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  • The film was remarkable, from the acting to the lust for life that I felt while watching every second of the film, it is a true masterpiece, and I think that most of that factor is contributed greatly to Julia Roberts and her uncanny ability to generate emotion
  • What really got me interested in this film, besides from the amazing acting skills of Julia Roberts and the rest of the cast, was that me as the viewer was able to experience her life journey with her
  • I was able to really become a part of it and see the transformation of her character from beginning to end, watch her meet new friends, experience delicious foods, and transition into a woman who is confident in herself and able to love life once again

    • by Susanna Frank
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      I don’t know what it is about Julia Robert’s, but no matter what role she plays, I can’t help but be pulled into to whatever the story line may be. In this case, the story line was the well-known novel turned into a film, the 2010 movie “Eat, Pray, Love”. This film was based on an actual woman’s journey to different parts of the world in search for herself and meaning in her life despite her being in her forties. The film was remarkable, from the acting to the lust for life that I felt while watching every second of the film, it is

      a true masterpiece, and I think that most of that factor is contributed greatly to Julia Roberts and her uncanny ability to generate emotion.

      Roberts plays the role of Liz Gilbert, a married woman who finds that one day, she doesn’t want to be married anymore. She doesn’t have the same love for life that she once had she feels as though she needs to make a change. This change starts by getting a divorce and traveling to three different regions of the world in search for her love of life again. She enjoys good food, good friendships, and finds the meaning that she is ...


      • looking for as well as the forgiveness she needs to let her ex-husband go and be happy. While on this adventure, she finds a new love, one that she is afraid of at first because she doesn’t want to again lose herself, but the fear is not enough to keep her from her hearts-desire.

        What really got me interested in this film, besides from the amazing acting skills of Julia Roberts and the rest of the cast, was that me as the viewer was able to experience her life journey with her. I was able to really become a part of it and see

        the transformation of her character from beginning to end, watch her meet new friends, experience delicious foods, and transition into a woman who is confident in herself and able to love life once again.

        This movie is motivating for movie lovers everywhere. It really shows a power for finding yourself again at any age, loving life and living it to the fullest. This would be a perfect movie for inspiring and sending off emotions to make the viewers want to take charge of their own life as well, and maybe not travel across the country to do so, but to make a change and grow as a person.




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