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by Eat Pray Love
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Monica M.
Monica M.

35 reviews

I'm a big fan of purchasing books based on movies or vice-versa, and then comparing the two. I am curious to know which is better, the book or the movie and what is your favorite book/movie combo?
Lauren C.
Lauren C.
Nov. 11, 2014, 10:03 a.m.
Book is better
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Audrey A.
Audrey A.
Jan. 9, 2014, 11:29 p.m.
In this case, the movie was better... it didn't last as long and was over sooner. I also feel that the movie wasn't nearly as "self-centered" as many parts of the book were. Julia Roberts doesn't come across as problematic in the movie as the protagonist does in the book. Personally, I would save my money and not buy either. Check them out from the library or borrow them from a friend if you're still curious.
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Rachel B.
Rachel B.
Nov. 25, 2013, 2:14 p.m.
I did not really enjoy the book or the movie. For the book, I felt like I only enjoyed her time in Italy. The rest of the book dragged for me. I thought I might like the movie since I love Julia Roberts, but even she couldn't keep me awake through the movie.
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