Okay, this movie was made before I was born, but still, it’s worth viewing. Bedazzled (1967) is written by Peter Cook who also stars as the devil. He makes a British devil character so funny and so appealing. I’m using the very same conceit in my novel. Dudley Moore stars as a poor sap, Stanley Moon, who works at Wimpy’s (a greasy spoon in London) and is hopelessly in love with a waitress played by Eleanor Bron. Moon makes a deal with the devil that goes horribly wrong in so many hilarious ways that I don’t even want to tell you about them. I’ll only say that some of my favorite scenes involve a music video, ice lollies (posicles), and a nun on a trampoline. You’re going to thank me for this theologically sound, comically funny recommendation.