I saw this movie in the theater and really enjoyed it. I found it to be interesting, original and unforgettable. When Walmart priced the Blu-ray unde $6, I had to have it! The movie looks and sounds great and the extra features shed a lot of light on the events in the movie.
Eat Pray Love is a two hour and fifteen minute ad for being rich; it's a smug, patronising travelogue that -- despite its already apt title -- could have also been called First World Problems: The Movie.
The only reason to watch this movie is Javier Bardem. He is outstanding in it. It is a difficult subject matter, but he makes you care for his character. I wasn't a huge fan of the story, but I liked him.
I have no compulsion whatsoever in declaring Skyfall, in terms of cinematography, the best looking Bond film ever ... Action movies simply don't look like this - but ... this is no ordinary action movie.
As a Lifetime Lover of the 007, James Bond thrillers, this IS, without a doubt, the DEFINITIVE 007 thriller you MUST get! To fully understand some of the events in this flick, you should see the two prior 007 movies, Casino Royal, and Quantum of Solace.\nI have ALL but ONE of the James Bond 007 movies, and this one is THE BEST!