Happy Birthday Pretty Woman
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Happy 20th Birthday Pretty Woman1 of 10
Sure, the hooker-with-heart-of-gold plot is a little cheesy, but we can't resist a late-night cable viewing of this classic flick. Twenty years later, there's still a whole lot to love about our generation's Cinderella story.
The Guy2 of 10
Oh, Richard Gere. That smirk. Those svelte Cerruti suits. Swoon.
The Gal3 of 10
That toothy smile. Those endless auburn curls. Julia Roberts was so our first official girl crush.
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Those Boots4 of 10
Only Julia Roberts could manage to ooze sex appeal in thigh-high pleather. According to The New York Times, the films's original title was based on Vivian's weekly rate, $3,000, a number that launched a million would-you-evers.
The Shopping Spree5 of 10
We’re not sure what we love more: when Edward says he’s going to spend an “obscene amount of money” or the irresistibly cheesy dressing-room-fashion-show-montage.
Vivian's 'Tude6 of 10
Whether she’s whooping it up at the racetrack or sassing sourpuss salesladies, we love her what-you-see-is-what-you-get manner. (And who can forget Vivian's reaction to making an escargot fly across the swanky restaurant? "Slippery little suckers.")
The Chemistry7 of 10
According to IMDB, the scene when Edward snaps the necklace case on Vivian's fingers was improvised, as was Roberts' spontaneous laughter.
High-brow Symbolism in a Low-brow Flick8 of 10
Edward takes Vivian to see the opera La Traviata, in which a prostitute falls in love with a wealthy man.
The Comebacks9 of 10
“Never … did the knight say to me, 'Come on, baby, I'll put you up in a great condo,'" Vivian retorts at Edward's offer to get her an apartment.
The Damsel Isn't the Only One in Distress10 of 10
And, while Edward does rescue Vivian in the end, as Vivian says, “She rescues him right back.” Now that’s a modern-day fairytale.