The Devil Wears Prada
The Devil Wears Prada
PG-13 | 29 June 2006 (USA)
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Andy moves to New York to work in the fashion industry. Her boss is extremely demanding, cruel and won't let her succeed if she doesn't fit into the high class elegant look of their magazine.

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CheerupSilver

Very Cool!!!

Casey Duggan

It’s sentimental, ridiculously long and only occasionally funny

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Kien Navarro

Exactly the movie you think it is, but not the movie you want it to be.

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Fatma Suarez

The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful

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bkoganbing

The Devil Wears Prada finds an eager young journalism major Anne Hathaway starting a new job at the fashion industry magazine Runway. She's got the writing credentials, but experience in the industry not a bit. Which is going to be tough because she will be working for Meryl Streep a queenpin of the fashion industry. She's a tough and exacting and demanding supervisor and can't seem to keep good help.Watching Streep as Miranda Priestley I was reminded about how law clerks worked that way for William O. Douglas on the Supreme Court. He went through them like tissue paper he was that demanding. A brilliant jurist not a very nice man.Anne Hathaway ever since she was a Disney princess seems always to be cast as sunny, upbeat characters and the casting suits her well. Streep really puts her through the ringer. But the girl had grit.Streep's a survivor, she's tough in a tough business. One wonders when she was up and coming herself what she might have gone through that make her the way she is.Hathaway's also got relationship problems with her boyfriend Adrian Greiner who is trying to make it in another tough business, cooking. Hathaway temporarily falls for the charming fashion designer Simon Baker on a quick trip to Paris with Streep.The Devil Wears Prada got two Oscar nominations, one of the many for Meryl Streep as Best Actress and one for costume design. As this is a film about the fashion industry that would almost seem a requirement. Fans of Meryl Streep will enjoy this one. You might try viewing this back to back with the Susan Hayward classic I Can Get It For You Wholesale. That film will give you an idea where Streep might have originated from.

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decembergrit-95984

Best Chick Flick ever. My all time favorite. I watch every time I see it on and I don't even know how many times I've seen it. I think the whole cast is wonderful in it. It's a 10 in my book. :)

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nickbaizel

Well I tried to enjoy and to find something funny in this movie but without any success. How to find something funny in young woman who starts a work for somebody who called herself "expert"(in fact far away from the truth). To give somebody power to use you as a slave to posion your life and for what? This movie can be much useful if want to make slavery mind-can be part of complex therapy to make slaves with washed minds. Really didn't see anything which could make me laughing.

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Tweekums

Andrea 'Andy' Sachs has recently graduated and hopes to become a serious journalist; when sent for an interview at 'Runway', a prestigious fashion magazine, she sees it as a possible gateway despite having no interest in fashion. Nobody there expects Miranda Priestly, the magazine's domineering editor in chief, to offer her a job but to everybody's amazement she is made her second personal assistant. She is completely out of her depth but gradually manages to impress. This with the help of Nigel, the art director, who provides her with the right clothes for the job and Christian Thompson, a writer, who helps her with an 'impossible' task. As Andy works all hours to impress Miranda her relationships with her boyfriend and friends suffer and ultimately she starts to become somebody she never thought she could be as she first takes a job that somebody else had been looking forward to all year then, while trying to be kind, accidentally costs somebody else the opportunity of a lifetime.I have to admit that on the face of it this isn't my type of film but sometimes it is good to watch something different and I certainly don't regret watching this. The story may be fairly conventional but it is fun to watch. There are one or two enjoyable twists but nothing too major. Anne Hathaway does a really fine job as Andy and Meryl Streep dominates every scene she is in just as her character Miranda dominates those around her. They are ably supported by Emily Blunt as Miranda's first assistant, Emily, Stanley Tucci as Nigel and Simon Baker as Christian. Overall I enjoyed this more than I expected despite not being interested in the world of fashion… I couldn't tell the difference between Prada and Primark but while watching I cared about the characters and enjoyed the story.

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