I can`t wait to watch the movie ``Eat Pray Love`` starring Julia Roberts

Philippines
June 11, 2010 3:24am CST
I havn`t read the book ``eat pray love`` by Elizabeth Gilbert yet.But I saw the trailer of the movie and can`t wait to see it..Based on a true incredible story starring Julia Roberts.The story is about the author after her divorced at the age of 34 decided to spend a year traveling in Italy,India and Indonesia.In the trailer that I saw,there is scene when she was in Italy eating pizza,she said there ``I`m having a relationship with my pizza..I love that scene!!!And she had the experiment that she called ``no carbs left behind diet``,so she really gained weight in Italy..In Italy she wanted to explore the art of pleasure, in India, the art of devotion and in Indonesia, the art of balancing the two..How about you guys have you already read the book..Are you also looking forward to see the movie
7 responses
19 Jul 10
I’m just starting to read the book now. I’ve had it for ages, but not read it, but hearing about the film, I wanted to make sure I had read it before I saw it! So far I’m surprised at how accessible the writing is. It’s funny and easy to read. I’m in the Italian section though and it’s making me HUNGRY!
• Philippines
20 Oct 10
Me too, I'm also excited to see the Italian section of the movie. I know there are lots of delicious and mouth-watering foods in Italy.
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
7 Nov 10
I just saw this movie last night, and it was an amazing movie, and I love it. To me, she simply seeking an inner peace within herself through traveling and exploring different cultures. I would love to do the same someday.
@zannnie (109)
• Hungary
6 Nov 10
We saw this movie today and we like the first and third parts about Elizabeth Gilbert's travel in Italy and Bali Indonesia. It didn't capture the best parts of Bali, the paradise beauty of this wonderful place where I've been there personally. However, it does captured Italy very well in terms of its culture and customs. Through the language elements I think, but as for Bali, they just played with the accent and let go on the parts of how the Bahasa Indonesia might have an influenced as well. Perhaps they can't portray too many things at once, so they chose the magical part about Bali, that is LOVE and the predictions by the toothless medicine man.
@jlov101 (79)
• Philippines
20 Oct 10
I heard the book was great that's why they made a movie for this one. I can't wait to watch it. I know that I'll learn a lot about this movie. I'm actually thinking of reading the book as well. I saw the trailer in Youtube and it was very nice.
@BStuff (498)
• United States
6 Aug 10
I am also so excited for this movie. I'm not a huge fan of Julia Roberts but she seems like the right girl for this movie. The book was incredible. It's a life changing experience if you let it be. The no carb left behind experience comment was great. I hope they channel this book into a great movie. I've seen some of my favorite books put into terrible movie.
• Philippines
12 Jun 10
i already heard a lot about the book before i heard about the movie..but since the movie is already on the way..i'll watch the movie first then i will read the book since most books that are turned into movies disappoints me..the book ends up better than the movie all the time..anyways i saw the movie trailer already and it makes me really excited..can't wait for the movie to reach the movie house..
@ichipink (342)
• Philippines
11 Jun 10
I haven't read the book nor seen the movie trailer yet. But it does seem very interesting. I hope they play the movie here in our country. Can't wait to see it... Nice post!