The Devil Wears Prada
The Devil Wears Prada

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A smart but sensible new graduate lands a job as an assistant to Miranda Priestly, the demanding editor-in-chief of a high fashion magazine.... (Full plot summary below)

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A smart but sensible new graduate lands a job as an assistant to Miranda Priestly, the demanding editor-in-chief of a high fashion magazine.

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Movie Reviews - 10/10 by Susan Granger Sophisticated comedies are rarely Oscar contenders but this may be the funniest chick-flick you're likely to see all summer. - 10/10 by Tony Medley Streep and Tucci are wonderful (but) best of all is Emily Blunt, who plays the bitchy, ambition-obsessed Emily with a deft touch. - 10/10 by Willie Waffle Buying a ticket to this instead of Superman Returns this week is like ordering pizza on Thanksgiving, but Streep gives Miranda the kind of authority and steely stare that would make a Navy SEAL shake in his boots.
Arizona Republic - 9/10 by Bill Muller The Devil Wears Prada is a clear case of able actors elevating an ordinary script, a movie that's as entertaining to watch as it's easy to predict. - 9/10 by Eric D. Snider It still isn't very substantive and probably would have been even less so without Meryl Streep in the lead. Enjoy it for what it is, though: fresh and breezy, and comforting when you realize your boss isn't as bad as Miranda.
New York Theatre Wire - 9/10 by Brandon Judell Miranda is a distaff version of Donald Trump. There's the power, the arrogance, the success, plus the delicious-to-view unbridled narcissism of an unchecked megalomaniac. She's Hannibal Lector in Dolce & Gabbana.
Murphy's Movie Reviews - 9/10 by Ted Murphy If you have ever held an office job, you probably have encountered the "boss from hell" and Streep manages to make the character both amusing, scary and touching (sometimes simultaneously). She alone makes the film worth seeing.
Film Journal International - 9/10 by Maria Garcia An insipid script by Laws of Attraction co-writer Aline Brosh McKenna packs a few droll one-liners, but mostly the film only aspires to its chick-lit roots.
Nick's Flick Picks - 9/10 by Nick Davis An ideal movie for DVD: you can pick and choose moments and lines to revisit while ignoring, or trying to ignore, the thematic compromises, hectoring impulses, and structural handicaps that start to engulf the film.
Toronto Star - 9/10 by Peter Howell The Devil Wears Prada is an awards season attraction that somehow escaped into the temperate months of the super and the silly, all the more reason to applaud its audacity.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 9/10 by Jack Garner Streep owns every minute she's on screen in The Devil Wears Prada. - 9/10 by Sara Michelle Fetters The Devil may indeed wear Prada, but in the case of this movie the only thing this melodious masterwork needs to be covered in is box office gold.

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