It seems that critics hated this movie, and it didn't do well at the box office, but it is still a fun, quirky comedy. Not Matthew Perry or Elizabeth Hurley's best work (the script is workable, but not stellar), but still decent and entertaining enough to watch should you give it the suspension of disbelief required for a comedy. I find it more entertaining than Bedazzled for sure. And better than the majority of the choice on Netflix.
I wish they had sold the soundtrack. The song "Someone Else's Mess" played over the closing credits is great, and it isn't available anywhere.