5 Classic Julia Roberts Flicks to Binge Watch

By  - 7 years ago

Graceful and talented with a killer smile, Julia Roberts remains one of the most loved and successful actresses in the industry. If you haven’t seen at least one of her movies, you are missing out. Here are five Julia Roberts films we recommend you marathon with your mom, sister, or grandma. She is so charming she no longer needs to stand in front of you asking you her to love her.


5. Runaway Bride

Journalist Ike Graham writes about Maggie Carpenter’s three failed attempts down the aisle to which she quickly dismisses. Now, Ike is off to prove his credibility by covering Maggie’s fourth wedding. What he did not expect however was to fall for the runaway bride’s charm.


4. Erin Brockovich

The film is based on the true story of Erin Brockovich and her contribution to the case against Pacific Gas and Electric. Despite having no background in law and having only worked as an assistant for her former lawyer, Erin took the matter into her own hands to take down the questionable power company. Talk about girl power.


3. Notting Hill

Things took a turn for William, a British bookshop owner, when he met famous American actress Anna Scott. They come from opposite corners of the world, from different backgrounds and lifestyles, but all it took was one kiss to begin a whirlwind romance.


2. My Best Friend’s Wedding

Better late than never, but that’s not the case for Julianne who just realized she’s in love with her best friend, Michael, right before he’s about to marry another woman. Now, she’s torn between watching Michael get his happy ending or forcing her own happy ending.


1. Pretty Woman

If you have a soft spot for Cinderella-esque storylines, then Pretty Woman is for you. Vivian is a call girl who gets hired by a businessman to stay with him for a few days. What was originally a business arrangement turned into an unexpected love story.


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Featured photo from The Pretty Woman via Vogue Italy.