The Devil Wears Prada Reviews

  • May 05, 2021

    The cast elevate this film up a lot. Everything else to do with 'The Devil Wears Prada' is all perfectly fine don't get me wrong, but I most certainly wouldn't have enjoyed it as much without the cast. Meryl Streep does an excellent job portraying Miranda, while Anne Hathaway matches her as Andrea. Emily Blunt (Emily) is also enjoyable, as is Stanley Tucci (Nigel). I never, personally, held too much interest in the plot, it does get a little bit repetitive in parts. With that said, thanks to Streep & Co., it's still a film that's definitely worth watching.

    The cast elevate this film up a lot. Everything else to do with 'The Devil Wears Prada' is all perfectly fine don't get me wrong, but I most certainly wouldn't have enjoyed it as much without the cast. Meryl Streep does an excellent job portraying Miranda, while Anne Hathaway matches her as Andrea. Emily Blunt (Emily) is also enjoyable, as is Stanley Tucci (Nigel). I never, personally, held too much interest in the plot, it does get a little bit repetitive in parts. With that said, thanks to Streep & Co., it's still a film that's definitely worth watching.

  • Apr 10, 2021

    One of the best movies ever. Acting is awesome by entire cast. A must see.

    One of the best movies ever. Acting is awesome by entire cast. A must see.

  • Mar 11, 2021

    The devil wears Prada Fun, frivolous, extraordinary. David Frankel's film has all it takes to become a true cult of American comedy. Starting with the performers, among which an amazing Meryl Streep emerges, who proving once again her greatness, engages in the extremely elegant role of the editor of a New York magazine, an authentic dictator and fashion guru. But let's go in order ... In an increasingly hectic New York, Andy (Anne Hathaway, "Pretty Princess", "The Secrets of Bokeback Mountain"), a young woman just out of university dreams of a career as a journalist but the only possibility that presents herself is a job as an assistant in a fashion magazine: Runway. Andy is the typical busy girl not frivolous and certainly not interested in the superficial world of fashion, and it shows! At the head of Runway, the most exclusive magazine in the world that decides what is trendy and what is not, Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), the most powerful woman in the fashion world with an enormous sense of aesthetics and perfection, and above all precise and it lasts with its collaborators, who lose their jobs at the slightest mistake.The film is almost a reinterpretation of the tale of Cinderella, where the protagonist more than a charming prince finds a never possessed elegance and a greater self-awareness. Anne, in fact, is like a fish out of water in the editorial staff of RunWay: badly dressed and sloppy, she is not exactly up to her colleagues and even less than her boss, nicknamed the woman-dragon. But Anne, in addition to a respectable curriculum, is endowed with a determination that somehow attracts Miranda. The transformation of Anne from a beggar into a very elegant Cinderella is thanks to Miranda's closest collaborator and friend, Nigel played by a hilarious and divine Stanley Tucci at ease between Chanel and Dior. The undisputed star of the film, however, is fashion. Between Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway, in fact, it seems to attend an endless fashion show, a long catwalk in which we appreciate hats, shoes, bags, jackets and so on and so forth ... and all rigorously produced by some famous fashion house, Chanel, Donna Karam, Galliano, Prada and Valentino, who for the first time also appears in the credits as an actor, in the role of himself.But the film is even deeper than it looks, exactly as Andy discovers. The director wanted to send two messages with "The Devil wears Prada" based on Lauren Weisberger's best-seller of the same name. The first lesson Andy learns is that the fashion industry, which she looks at with intellectual conceit, is less superficial than she imagines, behind what we see in shop windows or magazine covers, there is the work of thousands. of people done hard and with passion. The other thing that Hathaway's character learns is about ambition and career, and what price are you willing to pay in order to achieve success: is sacrificing values ​​and friends worth achieving a professional goal? In conclusion, although the story may seem banal, it was expertly tailored for the Cinema by the director who created a work that is pleasant to see, and to quote Miranda Priestly: "that's all". The sentence: "Millions of girls would slaughter themselves for that job".

    The devil wears Prada Fun, frivolous, extraordinary. David Frankel's film has all it takes to become a true cult of American comedy. Starting with the performers, among which an amazing Meryl Streep emerges, who proving once again her greatness, engages in the extremely elegant role of the editor of a New York magazine, an authentic dictator and fashion guru. But let's go in order ... In an increasingly hectic New York, Andy (Anne Hathaway, "Pretty Princess", "The Secrets of Bokeback Mountain"), a young woman just out of university dreams of a career as a journalist but the only possibility that presents herself is a job as an assistant in a fashion magazine: Runway. Andy is the typical busy girl not frivolous and certainly not interested in the superficial world of fashion, and it shows! At the head of Runway, the most exclusive magazine in the world that decides what is trendy and what is not, Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), the most powerful woman in the fashion world with an enormous sense of aesthetics and perfection, and above all precise and it lasts with its collaborators, who lose their jobs at the slightest mistake.The film is almost a reinterpretation of the tale of Cinderella, where the protagonist more than a charming prince finds a never possessed elegance and a greater self-awareness. Anne, in fact, is like a fish out of water in the editorial staff of RunWay: badly dressed and sloppy, she is not exactly up to her colleagues and even less than her boss, nicknamed the woman-dragon. But Anne, in addition to a respectable curriculum, is endowed with a determination that somehow attracts Miranda. The transformation of Anne from a beggar into a very elegant Cinderella is thanks to Miranda's closest collaborator and friend, Nigel played by a hilarious and divine Stanley Tucci at ease between Chanel and Dior. The undisputed star of the film, however, is fashion. Between Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway, in fact, it seems to attend an endless fashion show, a long catwalk in which we appreciate hats, shoes, bags, jackets and so on and so forth ... and all rigorously produced by some famous fashion house, Chanel, Donna Karam, Galliano, Prada and Valentino, who for the first time also appears in the credits as an actor, in the role of himself.But the film is even deeper than it looks, exactly as Andy discovers. The director wanted to send two messages with "The Devil wears Prada" based on Lauren Weisberger's best-seller of the same name. The first lesson Andy learns is that the fashion industry, which she looks at with intellectual conceit, is less superficial than she imagines, behind what we see in shop windows or magazine covers, there is the work of thousands. of people done hard and with passion. The other thing that Hathaway's character learns is about ambition and career, and what price are you willing to pay in order to achieve success: is sacrificing values ​​and friends worth achieving a professional goal? In conclusion, although the story may seem banal, it was expertly tailored for the Cinema by the director who created a work that is pleasant to see, and to quote Miranda Priestly: "that's all". The sentence: "Millions of girls would slaughter themselves for that job".

  • Mar 01, 2021

    Oh wow. Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway did a really good job in this movie. I highly suggest that you should watch it.

    Oh wow. Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway did a really good job in this movie. I highly suggest that you should watch it.

  • Feb 15, 2021

    A hella gay classic, similar to the likes of Mean Girls.

    A hella gay classic, similar to the likes of Mean Girls.

  • Jan 14, 2021

    I can't stop watching this movie... I just love it

    I can't stop watching this movie... I just love it

  • Jan 09, 2021

    Growing up, I saw posters for this in movie rental places and thought Meryl Streep was supposed to be the actual devil in this film, like Al Pacino in The Devil's Advocate, and that this was somehow a horror flick. Anyway, The Devil Wears Prada is a surprisingly good-natured (sometimes to it's own detriment) and simple film that bounces back from its somewhat empty premise by one thing: Meryl Streep. As Miranda Priestly, she dominates the screen with her dry sarcasm and endearing callousness, making every scene without her feel distinctly lacking. One of those films that everyone just seems to have seen at one point or another but doesn't make the critics' lists that make it a long-term favorite. (3.5/5)

    Growing up, I saw posters for this in movie rental places and thought Meryl Streep was supposed to be the actual devil in this film, like Al Pacino in The Devil's Advocate, and that this was somehow a horror flick. Anyway, The Devil Wears Prada is a surprisingly good-natured (sometimes to it's own detriment) and simple film that bounces back from its somewhat empty premise by one thing: Meryl Streep. As Miranda Priestly, she dominates the screen with her dry sarcasm and endearing callousness, making every scene without her feel distinctly lacking. One of those films that everyone just seems to have seen at one point or another but doesn't make the critics' lists that make it a long-term favorite. (3.5/5)

  • Jan 06, 2021

    The Devil Wears Zara

    The Devil Wears Zara

  • Dec 24, 2020

    película muy meh, y es que sin Meryl Streep esta película no podría siquiera pararse, tiene a personajes sumamente molestos y tontos, y no destaca en estilos pareciendo como si todo fuera un comercial de perfumes, un guion relativamente pasable, pero a decir verdad es eso, además tiene un final mas bien tonto o lamentable no esperaba mucho e igualmente resulto ser decepcionante

    película muy meh, y es que sin Meryl Streep esta película no podría siquiera pararse, tiene a personajes sumamente molestos y tontos, y no destaca en estilos pareciendo como si todo fuera un comercial de perfumes, un guion relativamente pasable, pero a decir verdad es eso, además tiene un final mas bien tonto o lamentable no esperaba mucho e igualmente resulto ser decepcionante

  • Dec 11, 2020

    The devil Wears Prada is simply extraordinary, the performances of Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt are simply fantastic, flawless script, a sophisticated and fun film.

    The devil Wears Prada is simply extraordinary, the performances of Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt are simply fantastic, flawless script, a sophisticated and fun film.