Stanley is infatuated with Margaret, the statuesque waitress who works with him. He meets George Spiggott AKA the devil and sells his soul for 7 wishes, which Stanley uses to try and make Margaret his own first as an intellectual, then as a rock star, then as a wealthy industrialist. As each fails, he becomes more aware of how empty his life had been and how much more he has to live for.

Stanley is a short order cook, infatuated with Margaret, the statuesque waitress who works at Wimpy Bar with him. Despondent, he prepares to end it all when he meets George Spiggott AKA the Devil. Selling his soul for 7 wishes, Stanley tries to make Margaret his own first as an intellectual, then as a rock star, then as a wealthy industrialist. As each fails, he becomes more aware of how empty his life had been and how much more he has to live for. He also meets the seven deadly sins who try and advise him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bedazzled torrent reviews

Heather M (br) wrote: Jamie Kennedy was hilarious in this movie. The love stories were great and the story was pretty solid. Definitely worth a watch.

Toby C (jp) wrote: A very underwhelming film with a poor script. The acting is decent but can't save the movie from the uninteresting plot.

Ricardo A (de) wrote: Children of Sorrow has it's moments but fails in delivering good characters and deep emotions.

Jonathan P (ca) wrote: A movie that offers entertainment and allows for hard questions to be asked. Susanne Bier is able to walk the fine line between entertainment and ethical pondering without sounding preachy, which is never easy to do. Dealing with two youth who are victims of continual bullying in their own lives as well as their parents In a Better World is a perfect movie for our times and the problems America is dealing with as far as school shootings and gun violence. While it doesn't justify the actions of the two children it does show their point of view and their descent into a violent mindset. Interweaving the boys violent behavior that the viewer sympathizes with and the violent sadistic behavior of an African warlord the question is begged is all violence senseless or is their a humanistic component behind the actions? In a Better World allows the audience to form their own onions but forces opinions to be formed, something a movie like this has to be able to do.

Dan H (ru) wrote: Blimey, this film is so well meaning. But really it is appallingly acted and has a script that isn't as wise as it thinks it is. We spent most of the time shouting at the screen and second guessing the dialogue. The picture is best described as a filmed camera rehearsal.

Selim A (ru) wrote: Ikinci filme sinemada gidip de bekledigimden basarili bulunca izlemeye karar verdim acikcasi. Gec seyretmis olmanin verdigi rahatlikla, ne vakti zamaninda begenmeyenlerin dedigi kadar rezil ne de begenenlerin dedigi kadar komik bulmadim. Hatta ikinci film cok ama cok daha komik bir film. Izlense de olur izlenmese de olur tadinda.

Ce G (gb) wrote: What a beautiful journey!! I've been wanting to watch this movie for so long and finally it is done. Better yet, I had the chance to hear and see the director explaining how each character is played by NORMAL people, and each story was written after finding all these people. You just have to watch it!

Michael G (ag) wrote: One of the 3 worst movies I've ever seen, along with AI (Artificial Intelligence), and Time Bandits.

Joseph D (fr) wrote: Now that's how to wrap up a franchise!

Martin T (es) wrote: A fine documentary piece about the blossoming graffiti culture in New York in the early 80's. It raises a lot of questions. Art or vandalism? Art or simply graphic design? Does hanging it in a gallery legitimize it, or does it get robbed of something vital to the artform? And the conflicts with the authorities, the public, and the devious villain Cap give the story some drama. The uptight-white-guy narration sounds dated (and hilarious) but otherwise a solid and thought-provoking work.

Bubba M (gb) wrote: A wonderful family movie.

Sa W (mx) wrote: i badly want to give this my first ever 5 star rating. and still may later on. but for now, to keep this short, watch this movie. absorb it. learn from it. and see exactly how movies should be made from the plot, to the exposition, to the twists, to the performances, to the dialogue, everything. just see this film. now!

Ryan G (es) wrote: Great score, great directing, and an amazing performance by Cagney.

Timm S (ca) wrote: Certainly Gets Some Credos For A Fanciful Retelling Of An Interesting, True Story, Which Doesn't Over-Glamorize It All Too Much. The Semi-Shabby Acting Brings It Down A Little Ways Tho..But It Is Interesting Enough All The Same. Goes All Bit 'Spring-Break' At Times & Tries Being A Diffierent Genre Of Film At Times, Confusing Things A Bit..But Nothing Too Off-Track.

Gergely K (fr) wrote: Kellemes szellemid (C)z (C)ses B mozi. Jobb szn (C)szekkel (C)s kvetkezetesebb trt (C)netvezet (C)ssel kiemelkedhetett volna a kz (C)pszers (C)gb'l.

Vish G (ru) wrote: Stanley Milgram bucked the social norms when he uncovered our inherent complicity to authority & obedience and called to question our moral compass. He wanted to know how evils including the Holocaust could get institutionalized to a commercial scale.The discomfort, then & now, in this self-reflection, manifests into disbelief, anger, denial etc.. but an amazing insight into ourselves nevertheless.