Eat Pray Love


Action / Biography / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 36%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 84483

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August 20, 2011 at 01:26 AM



Julia Roberts as Liz Gilbert
James Franco as David Piccolo
Javier Bardem as Felipe
Viola Davis as Delia Shiraz
598.89 MB
English 2.0
PG-13 on a
23.976 fps
2 hr 13 min
P/S 17 / 182

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by brenttraft 1 / 10

I Guess Money Can Buy Happiness

"Eat, Pray, Love" is about a wealthy, over-privileged woman who has a mid-life crises and instead of buying a sports car, she divorces her husband, has some affairs, and spends a boat-load of money.

I guess the moral of the story is that money can buy happiness.

This is the type of movie that makes people want to join the "occupy" movement. The whole point of the movie is that over-indulging is the way to find yourself and be happy.

And just to pour salt in the wound, in the scene where she is eating pasta in Italy is done to the music of Mozart's German opera "The Magic Flute." I guess nobody associated with this piece of trash was smart enough to tell the difference between Italian and German.

Do yourself a favor and skip this garbage.

Reviewed by Lejink 1 / 10

Watch, sleep, forget

...or everybody loves Julia. Free-thinking, never-been-to-me writer Liz, (Julia Roberts) decides to escape the rat race and her well-meaning but smothering husband to, of course, find her true self by travelling to Italy, India and Bali, as you would and experiencing real life in the process. We all should have her problems.

And yes, by the end, she's made umpteen life-long friendships, found her own guru and the power of zen, built a new home for a single-parent and child from contributions solicited from the afore-mentioned new pals and of course to top it all off, finds true love way out east to a handsome, swarthy Brazilian, who openly discusses his sex-life with his 19 year-old Australian (don't ask me why) son whom he kisses on the lips at goodbyes. Along the way she breaks the hearts of two young handsome guys, turns down another and connects seriously with everyone from a Swedish tourist and her tutor in Italy, a recovering Texan alcoholic and teenage girl going through an arranged marriage in India not forgetting her Latin lover, toothless ancient swami and his homeless nurse in Bali. Yes indeed, love surely grows where Lizzie goes.

The writing and acting are frequently look-away bad, the whole thing looking like a woman's magazine piece bloated out of all recognition. For some reason too, 70's music features heavily in the soundtrack - I just wondered what Neil Young might have made of two of his songs being pressed into action in support of this unbelievable, over-sentimental nonsense.

I can think of only one praiseworthy thing to say about this, nice locations.

Reviewed by drazsika-716-814820 2 / 10

Misbehave, eat, splurge

There are so many things fundamentally wrong with this movie as well as with many details. Most have already been mentioned before me so I'll just rage a bit. 1, uses double standards, to say the least: if you are white and rich - "go out in the world to discover yourself" / if you are brown and poor: go for the arranged marriage no matter how much you'd love to study and find love. 2, even though the movie tries to be a feminist statement what we see is that a woman is nothing without a man and finding yourself EQUALS to finding a man 3, the shallow, stupid, irresponsible protagonist seems to be shown as a HEROINE (!) - an example to follow 4, "You'll lose all your money in 6-10 months" - eating gourmet food in Rome, not working for a couple months and traveling to 2 new continents? Well, well, well... 5, Rome, Italy is NOT a 3rd world country with no running/hot water. Though I lived in Italy I never heard anyone speaking the kind of English you hear in the movie (great English with extremely heavy accent). 6, There already are so many shallow and dumb people: why do you try to cater for them a shallow and dumb story (okay, other than because you earn well with it)? 7, Leaving an unhappy marriage, traveling to discover the world and living in new environments is a very brave thing. However: - not consulting with your husband and not having any communication about a divorce; - discovering the world means to you that you meet Americans who are just like you in India; - going to random places where you seemingly spend a lot and all you get to know is things you could understand from an "Italian / Indian / Balinese Stereotypes" paperback - this makes you shallow and below average. 8, Julia is completely indecisive. The one decision she makes throughout the movie is to keep up her schedule and balanced life. The Balinese medicine man convinces her with one sentence that she decided the wrong way. So she changes her mind immediately: puppet, Puppet, PUPPET! 9, Since Pocahontas we know that not all Hollywood movies need to have a 100% pinky-shiny-happy ending. Maybe Julia doesn't know it.

There are good things in the movie though: - you get hungry for a good pizza & fresh pasta - landscape shots, travel suggestions (Italy, India, Bali) - you'll probably feel superior to 95% the characters shown in the movie while utterly superior to the people that like this movie

This is one of the very few movies that made me angry lately.

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