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Eat Pray Love
Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a modern woman on a quest to marvel at and travel the world while rediscovering and reconnecting with her true inner self in Eat Pray Love. At a crossroads after a...  View more >

Starring Julia Roberts, James Franco, Billy Crudup...  View more >

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Aug 18, 2010
Julie Roberts is all over herself in "Eat, Prey, Love." This ois a movie inwhich Roberts does pleny, while we walk away from the mopvie empty. The movie is based on the 2006 book by Elizabeth Gilbert which is the story of nthe author going to Italy, India and Bali to get away from a bad marriage and bad relationship. She might forget, but it's the audience that are rfeminded of the bad marriage. She went to those three places to redeemed herself. But we see scenes inwhich she eats some in one scene and prey in another. That's not the change we believe in. Her and her ego didn't help the movie at all. The book didn't traslate to the movie at all. The film becomes one bad soap opera cross withg a lukewarm docutmentary. There's very little that I like. I tried to look up an actress who was Julia Robert's best friend in Italy, but I can't find her name. I wish I knew. She gave a appealing performance. I wish I knew. This past weekend the people are flocking to the new Julia Roberts movie, while ignoring the much better "Scott Prigrim vs. the World." It's sad that terrible movie would succed over a better movie.
Sep 11, 2010
Movie is long, and with the exception of a couple attention holding parts is rather bland. People who have read the book stated they were much better. I went because a friend really wanted to see it, go with your gut and wait for the rental!

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