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JoBlo Review: Eat, Pray, Love


Julia may love herself, but I didn't love Julia. You'd imagine that after taking such an eye opening trip, someone would learn something about the pleasure of being with other people. Yet, this film is all “me, me, me, me, me” all the time, and close to two and a half hours spent with this extremely entitled woman gets rather tiresome. While this does have a brief tacked on plot where she helps buy a woman in Bali a home (see- nothing a little cash can't fix), you never for a second believe her character has learned anything, and thus is doomed to eventually repeat the same mistakes that led her to take the trip in the first place. I suppose this will lead to the inevitable follow up, EAT MORE, PRAY MORE, LOVE MORE. Hopefully Oprah will like it.

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