History YMMV / EatPrayLove

19th Jan '17 3:10:04 AM shamblingdead2
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19th Jan '17 3:02:46 AM shamblingdead2
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Liz in the film, for some viewers. This is partly due to the film leaving out things like Liz and her husband's relationships problems, and her struggle with depression and financial troubles during her divorce. As a result, Liz can come across not as a lonely divorcee trying to find herself, but a spoilt rich woman who divorces her loving husband for no real reason, {{Wangst}}s about it and then goes on vacation.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Liz in the film, for some viewers. This is partly due to the film leaving out things like Liz and her husband's relationships problems, and her struggle with depression and financial troubles during her divorce. As a result, Liz can come across not as a lonely divorcee trying to find herself, but a spoilt rich woman who divorces her loving husband for no real reason, {{Wangst}}s about it and then goes on vacation.vacation.
** It also leaves out the $250K advance from her publisher, which effectively took care of her financial woes. [[https://bitchmedia.org/article/eat-pray-spend This article]] from Bitch Media analyzes the phenomenon of "priv-lit."
13th Jan '17 9:00:30 PM Stevebob
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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: Liz in the film, for some viewers. This is partly due to the film leaving out things like Liz and her husband's relationships problems, and her struggle with depression and financial troubles during her divorce. As a result, Liz can come across not as a lonely divorcee trying to find herself, but a spoilt rich woman who divorces her loving husband for no real reason, {{Wangst}}s about it and then goes on vacation.
7th Feb '16 1:03:53 PM creader
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* SociopathicHero: Let's be honest: if the genders here were reversed, this [[DoubleStandard probably wouldn't be YMMV.]]
16th Nov '15 5:49:08 AM erforce
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* DuelingMovies: An entirely one-sided example, as ''TheExpendables'' repeatedly challenged their viewers' masculinity if this movie out-grossed it.

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* DuelingMovies: An entirely one-sided example, as ''TheExpendables'' ''Film/TheExpendables'' repeatedly challenged their viewers' masculinity if this movie out-grossed it.
25th Mar '14 7:35:38 PM Zmister517
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* DuelingMovies: An entirely one-sided example, as ''TheExpendables'' repeatedly challenged their viewers' masculinity if this movie out-grossed it.

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* DuelingMovies: An entirely one-sided example, as ''TheExpendables'' repeatedly challenged their viewers' masculinity if this movie out-grossed it.it.
* SociopathicHero: Let's be honest: if the genders here were reversed, this [[DoubleStandard probably wouldn't be YMMV.]]
16th Mar '12 12:45:47 PM Illuminatus
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* DuelingMovies: An entirely one-sided example, as ''TheExpendables'' repeatedly challenged their viewers' masculinity if this movie out-grossed it.
23rd Dec '11 11:06:33 AM MagBas
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* YourMileageMayVary
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