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Chick Flick Chat: Eat Pray Love

Chick Flick Chat Mic  CLICK HERE to listen to the Chick Flick Chat featuring the popular movie, "Eat Pray Love."

If only we could all go on a year long adventure to discover our true selves, our passions, our purpose! What would you seek to find? What are you hungry for? Are you ready for a transformation? Whether you are contemplating booking a one-way ticket or can only dream about it, this Chick Flick Chat will give you a lot to chew on.

Co-host, Susan Ragazzo, and I couldn't wait for this much anticipated biopic to be released on DVD. Don't worry if you didn't read the book by Elizabeth Gilbert because CFC only focuses on the film. No matter if you love or hate it, this movie sets the stage for female introspection like no other current film and that makes for a tasty chat!

Julia Roberts learned, "If you want to get to the castle, you've got to swim the moat." From labels, transformation, ruin, soul searching, temptation, and more, this journey offers enough messages to fill any travelers itinerary. While we don't swim any moats, we do dish on the meanings, mantras, and men of Italy, India, and Indonesia in detail. 

Thoughts on Eat Pray Love? Did you read the book? See the movie? Listen and let us know your thoughts... Especially about the ending! 


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Luci Weston

@Lynn: Definitely let us know your thoughts after the re-read and seeing the movie. Thanks.

It's funny, others I discussed the book with told me they struggled with it. I didn't read it, but after seeing the movie and taping the "Eat Pray Love" Chick Flick Chat, I'm now sorry I didn't ask "why." Anyone else want to fill us in on this?


Didn't see the movie, did read the book. It was a while ago. From what I remember, it was pretty good, but agree with Bose "annoying" is a good description. I have to say, I don't remember the ending. Now I want to go back and read the last chapter. I do want to see the movie, but will wait for the DVD.

Luci Weston

@Bose: Wow, thank you for listening and this informative comment. I did not read the book, so I came to the film without any expectations. Surprisingly, after reading the mixed reviews, I actually enjoyed it overall; obviously, the ending was a great disappointment to me.

So glad CFC has motivated you to see this film. Please come back and tell us what you think after seeing it.


Listened to your chat but didn't see the movie. Did read the book, though, and I have to say that I struggled through it. In a word, it was annoying at best although I can't put my finger on exactly why.

You were bummed about the "hollywood ending" - the whole book seemed like that. Sue said something about not connecting or feeling the movie, I felt the same way about the book. Just not a fan of it I guess but after listening to Chick Flick Chat, now I want to see it!

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