Rated PG-13 · 140 minutes · 2010

Drama, Romance
Julia Roberts stars as Liz Gilbert, a whiny, shallow woman who divorces her husband (Billy Crudup) after he suggests he's going back to school. She then moves in with a hunky actor (James Franco). Things don’t work out with the actor, so she decides to travel the world, first stopping off in Italy to stuff her face, then heading to India to get all spiritual. Her journey also takes her to Bali, where the poor thing has to have a relationship with Javier Bardem. So … this is the story of a well-to-do woman who gets to travel to exotic locations because she’s “dissatisfied” with the direction of her life. Everything this movie tries to say about the soul is vapid, and the only redeeming characters are the dudes she dates.
Official Site: www.eatpraylove-themovie.com
Director: Ryan Murphy
Producer: Dede Gardner, Brad Pitt, Jeremy Kleiner and Stan Wlodkowski
Cast: Julia Roberts, James Franco, Javier Bardem, Richard Jenkins, Viola Davis, Billy Crudup, Mike O'Malley, Tuva Novotny, Luca Argentero, Giuseppe Gandini, Andrea Di Stefano, Michael Cumpsty, Sophie Thompson, Rushita Singh, Christine Hakim, Arlene Tur, David Lyons and TJ Power


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The Coast Halifax Eat, pray, pick out the dress The stars and the plots may change, but Hollywood is still serving up the same traditional romantic stories. Just ask Russell Smith. by Sue Carter Flinn 08/19/2010
Portland Mercury Snacks, Enlightenment, Rimjobs Eat Pray Love: A crappy book becomes an even crappier movie! by Alison Hallett 08/12/2010
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