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Eat Pray Love (2010; Rated Rated PG-13)

Eat Pray Love

“ Julia Roberts gives a nomination-worthy performance in this gorgeous travelogue.”

-Richard Roeper


Eat Pray Love

(2010; PG-13)

In theaters:
Friday, 13 August 2010

Biography, Drama, Romance

Ryan Murphy

Julia Roberts, Billy Crudup, Viola Davis, Richard Jenkins, Javier Bardem, James Franco

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Jennifersaid on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 7:40:49 AM
Hiz...I read your post deeply... And I toatlly agree with you about the conclusion... We all need similar vacations to explore ourselves, but we are stuck, all of us :-)It always seems like being away for a couple of days will make every thing go insane... as if we are responsible for holding every thing together with our bare hands!

Robinsaid on Friday, August 27, 2010 7:20:44 AM
YOU are a winning reviewer and I love your comments!

Can't wait to enjoy the beautiful TRIP with Julie et al!

Alex Burkesaid on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 4:23:13 AM
Is this the same Richard Roeper who used to provide insightful reviews alongside Roger Ebert and other brilliant critics? If so, you have come a long way down.

EAT PRAY LOVE was about as vacuous as a movie can get. I am making it a point to tell everyone I come in contact with just how bad it was, in the hope that the exponential growth of word of mouth will expand into the millions, and teach Hollywood an expensive lesson that we are tired of having our collective intelligence insulted by such trite pap.

I saw it with my mother and my younger sister, who are both keenly attuned to the issues facing women today, and they both deemed it "the worst movie they have ever seen," and "meaningless." It's not too late for a retraction. Please, restore my faith in you. - Alex Burke




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