Eat Pray Love


Action / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 72626


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Julia Roberts as Liz Gilbert
James Franco as David Piccolo
Javier Bardem as Felipe
Viola Davis as Delia Shiraz
598.89 MB
PG-13 on a
23.976 fps
2hr 13 min
P/S 8 / 180

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Reviewed by ndaaunhi 10 / 10

At some moments of your life, this story will embrace you!

I've never written a review before because either my thoughts are same as some already reviews out there or i didn't think what i want to say would interest others because it's personal (wether positive/negative). But observing the controversy about this surely controversial film, i think i should give an opinion... I didn't read the book but i'm gonna right now! I will never get why some really good movies are so low rated and vice-versa, i guess we all agree depends on each single individual's point of view, opinion, experiences, thoughts etc. So i wouldn't say that you'll be convinced, just see it for yourself, no matter how you'll think of it later, it's still a worth a watch!

This movie is by far one of the most soulful and meaningful movies i've ever seen, if the movie is so, the book is going to be so super fantastic (always found books better than movies)!!!

I do respect other points of view, at some point earlier in life i wouldn't stand this movie i remembered one time seeing on it TV i watched for 15mins so boring so i just disreguardly switched channel. Now in a other phase of my life i could understand more and relate more let alone find a part of me in this woman and i think you might too. The same way as you'd read a book, hate it but long time later read it again, and feels like you rediscovering it and you change your mind. I'm telling you it might not the best movie in the world but one day you'll see something else, and that will be the real meaning of this movie. This movie makes you think, makes you have reflections. It's dramatic and peaceful at the same time, it's joyful and hurtful, it's fun and sad, you'll feel closed and far to the protagonist, this movie is not only a voyage of the world but a voyage within yourself. You'll question yourself, that's the whole point of it, makes you wonders about your own life. I never saw the point of watching a movie if nothing comes out of it but just pleasure. As they say, we never know what happens in someone's head: this woman is lost, is confused, is desperate, you can't see that but if you focus, you'll feel it. Sure she has everything to be happy but who said that having everything is the definition of happiness? In other words, how can you be happy when you have everything but your truth? Understand her and try to empathize as you would do in real life and you will reveal for yourself what this autobiography is really all about.

Reviewed by stewartstud 10 / 10

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Reviewed by YourFamilyExpert 5 / 10

Like drudging through a friend's vacation slides

By Jonathan Decker (Family therapist, film critic)

WHAT'S EAT PRAY LOVE ABOUT? A woman seeks to find herself through a year of traveling, meditation, and dining. Based on the novel of the same name.

IS IT ANY GOOD? Before Facebook, you may recall, one might sit through literal slide-shows (projected onto a sheet, for example) in order to experience a friend's vacation. This film feels like sitting through such an evening, if your friend were self-indulgent and a bit narcissistic, kept bringing up her broken marriage and her justifications for a fling during the slideshow, gabbed on and on about the wonderful people she met as if you knew them, and took way too long to show her admittedly scenic slides.

As someone who enjoys glimpses into world cultures/religions, good actors, and romance in general, I'll admit that there were a few moments that charmed, enlightened, and moved me. But this sluggishly-paced movie feels a good 45 minutes longer than its 2 hour and 15 minute running time. This is to say nothing of its repetitive narrative structure, general predictability, and disturbing core message: You can find peace through avoidance of accountability and by literally coming to see yourself as your own god. It's all about "love yourself" and "forgive yourself," which is fine, but the protagonist takes no responsibility for what she does to hurt other people early on. Julia Roberts is likable, but her character here mostly is not. This is not a film I'd revisit.

IS IT OKAY FOR YOUR KIDS? Eat Pray Love is rated PG-13. It has a fair amount of foul language (including one use of the phrase "mother——," which I thought was only allowed in R-rated films), sexual innuendo, male rear nudity, and implications of adultery and other sex outside of marriage.

ANY WORTHWHILE MESSAGES? It is not enough to life for self- fulfillment; one must live to benefit others. Take time to enjoy and savor life.

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