The Devil Wears Prada

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Director
David Frankel
Runtime
1 h 49 min
Release Date
30 June 2006
Genres
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Overview
The Devil Wears Prada is about a young journalist who moves to New York to work in the fashion industry. Her boss however is extremely demanding and cruel and won’t let her succeed if she doesn’t fit into the high class elegant look of their magazine when all she really wants to be a good journalist.
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Hugh Hewitt1
Salem Radio Network



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  • "She does not put a finger in the wind to judge trends: she is the wind."
    (”The Devil Wears Prada” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Imperiousness in the world of fashion is a grand thing, but not in the world of national security reporting. The New York Times’ David Carr writes about Vogue’s Anna Wintour this morning, and Ms. Wintour’s relationship to The Devil Wears Prada’s Miranda Priestly: And her imperiousness, the precise thing that is parodied throughout the film, means that the movie is just one more spitball against a battleship. Most mortals would have responded to a wide-screen depiction of their excesses by dressing in sackcloth and hiding in the basement. Ms. Wintour donned Prada, natch, and went to a New York premiere. IN that way, “The Devil Wears Prada” has become just one more lesson in Ms. Wintour’s indomitability. A dead raccoon, a gift from antifur activists, dropped on her plate at the Four Seasons, is calmly tented with a napkin by Ms. Wintour before she orders coffee. A flung tofu pie is remarked upon for its benefits as a facial. And when she’s satirized on the big screen, she makes sure she’s in on the joke. Bill Keller seems mystified that the public would judge his decision’s about the national security with less deference than those Ms. Wintour offers the world of style.  His repeated forays into public to defend the decision to publish information that “conceivably” could help terrorists elude capture (to use the Los Angeles Times’  Doyle McManus’ term) have not been treated with deference, but derision.  Keller’s “judgment” is increasingly revealed as pique.  The hauteur that serves Wintour/Priestly doesn’t work at all for editors, esepcially editors in way over their head. A building has exploded and collapsed on the upper east side of Manhatten  –62nd and Park– this morning, and the story is not just how many have been killed or injured, but also whether there is a terrorism connection.  Lst week’s story on the plot to bomb the transportation system in the city, and this summers terror ring busts in Miami and Canada all underscore for the public that the threat is not theoretical. Deference in the world of fashion can be earned and defended.  I suspect it can even survive a few mistakes. But newspaper types never earned deference in the world of national secuirty to begin with, and any hope of Mr. Keller doing so is long gone, and won’t be back.  ]]>
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Kelly Jane Torrance3
The Weekly Standard



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  • MOVIES: 'Confessions of a Shopaholic'
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    "Confessions of a Shopaholic" could have been the perfect movie for these economically troubled times. Sadly, "Shopaholic" isn't even a very good piece of fluff. Published February 13, 2009

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  • Nora Ephron brings Julia Child to life
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    Nora Ephron has had three Oscar nominations for best original screenplay. Yet she still has trouble getting movies made — even one about the most famous chef in American history. Published August 7, 2009

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Soiled Reviews



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  • Confessions of a Shopaholic
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    It began as a simple question. "Did you want to screen Confessions of a Shopaholic ?" she said. All I can really recall my reaction being w...
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The Federalist



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  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Is Funny And Successful Because It’s Not Woke
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    ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ surpassed $25 million in ticket sales in the opening weekend across both the United States and Canada, beating Mark Wahlberg’s action thriller ‘Mile 22.’
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