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Pretty Woman Was the Modern Day Movie Fairytale of the 1990s

Pretty Woman Was the Modern Day Movie Fairytale of the 1990s

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Published by Ryan Zimmerman
oooohhhhh ohhhh Pretty Woman!
oooohhhhh ohhhh Pretty Woman!

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Published by: Ryan Zimmerman on Aug 13, 2010
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Pretty Woman was the modern day movie fairytale of the 1990s. A love story centered aroundthe prince and a princess, so to speak, who find each other, as well as eventual true love, in life.Rather than slaying a dragon, or being awakened by a kiss, these two main characters find eachother through the age old occupation of prostitution.While the premise seems a bit iffy and implausible, the movie unfolds to make believers out of us all. Richard Gere, who plays Edward, a highly successful businessman, stumbles upon Vivian, played by the incredibly likeable Julia Roberts, as he stops on her corner to ask for directions.The directions turn into an hour, which turn into an entire evening of the two spending timetogether in an immaculate penthouse, thus foreshadowing the unavoidable romance that would be soon to follow.Edward continues to pay his way into Vivian’s heart, via money and Rodeo drive shoppingsprees, as the business partnership unwinds into much more than either of them had originallyexpected. Solidifying the sincerity of their courtship, Vivian surrenders her guard, and kissesEdward on the lips- an action she had refrained from doing in the past due to the personal aspectof locking lips. Tensions, however, start to fly, as the lovers crossed paths eventually catch up tothem. Their two incredibly different worlds collidewith ridicule from Edward’s business clientsand partners, thus causing a nearly irreconcilable tension between the two.Vivian admits that what she is looking for is a true fairy tale ending (and fresh start) with the twoof them together. Edward cannot commit to such a personal change in life, so the two part ways.Love ends up getting the best of Edward the next day, as he hops in his white limousine, personifying the white horse of the fairy tale, and seeks out Vivian, with an armful of flowers

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