I finally just saw the movie this past week, and I totally agree with both the above sentiment and most of what has been said. In regards to Nicko's comment, my wife laughed at me because I would cringe each time Julia and her husband starting getting passionate. It was kind of like watching my grandmother get "frisky," sure it happens, but I don't want to know about it.
As for Julia not liking the blog, I'm not surprised. She was a wonderful woman but she also had some very harsh opinions in her time. In fact for a while I was really turned off to Julia Child. She had done an interview for some magazine (can't remember which one now) in which she railed against the trend of hot and spicy foods, going on and on about how it ruins your taste buds and how chefs use spice and heat to cover a multitude of culinary sins. At the time I was very into Latin and Indian foods and found her comments uninformed, close minded, and completely off base. I got over it, but started to look at Julia in a new light, one a little darker than before. We have idolized and cannonized her that we tend to forget some of those more opinionated moments of her life, which, to me, is too bad as it shows what a strong force she was.