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Eat Pray Love

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language, some sexual references and brief male rear nudity.

PG-13 In Theaters 08/13/2010 , 133min.
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75%
Viewer score based on 760 ratings
50%
Critic score based on 39 reviews

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July 19, 2011
padur1212
Ah, ok, a review for the movie, Eat Pray Love, \"Javier Bardem\", do I need to say any thing else??? He is gorgeous!!! And yes, its a great movie, also...lol
July 13, 2011
bmelroy
I LOVE this movie. Unless you have been scorned by a man you wouldn't understand this movie. I laughed, I cried, I loved this movie, I have seen it 4 times and will watch it again and again.
December 27, 2010
checabear
work eat sleep. it is amazing a actor can play someone they are not. i thought eddie murphy was a donkey and johnnie depp was a pirate. prequel coming next year for this one: work, eat,sleep everyone gets a role.
December 16, 2010
AFelJos
Eat Pray Love is annoying come on stop complaining you dumbass.
November 02, 2010
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Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The film offers an easygoing and generous blend of wish fulfillment, vicarious luxury, wry humor and spiritual uplift, with a star, Julia Roberts, who elicits both envy and empathy. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Eat Pray Love finally settles into its own cinematic destiny as an attractive escapist love story, in which the romance is more with the I than with the guy. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
If there is one constant in Eat Pray Love, the imperfect yet beautifully rendered adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir on a year of heartbreak and healing starring Julia Roberts - it is this: There will be tears. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The whole journey feels like a rich girl gone slumming. And for those of us along for the ride, it's a bit of a slog. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
In short, Elizabeth Gilbert is the Julia Roberts of writers, which means that the film adaptation by Ryan Murphy (the creator of Nip/Tuck and Glee) got at least one thing right. Full Review
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