The Devil Wears Prada

prada The Devil Wears PradaFILM
20th Century Fox
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If you have ever worked in the entertainment industry, you know there are a lot of crazies out there running the show. I must say that I was not among the twentysomethings who raced through the pages of the novel while sitting poolside in the Hamptons. The story of a young New York transplant looking to make it in the big city is not all that new. What makes this movie so much fun are the wonderful characters that fill the story, marvelously inhabited by a fine slew of actors including Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway and Stanley Tucci. They each ride that delicate line between caricature and reality, and they all come out on top. Director, David Frankel has paced it all perfectly, so that we in the audience are always entertained and amused by every shade of crazy the fashion world has to offer. This is like the lemonade of summer movies – tart and refreshing.

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Author: JP

JP SARNI is a producer and writer who holds a BFA in Media and Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design. Producer credits include: "Heartland" (short / set to premiere at the 2007 San Francisco International Gay & Lesbian Fim Festival), "The Launch" (short), readings of the rock opera "Utah's Crying" under his Métropole Ink production entity, plus "Play Ball! A Trilogy of Baseball Films" (associate producer) and "Flashback" (producer / showcase production) for Weird Sisters. For two years, he worked as a producer and on-air reporter for SIRIUS Satellite Radio (on programs including "The Judith Regan Show"). He has just finished line producing the feature-length documentary, The Pennhurst Project, for Radioaktivefilm NYC (The Ground Truth), and will next be line producing Charles Forbes' Minor Gods for the Summer Play Festival at Theatre Row. Additionally, he has worked for legendary publicist Bobby Zarem, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, and numerous film production credits, including: Alfie, WTC View, and the upcoming P.S., I Love You.

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  1. Good call JP. I thought this one was very cute, nice summer fare. I think Anne Hathaway has made the short list. She gave a great, although overlooked, performance in “Brokeback Mountain” and is very smart and earnest in this one. Finally a starlet with a college degree who isn’t coked up at Vine Street clubs every night with her Greek boyfriend and her boobs falling out! The website looks great – another success for the Sarni boys! Keep up the good work!

  2. Yes. Although it’s not really Anne’s film. Any movie with Meryl Streep is a Meryl Streep film. Cept maybe “Heartburn.”

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