Julia Roberts best movies

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Julia Roberts best movies
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TOP 1:

Pretty woman 1990

Pretty woman 1990
It is a romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. Directed by Garry Marshall. It was released on March 23, 1990 in the United States and meant a huge success at the box office.

TOP 2:

Erin Brockovich

Erin Brockovich
It is an American film directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Julia Roberts, based on a true story. Released on March 17, 2000 in the United States and April 7 of the same year in Spain.


TOP 3:

Notting hill

Notting hill
It is a film directed by Roger Michell and starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. Released on May 28, 1999 in the United States, on July 16 in Argentina and on August 5 in Spain, the film was nominated for the Golden Globe for best film (comedy or musical) .2

TOP 4:

My best friend's Wedding.

My best friend's Wedding.
The film was a commercial and critical success. The song "I Say a Little Prayer (For You)" ("I say a little prayer for you") was recorded by Diana King and presented emblematically on the tape, becoming a top 20 on the Billboard. The soundtrack featured songs from the Burt Bacharach / Hal David duo.

TOP 5:

Stay by me.

Stay by me.
Isabel is a fashion photographer who thinks only of her career but must take care of the children of her boyfriend and partner Luke: her twelve year old daughter Anna and her seven year old son Ben. Isabel tries to get his children to be comfortably next to her, but she doesn't get it, more with Ben than with Anna. To this is also added the continuing disputes between her and Jackie, the biological mother, who considers her superior in everything. She reproaches him for everything because she believes Isabel is to blame for stealing her marriage, but Jackie is weaker every time because of a tumor she has and cannot attend to all the things her children require, therefore, Isabel has to look after the children more and as a result she loses her job. In the end the two are doomed to understand each other and find a balance until in the end they become friends, Jackie knows that she will die of cancer and decides to explain a little the past of her children, since she will take care of her future.


TOP 6:

Girlfriend on the run.

Girlfriend on the run.
Ike Graham is a columnist for a New York newspaper that has a problem: he has an hour to deliver an article, he has his ex-wife as boss, and his agenda is fuming. Ike is aware of the case of a young woman from the rural area of the State of Maryland. Maggie, who is called the girl, is known among the locals for leaving several of her boyfriends planted. He goes to investigate the curious case of the young woman that the four times she has tried to marry has ended up escaping at full speed from the altar. He loves marriage commitments, but he is horrified by marriage. No one foresees the kind of problems that will arise when the two meet.

TOP 7:

Sleeping with his enemy. 1990

Sleeping with his enemy. 1990
A violent husband provokes his wife's fear every day, to the point that, during a storm, the young woman simulates her drowning and disappears. Although she has adopted a different personality and physique, her conjugal nightmare is resurrected when she finds that her ex-husband is looking for her.

TOP 8:

The Pelican Report. 1993

The Pelican Report. 1993
It is a 1993 American film, written, produced and directed by Alan J. Pakula. Starring Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington and Sam Shepard in the lead roles. Based on the homonymous novel by John Grisham of 1992.


TOP 9:

Monalisa's smile

Monalisa's smile
Katherine Watson is a teacher who will teach at Wellesley University (New England). It develops around 1953, a time when women do not have the opportunity to decide for themselves, these women were educated under the absurd belief of finishing their studies and getting married as soon as possible. Katherine dislikes this attitude and tries to help them. She tries to make them see that the attitude or beliefs they had were wrong.

TOP 10:

The Mexican

The Mexican
The libretto was originally to be filmed as an independent production without major stars participating, but Roberts and Pitt, who had long been looking for a project to do together, learned about the film and decided to do it. The film was then deceptively promoted as a typical romantic comedy of a couple traveling across the country, because the script is not based only on the relationship of Pitt and Roberts, since they spend little time together on screen. Finally, the film raised $ 66.8 million in the United States alone.

TOP 11:

All for love. 1990

All for love. 1990
It is a 1991 film, directed by Joel Schumacher. It is based on the novel with the same title by Marti Leimbach, and stars Julia Roberts and Campbell Scott with Vincent D'Onofrio, Colleen Dewhurst, and Ellen Burstyn. The music was composed by James Newton-Howard.


TOP 12:

Conspiracy.

Conspiracy.
Jerry Fletcher, a New York taxi driver obsessed with the existence of conspiracies, thinks he knows everything about the secret and murderous purposes of those who stalk us and want to control the world, and that is the subject of conversation with his clients. In order to bring these facts to the attention of a young lawyer from the Department of Justice, Alice Sutton, he runs to tell his office. Soon both will fight to save their lives.

TOP 13:

Deadly Line. 1990

Deadly Line. 1990
It is a 1990 film starring Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin and Oliver Platt. It tells how a group of medical students decide to carry out an experiment that involves taking one of them to a clinically dead state and then resuscitating it and telling the experience. This was the first important role of Julia Roberts after Pretty Woman. There he met Sutherland, with whom he almost married in real life.

TOP 14:

Mary Relly

Mary Relly
It is a dramatic film released on February 23, 1996 in the United States and on March 18 of the same year in Spain. Starring Julia Roberts and John Malkovich, it was directed by Stephen Frears. The film is based on the book Mary Reilly (novel), written by Valerie Martin, which in turn is based on the book The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

TOP 15:

Charlie Wilson's War

Charlie Wilson's War
Based on real events, it takes place in the 1980s, with its central character being US Congressman Charles Wilson, (Tom Hanks) who, from a very national perspective, sees the entry of the Soviet army into Afghanistan as a trivial matter, if well, as events progress, he realizes that from his level of political power he can do things to prevent the victory of the communists, with the support of a wealthy woman from the state of Texas, Joanne Herring (Julia Roberts), fervent anti-communist.


TOP 16:
Something to talk about. nineteen ninety five
Something to talk about. nineteen ninety five
It is a drama released on August 4, 1995 in the United States and December 11 of the same year in Spain. Starring Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid, it was directed by Lasse Hallström and written by Callie Khouri.

TOP 17:
I love trouble. 1994
I love trouble. 1994
titled in Castilian I like the messes in Spain and One against another in Latin America, it is a comic film released on June 29, 1994 in the United States and on September 30 of the same year in Spain. Starring Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte, it was directed by Charles Shyer and written by Nancy Meyers.