History Film / PrettyWoman

5th Feb '18 2:58:27 PM needsanewhobby
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* Catch22Dilemma: A social example - Vivian needs stylish clothes in order to look respectable, but the sales staff at the high-end clothing boutiques that sell the kind of clothes she needs won't accept her as a customer because she's not dressed respectably. The hotel manager, and later Edward, have to get involved in order to circumvent this problem.



* InterClassRomance:
* TheKeyIsBehindTheLock: A social example - Vivian needs stylish clothes in order to look respectable, but the sales staff at the high-end clothing boutiques that sell the kind of clothes she needs won't accept her as a customer because she's not dressed respectably. The hotel manager, and later Edward, have to get involved in order to circumvent this problem.

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* InterClassRomance:
* TheKeyIsBehindTheLock: A social example - Vivian needs stylish clothes in order to look respectable, but
InterClassRomance: The whole premise of the sales staff at the high-end clothing boutiques that sell the kind of clothes she needs won't accept her as a customer because she's not dressed respectably. The hotel manager, and later Edward, have to get involved in order to circumvent this problem.movie.
24th Apr '17 4:42:37 PM Chariset
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* MyHorseIsAMotorbike: Vivian wanted someone to pick her on a white horse. [[spoiler:Edward used a white ''limousine'' instead]].

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* MyHorseIsAMotorbike: Vivian wanted someone to pick carry her off on a white horse. [[spoiler:Edward used a Cue the white ''limousine'' instead]].''limousine''.


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* NotSoDifferent: Edward starts on his way to a HeelRealization when Vivian points out that his "buy the company, sell off the pieces" business tactic is just like a chop shop with a stolen car.
18th Mar '17 9:38:13 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* WroteTheBook: Late in the film, Edward says that "I know about wanting more. I invented the concept."
17th Feb '17 10:59:28 AM Movienut376
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**The gag reaches its zenith at the end, when the acrophobic Edward is climbing up the fire escape of Vivian's apartment building; he calls up, "It had to be the top floor, right?" Vivian answers, "It's the best."
26th Jan '17 11:31:31 AM Larkmarn
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* MistakenForJunkie: Edward interrupts Vivian in the bathroom and thinks she's doing drugs. Turns out she's only flossing strawberry seeds from her teeth. (May also be a CallBack, as the original script wrote Vivian as a drug addict.)

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* MistakenForJunkie: Edward interrupts Vivian in the bathroom and thinks she's doing drugs. Turns out she's only flossing strawberry seeds from her teeth. (May also be a CallBack, DevelopmentGag, as the original script wrote Vivian as a drug addict.)
13th Jan '17 5:29:00 PM nombretomado
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Gere plays Edward Lewis, a wealthy businessman who hires Vivian Ward (Roberts), a HookerWithAHeartOfGold, to serve as his escort while he stays in LosAngeles. They end up falling for each other.

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Gere plays Edward Lewis, a wealthy businessman who hires Vivian Ward (Roberts), a HookerWithAHeartOfGold, to serve as his escort while he stays in LosAngeles.UsefulNotes/LosAngeles. They end up falling for each other.
7th Jan '17 4:56:41 PM tandra88
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* EliteManCourtesanRomance: Wealthy businessman Edward Lewis hires Vivian to act as an escort for him for a week. Over that time he gradually falls in love with her, and she with him.
16th Nov '16 10:41:00 PM jormis29
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* MsFanservice: Vivian; it's especially striking given Roberts purposely avoided the trope the rest of her career with the exception of a poorly chosen time to go skinny dipping scene in 1994's ''I Love Trouble''.

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* MsFanservice: Vivian; it's especially striking given Roberts purposely avoided the trope the rest of her career with the exception of a poorly chosen time to go skinny dipping SkinnyDipping scene in 1994's ''I Love Trouble''.''Film/ILoveTrouble''.
3rd Oct '16 6:04:55 PM mkmckoy
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->'''Elizabeth''': She's wonderful, Edward. Where ever did you find her?''

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->'''Elizabeth''': She's wonderful, Edward. Where ever did you find her?''her?
3rd Oct '16 6:04:25 PM mkmckoy
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->''Elizabeth'': She's wonderful, Edward. Where ever did you find her?''

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->''Elizabeth'': ->'''Elizabeth''': She's wonderful, Edward. Where ever did you find her?''
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