"The Stepford Wives Wear Prada" could have been a more suitable title for this awkward adaptation of novel of Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus “The Nanny Diaries ”.
The film, disconcertingly unsexy Scarlett Johansson, writes the lives of the wives of the 5th Avenue of New York City via Annie Braddock (Johansson). The recent graduate of university dares in large Apple of his humble house of New Jersey in the hopes to put his degree of businesses at correct use.
After an interview botched with Goldman Sachs, Annie decides it must discover which it is and, in the process, stumbles on a 4 year old boy, grayer (art of Nicholas). His/her mother, Mrs. X (Laura Linney), precisely proves to need good children and immediately the surprised attacks the researcher of heart, which cannot deny the significant wages, and the attraction of the large city.
Annie is soon to study the lives of the higher rich families on side east, just like of the objects exposed to the museum of the natural history. Although it complains about the sumptuous lack and life style about X about time about family, Annie cannot help but fall for grayer troublemaking, all in also beginning a novel with “Harvard Hottie” (Chris Evans), a neighbor of the family of X.
Although Scarlett Johansson has a talent to nail the majority of the roles, good children annoyed however recreation-affectionate does not work completely for it. Mandy Moore-like in love one or even Prada carrying the victim with the devil itself, Anne Hathaway, would have worked better. Linney, on the one hand, knew exactly what it did. Its request, being in complicity in the manners move towards a sharp and cruel gangster.
While the reports of budding between grayest Annie and is sometimes comforting, the interactions between Mrs. X and her employee frustrate. It is difficult to believe that the Johansson usually feisty would not beat reprocesses some after being trampled above. In these scenes, it becomes clear she was hopelessly badly allotted.