Snow White’s newest adaptation, “Mirror Mirror,” (the first of two Snow White movies to be released this year, the second being “Snow White and the Huntsman”) director Tarsem Singh certainly doesn’t bring anything new to the fable. Starring Julia Roberts and Lily Collins, the story is pretty standard but there are a few small changes that succeed.
Everyone experiences it—that moment in life when it’s necessary (and understandably horrifying) to reevaluate, well, absolutely everything. This is the position Liz Gilbert finds herself in as her perfect life slowly disintegrates before her eyes. In Ryan Murphy and Jennifer Salt’s onscreen adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s best-selling memoir, “Eat, Pray, Love”, Julia Roberts plays Liz, a woman who believed in domestic bliss and happily ever after—that is, until she had the husband, the career, the house, and a mess of confusion and sadness.