Shut Up and Look Pretty Woman!

Pretty Woman is a romantic comedy film with Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in a lead role. This film is one of the most financially successful entries in the romantic comedy genre; Julia Roberts received a Golden Globe Award for her role, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in her first blockbuster hit which brought her worldwide acclaim.

The film trailer centers on down-on-her-luck prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) who is hired by a wealthy businessman and corporate raider, Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) to be his escort for several business functions, and their developing relationship. Having trouble driving his Lotus Espirit, Gere offers Julia to find the directions on Hollywood Boulevard. Vivian Ward (Roberts), a hooker with a heart of gold, thinks he is trying to find “a date” and walks over to his car, jumps in the car and offers to show him personally. Vivian, who thinks she has charmed Edward, was delighted when Edward offers to hire her for an hour, which after some awkward conversation becomes a night.

Movie trailer shows how Edward explains Vivian the kind of business he is a corporate raider, he buys large companies, breaks them up and sells them in smaller parts for profit. Vivian compares it to a chop shop, where stolen cars are cut up for parts and usually sold for more than the whole car is worth. He later reveals that when he was a boy, his father divorced his mother to be with another woman, and emptied his wife’s bank account as well as taking his own money, consequently his mother died in poverty, and Edward grew angry and bitter over time. Movie trailer shows apart from his hectic business schedules, Edward decides to bring a date in order to keep the meeting social, and hires Vivian to spend the week with him, offering to pay her $3,000. He gives money for a dinner dress, but when she attempts to shop on Rodeo Drive, the saleswomen snub her and are rude to her presumably because of her streetwalker’s clothing and social ineptitude. Vivian returns to the hotel distraught and embarrassed. Edward learns that Vivian only chose her profession because she couldn’t make the rent otherwise and was too ashamed to go home as a failure, meanwhile during their daily meeting and interactions Vivian falls in love with Edward, despite her experience as a hooker.

Movie trailer depicts Vivian and Edward’s business relationship quickly develops into friendship, and Edward and Vivian go on several dates and spend several evenings trading deep emotional insights they cannot share with anyone else, there are certain scenes in the movie trailer that are the most sexy, sensuous with hot chemistry between both the actors.
The attracting portion of the film trailer shows one of the most expensive shopping malls on Rodeo Drive, both of them watching a polo match, impeccable and lavish penthouse and hotel suites among others.

. by Henry Funk