“If the original novel — as popular as it was — has a thin plot, mediocre writing and a trite ending, how do you make it work as major motion picture?In this case, the answer appears to be: Hire Meryl Streep.” Read the review.
The film has remained a favorite. Want proof? Just scroll through regular cable listings on any given Saturday, and there is a good chance it will be playing — thanks in large part to Streep’s version of Miranda Priestly, and unsung hero Emily Blunt as her assistant, Emily.
In honor of the release of “Revenge,” we’d like to take a moment to reflect on the film that taught us that Kmart chooses their colored sweaters based on Wintour’s eye-rolling, and that a cube of cheese can help right before you feel like you’re going to pass out.
Here’s a look at some of the other lessons we’ve learned from “The Devil Wears Prada,” in gif form:
Sunglasses are more than an accessory, they can be used for dramatic effect.
Stomach flues are a great way to shed extra pounds.
When feeling overwhelmed, try positive affirmations.
Coffee is an office requirement and should be served at a temperature equivalent to the sun.
Moving slow is an intolerable offense.
And being sick is not an option.
Read the review of “Revenge Wears Prada.”