Rated 3.0 While director Harold Ramis’ remake of the Dudley Moore-Peter Cook classic about a man selling his soul to the devil has a few dull spots, there is plenty to laugh at in the performance of Brendan Fraser. Fraser plays a dorky guy who meets up with Satan (a fun Elizabeth Hurley) and gets seven wishes in exchange for damning his soul to eternal hellfire. The film gives Fraser a chance to shine in many different incarnations, including a Colombian drug lord, a professional basketball player and, best of all, a freckle-faced sensitive guy. If anything, the movie works as a showcase for Fraser’s under-appreciated comic talents.