Bedazzled

There are times when a man wants to be someone else because he feels that he is not worthy of the girl of his dreams. Meet Elliot (Brendan Fraiser) who is so head over heels in love with a co-worker that he makes a deal with the devil (Elizabeth Hurley) to give him chances at living the lifestyles of other rich, famous, and powerful men in order to draw the attention of his beloved. Elliot soon learns that words can have literal meanings and that you should always be careful what you wish for, especially if its the devil granting them.

Continuity mistake: Elliot is hanging from the trifork in hell, his shirt is smoking and is close to catching on fire. The angle changes and there is no smoke then changes back and there is smoke.

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Elliot Richards: But it's my soul! I can't give you my soul.
The Devil: What are you, James Brown?

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Trivia: Not a mistake but something clever. When the Devil was a schoolteacher, the first equation on the board was Fermat's Last Theorem (X to the Nth + Y to the Nth = Z to the Nth for N is greater than 2). It was proven in 1995 that there is no integer solution to this equation; exactly the kind of problem the Devil would give to an Algebra class, but not really expected in your standard Hollywood film...

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Question: In the scene where Elliot signs the contract, there is a magnificent red fountain pen on top of the papers. Does anybody know what the pen is, or if it is even a real commercial pen?

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