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* AllWomenAreLustful: Lisa the protagonist fits the trope in that her first appearance is her eagerly having sex with her boyfriend Sam in every room of their new apartment and their relationship becomes distant when a terrible accident leaves Sam unable to have sex. Eventually Lisa is seduced by her and Sam's lawyer Steven, the Djinn in disguise, who she eagerly has sex with and notes she missed doing that with Sam.
* BedTrick: The Djinn does this with Lisa from start to finish, masquerading as her cheating lover Steven after killing him and taking on his form. She doesn't find out his true identity until the end and is appropriately horrified.


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* YourCheatingHeart: A plot point of the film is the female lead Lisa cheating on her boyfriend Sam with their lawyer, who is actually a Djinn.


* DeathBySex: Done when one of the characters wishes for "killer sex". Two women materialize and give him the wildest romp of his life... before literally eating him.

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* DeathBySex: Done when one of the characters wishes for "killer sex". Two women materialize and give him the wildest romp of his life... before literally eating him.


* HotterAndSexier: There's lot of nudity. ''[[UpToEleven A lot]]''.

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* HotterAndSexier: There's lot of nudity. ''[[UpToEleven A lot]]''. In fact, the very opening of the movie is Lisa and Sam having sex in whatever rooms they feel like it.


* DeathBySex: Done when one of the characters wishes for "killer sex".

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* DeathBySex: Done when one of the characters wishes for "killer sex". Two women materialize and give him the wildest romp of his life... before literally eating him.

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* InconvenientAttraction: The Djinn finds his hands tied when the woman who freed him wishes "I wish I could love you for who you really are" while he's in disguise. Despite being a demon with little understanding of real love, he finds himself actually falling for her in his efforts to woo her.


* CargoEnvy: A variant when a bartender says within earshot of the series' JackassGenie (who's disguised as a human), in reference to a hot stripper working in the place, "I'd sell my soul to be a pimple on her ass". The Djinn is more than happy to grant his wish.

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* CargoEnvy: A variant when a bartender says within earshot of the series' JackassGenie (who's disguised as a human), JackassGenie, in reference to a hot stripper working in the place, "I'd sell my soul to be a pimple on her ass". The Djinn is more than happy to grant his wish.


* CargoEnvy: A variant when a bartender says within earshot of the series' JackassGenie (who's disguised as a human) "I'd sell my soul to be a pimple on her ass" in reference to a hot stripper working in the place. The Djinn is more than happy to grant his wish.

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* CargoEnvy: A variant when a bartender says within earshot of the series' JackassGenie (who's disguised as a human) human), in reference to a hot stripper working in the place, "I'd sell my soul to be a pimple on her ass" in reference to a hot stripper working in the place.ass". The Djinn is more than happy to grant his wish.


* PsychicAssistedSuicide: The Djinn is commanded to settle a legal case as part of a wish. He calls over to the troublesome attorney, and not only takes over his body to make him sign the agreement that he materializes in front of him, but directs him to pull out his own tongue, cut off his nose, slice up his cheek, and put a bullet in his brain.

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* PsychicAssistedSuicide: The Djinn is commanded to settle a legal case as part of a wish. He calls over to the troublesome attorney, and not only takes over uses PeoplePuppets on his body to make him sign the agreement that he materializes in front of him, but directs him to pull out his own tongue, cut off his nose, slice up his cheek, and put a bullet in his brain.


The Djinn is once again released, this time when a lawyer buys the jewel from an antique store as a gift. He kills him to assume his form, but his quest becomes complicated when the summoner asks for a wish only she can grant.

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The A Djinn is once again released, this time when a lawyer buys the a jewel from an antique store as a gift. He kills him to assume his form, but his quest becomes complicated when the summoner asks for a wish only she can grant.



* DisabledLoveInterest: Lisa's boyfriend, Sam is confined to a wheelchair thanks to an accident. Sadly, their relationship is going through a rough patch because of it.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The thing that keeps the Djinn from doing anything for a good chunk of the film: Lisa wishes to be able to 'love him as he truly is'. While he's aware who he ''really'' is (namely a demon trying to bring about HellOnEarth) will stop any chance of that happening but the wish not being one he's technically ''unable'' to grant, he ''tries'' to understand love to grant it. He fails pretty badly and ultimately resorts to a LotusEaterMachine and offers of WeCanRuleTogether.
** Noteworthy that he is still trying to make her happy, as true love would require. There's a tragic implication here: if the Djinn has genuinely come to love her as a human would, he would also know that the world being overrun with demons would not make her happy (indeed, he's offering her several ways to not live in that world, or gain a benefit from it). He would be forced to remain a villain accordingly, so as to keep the third wish from being granted; in short, it is possible he did genuinely love her, but due to the wish, he would have to guide her towards killing him so she could be happy.

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* DisabledLoveInterest: Lisa's boyfriend, Sam Sam, is confined to a wheelchair thanks to an accident. Sadly, their relationship is going through a rough patch because of it.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The thing that keeps the Djinn from doing anything for a good chunk of the film: Lisa wishes to be able to 'love him as he truly is'. While he's aware who he ''really'' is (namely a demon trying to bring about HellOnEarth) will stop any chance of that happening but the wish not being one he's technically ''unable'' to grant, he ''tries'' to understand love to grant it. He fails pretty badly and ultimately resorts to a LotusEaterMachine and offers of WeCanRuleTogether.
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WeCanRuleTogether. Noteworthy that he is still trying to make her happy, as true love would require. There's a tragic implication here: if the Djinn has genuinely come to love her as a human would, he would also know that the world being overrun with demons would not make her happy (indeed, he's offering her several ways to not live in that world, or gain a benefit from it). He would be forced to remain a villain accordingly, so as to keep the third wish from being granted; in short, it is possible he did genuinely love her, but due to the wish, he would have to guide her towards killing him so she could be happy.



* HotterAndSexier: ''Beyond the Gates of Hell'' and ''The Prophecy Fulfilled'' feature a lot of nudity. ''[[UpToEleven A lot]]''.

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* HotterAndSexier: ''Beyond the Gates of Hell'' and ''The Prophecy Fulfilled'' feature a There's lot of nudity. ''[[UpToEleven A lot]]''.


** Noteworthy that he is still trying to make her happy, as true love would require. There's a tragic implication here: if the Djinn has genuinely come to love her as a human would, he would also know that the world being overrun with demons would not make her happy. He would be forced to remain a villain accordingly, so as to keep the third wish from being granted.

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** Noteworthy that he is still trying to make her happy, as true love would require. There's a tragic implication here: if the Djinn has genuinely come to love her as a human would, he would also know that the world being overrun with demons would not make her happy. happy (indeed, he's offering her several ways to not live in that world, or gain a benefit from it). He would be forced to remain a villain accordingly, so as to keep the third wish from being granted. granted; in short, it is possible he did genuinely love her, but due to the wish, he would have to guide her towards killing him so she could be happy.

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** Noteworthy that he is still trying to make her happy, as true love would require. There's a tragic implication here: if the Djinn has genuinely come to love her as a human would, he would also know that the world being overrun with demons would not make her happy. He would be forced to remain a villain accordingly, so as to keep the third wish from being granted.

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* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: In this entry, the Djinn is suddenly able to summon up a sword to battle with the angel sent to hunt him. [[RuleOfCool It's largely just done to justify adding a sword fight in]].


* GoodIsNotNice: The angel that pops up is willing to beat the Djinn by killing the summoner, and is also fine with offing anyone who gets in his way or even merely inconveniences him.

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* GoodIsNotNice: The angel that pops up is willing to beat the Djinn by killing the summoner, [[KnightTemplar and is also fine with offing anyone who gets in his way way]] [[DisproportionateRetribution or even merely inconveniences him.him]].

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* GoodIsNotNice: The angel that pops up is willing to beat the Djinn by killing the summoner, and is also fine with offing anyone who gets in his way or even merely inconveniences him.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: The thing that keeps the Djinn from doing anything for a good chunk of the film: Lisa wishes to be able to 'love him as he truly is'. While he's aware who he ''really'' is (namely a demon trying to bring about HellOnEarth) will stop any chance of that happening but the wish not being one he's technically ''unable'' to grant, he ''tries'' to understand love to grant it. He fails pretty badly and ultimately resorts to a LotusEaterMachine and offers of WeCanRuleTogether.

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