The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
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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To all those who have watched it: I hope you enjoyed it as much as I do.
Fanciful, disturbing, and wildly original, it announces the arrival of a fresh, bold voice in American cinema.
What begins as a feel-good-human-interest story turns into a mystery, then a tragedy, and ultimately an outrage.
This movie doesn't really have much in the way of comedy, but I found the story very entertaining. This is a well-made movie with fun characters. While its very clearly not for everyone based on its overall score, I would still recommend it.
A well written, And Incredibly well acted film. We've all had Bosses like Miranda. So it's easy to relate to the story. From start to finish, you will be drawn in.
Really enjoyed the movie because it shows a women that change her style for better, is earning good money, is becoming famous and so. What's the problem? Her friends are jealous and don't support her. Her boyfriend is selfish and he can move to another to city to get a better job but she can't travel to Paris... for God sake. Miranda is great, showing everybody that life is not a fairy tail, no matter where you are or what job you have. Shows that we really need to make sacrifices to get where we want. Everything was perfect, but the end. I really thought Andy would grow up and face the world as it is, but unfortunately she decided to take the easy path. Sad.
I watched this movie numerous times, not because it made me laugh, but because I really began to like Andy Sachs.It is the story of a woman (Andy Sachs played by Anne Hathaway) who accepts the challenge of working for a particularly difficult supervisor (Amanda Priestly played by Meryl Streep) in a field she (Andy) knows and cares little about. As you watch Andy, you begin to see a phenomenal super-achiever perform one impossible task after another.At the same time, as she continues to accomplish these impossibilities, we watch as she begins to lose her morality, and her identity and becomes someone that none of her friends recognize. After it is obvious to everyone around her, it finally becomes clear to her, that she was losing herself, in one culminating scene It is a great story of the super achiever and it has a nice ending as well.As far as comedy is concerned, as with many comedies today, this is simply not funny. The outtakes (or gag reel) are funnier than the movie itself. So for a laugh you might want to watch those.