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Eat Pray Love

Released on 07 February 2011

Featuring: Julia Roberts, James Franco & Billy Crudup

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

3.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Based on the best selling book. Believing there's more to life than a husband, house and career, Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) finds herself with a new appetite for life in this inspiring true story, based on the best-selling book. She leaves New York and embarks on a yearlong journey - traveling to Italy, India and Bali - seeking self-discovery through good food, meditation and the prospect of finding true love. James Franco, Billy Crudup and Javier Bardem co-star in this sumptuous and uplifting adventure filled with humor and heart.
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  • Includes Eat Pray Love Soundtrack

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 Loved it

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Now, i have not yet read the book, and perhaps sometimes that can be a good thing ( depending on how you look at it ) i recall a few years ago walking out of the film Memoirs of a Geisha feeling a tad crushed ( i had read Arthur Golden's book, on which the film was based, so many times ) and whilst my friend with me loved the film ( and had not read the book ) i found myself sitting in a pub feeling disappointed that, despite some stunning visuals and good performances, so much of the book had been left out and i found myself wishing so much of it had been different ) so i tread cautiously when i say that despite being unfamilar with Liz Gilbert's memoir book, i sat down to watch this simply because i love Julia Roberts and i had read it was about " finding yourself ".
Having watched and loved the film, i will now be seeking out the book as i have been told, by a friend, that the book goes that extra deeper with it's message.
However, i still simply wish to review the film for what it is.
Bored, lost and unhappy with her married life, Liz ( Roberts ) decides to embark on a soul searching year of self-discovery that will take her to Italy and then an ashram in India and finally Bali.
Within her travels she discovers, awakens and makes peace with things within herself, aswell as helping others do the same thing. She enjoys eating with a carefree attitude in Italy, clearing her troubled mind with prayer in India and finally finding herself facing the possibilities of new love and inner peace whilst being in Bali.
I, personally, found the film utterly enchanting and both funny and profoundly moving in parts.
As with any film ( or book ) it truly is a case of each to his or her own, cynics or those who may sneer at such films are less likely to find food for thought here , but those looking to lose themselves for a good 2 hours+ in a film in which deals with how you may feel at that crossroads in life, regardless of age or spiritual belief, then i urge you to seek out this film and " let yourself go " within it's magic.

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this is a amazing and beautiful film, i watched it on my flight to barbados LOVED it!!!! it's highly recommended.

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An adaption of the best selling book by Liz Gilbert about a woman's conscious decision to take stock after leaving her husband and life is a gorgeous to look at film, but one that also suffers from some problems. Though, like the other reviewers, the book itself is not one I have read, I'm only talking about my impressions of the film.

The problems in the film are ones which I think are possibly related to the mood (or place) you the viewer may find yourself in at whatever time you watch the film. I think you'll either be inspired by the story to look at your own life and evaluate some things in it, or you'll see a spoiled rich woman whining about the kind of material existence most of us would only dream about. Because I'm betting that not many people watching could afford to walk away from their life and have the money to go round the world for a year! Not a slight against the film's main conceit - but just an observation.

On the plus side, director Ryan Murphy provides some lovingly created photography of places, people and food as we travel from Italy to India to Bali and there aren't any bad performances within the film from it's cast. It's just that there's no question it's a longer film than it has to be, has it's fair share of cliches and overt sentiment and maybe - just a little bit - the implicit messages of the book and the film get a little lost amidst the images.

It's not at all a bad film, just a somewhat underwhelming one - though at the end of the day probably most of us will at some point or another in our lives have moments that trigger the journey taken by Julia through the film. What we do with those moments is something that maybe the film (or book) could suggest as possibilities.

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Eat Pray Love is a 2010 film based on the memiors of Elizabeth Gilbert; having read and struggled to get into the book that was a smash hit in America, I had hoped the film with its all star cast would be better.

However, although there's nothing inherently wrong with the film, and it is visually stunning, I just found it lack lustre, even boring.

The plot sees a newly divorced New Yorker set off around the world looking for true happiness. Does she find it? Well you will need to see the film, but as the title suggests it involves a lot of eating, praying and a bit of loving with Javier Bardem. Not a film for me, poor.

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I loved this film and I'm a guy....inspirational movie and well worth a spot in anyone's collection.

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ActorsJulia Roberts, James Franco, Billy Crudup, Javier Bardem, Richard Jenkins, Viola Davis, James Schram & Arlene Tur
DirectorRyan Murphy
Certificate15 years and over
Year2010
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesFrench
SubtitlesEnglish ; English for the hearing impaired ; Arabic ; Danish ; Dutch ; Finnish ; French ; Hindi ; Norwegian ; Swedish
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration2 hours and 13 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.