Your review was quick and painless unlike the film itself. My wife (fiancee at the time) and her gf DRAGGED me to see this film in the theaters. I succumbed because Anne Hathaway was in it and I was disappointed there was no Devil. Damn it! But Simon Baker's jungle eyebrows freaked the hell out of me. You know what I mean? He looked like a blonde Ronald McDonald.btw - this is a chip I pull out every time I make her see something she doesn't like in the theater.
I hear you both...I thought the book was tedious and the movie made me want to throw myself into a fountian (in Paris of course), or under a bus in NY - anything to stop the ridculous story.....she has a bad boss...so do a lot of people - WTF? is so interesting her? I will go offend someone else now :DCheers!
Haha. Only one question: WHY?
...and sometimes the Devil just skips the Prada and puts on a pair of sweat-pants and a t-shirt and just lays around the house all day, eating ice cream and fartin' around on the internet.
I was surprised at how not evil the Prada Devil was, in all reality she didnt make the chick do anything most bosses wouldnt. I tuned in and out as I played with the kid and fed her and stuff.. My first mistake was jokingly telling the wife Id watch it with her because I wanted to spend time with her. Only the latter was true, but it got me roped in.
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