History YMMV / TheDevilWearsPrada

13th Feb '18 6:30:19 AM QueenofSwords
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Andy has a terrible job that she ends up being determined to make the best of, and she happily shares the designer swag she gets with her friends. Said friends then toss her phone around and criticizing her for "changing" when all she essentially did was put on nicer clothes.
30th Aug '17 6:12:04 AM caringguy
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* TheWoobie: Emily isn't the nicest person, but she certainly doesn't deserve the screw job she gets from the universe.
30th Aug '17 6:11:49 AM caringguy
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31st May '17 8:04:15 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Despite Anne Hathaway being the lead, most of the praise for the film went to Emily Blunt for her funny portrayal of Emily.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Despite Anne Hathaway Creator/AnneHathaway being the lead, most of the praise for the film went to Emily Blunt for her funny portrayal of Emily.
31st May '17 8:03:51 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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27th Mar '17 8:02:41 AM QueenofSwords
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* TheScrappy: Nate, both for his immaturity surrounding Andy's job and the fact that he's a ''massive'' {{Hypocrite}} about it.



* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Andy's friends are rather nasty, many thinking their attitude of throwing Andy's phone around while her boss is calling is way out of line. Lily blames Andy for Christian kissing her, not allowing Andy a chance to explain the situation. And Nate complains about Andy working so late as if she has some kind of control over it.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Andy's friends are rather nasty, many thinking their attitude of throwing Andy's phone around while her boss is calling is way out of line. Lily blames Andy for Christian kissing her, not allowing Andy a chance to explain the situation. And
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Nate complains ''especially'' gets this, complaining about Andy working so late as if (despite it being the responsible thing for her to do) and whining about her missing his birthday (because she has some kind of had to help cover for a sick coworker, something she had no control over it.over).
18th Dec '16 1:33:51 PM Jayalaw
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: Andy has extended AnxietyDreams about her tenure as a Runway assistant, that are PlayedForLaughs. One involves Alex taking Miranda's side against Andy. [[spoiler:In the sequel, Andy's new husband Max goes behind her back to sell ''The Plunge'' to Miranda, essentially taking Miranda's side.]]


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* TearJerker: No matter what you think of [[spoiler:Max]], or what he did, it is utterly heartbreaking when [[spoiler:he realizes that he messed up by going behind Andy's back to sell ''The Plunge'' to Miranda. When he arrives at home with flowers and an apology dessert, she immediately demands a divorce, won't talk to him, and kicks him out. Max doesn't even put up a fight.]]
31st Jul '16 12:56:29 PM fearlessnikki
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* DesignatedVillain: The movie tries to frame Christian as being a dick for [[spoiler: knowing about the plan to replace Miranda]] and the whole thing as a MoralEventHorizon for the character. Andy's "I'm not your baby" is intended as a ShutUpHannibal moment, which some feel is a bit overblown. The only genuinely dickish thing he does is kiss Andy while he knows she has a boyfriend, which ironically the movie blames ''Andy'' for.



* RetroactiveRecognition: One of Miranda's employees Jocelyn is played by Creator/RebeccaMader, who would later become known for starring on ''{{Series/Fringe}}'', {{Series/Lost}}'' and ''Series/OnceUponATime''.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: One of Miranda's employees Jocelyn is played by Creator/RebeccaMader, who would later become known for starring on ''{{Series/Fringe}}'', {{Series/Lost}}'' ''{{Series/Lost}}'' and ''Series/OnceUponATime''.


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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Andy's friends are rather nasty, many thinking their attitude of throwing Andy's phone around while her boss is calling is way out of line. Lily blames Andy for Christian kissing her, not allowing Andy a chance to explain the situation. And Nate complains about Andy working so late as if she has some kind of control over it.
2nd Jul '16 8:23:56 PM Anddrix
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* PragmaticAdaptation: A lot of critics praised the film and claimed it improved on the book - most notably making Miranda more sympathetic
2nd Jul '16 8:13:38 PM Jayalaw
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!!YMMV on the book.
* TheScrappy: Lily in the books. Although she and Andy have been best friends since they were children, Lily rapidly starts to lose control of her life, her academics and her drinking problem. As one troper has pointed out, Andy isn't Lily's mother even if she insists on being her best friend and as her emergency contact. [[spoiler:If not for Lily drunk driving and ending up in a coma, Andy wouldn't have been put in an impossible situation where her family and Alex expected her to come home from Paris to check on Lily at the risk of getting fired.]]
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