Rated 2.0 This is an amusing but generally flimsy remake of a 1967 comedy that featured Dudley Moore and Peter Cooke. In both versions, a besmitten but not particularly winning young man makes a deal with the Devil in hopes of attracting the girl of his seemingly hopeless dreams. Having the Devil (Elizabeth Hurley) be a woman is the single aspect of the remake (directed by Harold Ramis) that might be viewed as “fresh.” But Brendan Fraser’s role is strung upon nutty skits and set-pieces rather than a coherent characterization, and that, along with Hurley’s charmingly tartish performance, only heightens the sense that the filmmakers love the Devil even if their protagonist doesn’t.