After being fired for writing a trumped up story about Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts), a woman notorious for leaving grooms at the altar, columnist Ike Graham (Richard Gere) tries to get back into the business by tracking Maggie down and writing a fact-based report on her upcoming fourth wedding attempt. As Ike waits on yet another failure, he is gradually drawn closer and closer to Maggie and her quirky ways. Directed by Garry Marshall. With Joan Cusack, Hector Elizondo and Rita Wilson. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1999.
Julia Roberts in Runaway Bride
Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) has been best friends with Michael O'Neal (Dermot Mulroney) for years, but finds herself unexpectedly jealous when he announces his plans to marry the seeminly flawless Kimberly Wallace (Cameron Diaz). Desperate to stop the ceremony at any cost, Julianne hatches a plan with her boss George (Rupert Everett) to win Michael back and ensure their happy future together with Kimberly out of the picture. Directed by P.J. Hogan. With Philip Bosco, Susan Sullivan and Christopher Masterson. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1997.
Julia Roberts in My Best Friend's Wedding
Following the murder of two Supreme Court Justices, law school student Darby Shaw (Julia Roberts) researches the judges' records and cases pending before the court. When her professor (Sam Shepard) and his friend (John Heard) are killed soon after reading the resulting brief, which outlines who would benefit from the judges' deaths, Darby goes on the run in fear for her life. Turning to the only man she trusts, investigative reporter Gray Grantham (Denzel Washington), Darby sets out to uncover the truth, despite threats from a wealthy oil tycoon and the White House. Directed by Alan J. Pakula. With Tony Goldwyn, William Atherton, Stanley Tucci, John Lithgow and Anthony Heald. Categories: Drama, Mystery, Thriller. Year: 1993.
Julia Roberts in The Pelican Brief
Peter Banning (Robin Williams) has been away from Neverland for so long that he has forgotten who he really is. After Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) kidnaps his kids, Peter must travel back to Neverland and remember what it's like to be a kid himself. To help him rediscover his inner child, Peter's old friends Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts) and the Lost Boys put him through his paces and prepare him for a duel with Captain Hook for the fate of his children. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Bob Hoskins, Caroline Goodall, Charlie Korsmo, Amber Scott and Dante Basco. Categories: Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy. Year: 1991.
Julia Roberts in Hook
When a group of medical students begins experimenting with near-death experiences, the secrets they unlock threaten to destroy them all. After having their hearts stopped, the students are revived and experience flashbacks of horrifying events from their childhoods. In their quest for answers, they have no choice but to journey deeper into the unknown to find a way to save themselves. Directed by Joel Schumacher. With Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt and Kimberly Scott. Categories: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi. Year: 1990.
Julia Roberts in Flatliners
In a small town Louisiana beauty parlor, a close-knit circle of friends come together during the best and worst of times. Visiting Truvy (Dolly Parton), the shop's owner, are Shelby (Julia Roberts), a diabetic who's set to marry a Southern lawyer (Dylan McDermott), her bossy mother M'Lynn (Sally Field), Ouiser Boudreaux (Shirley MacLaine), an ill-tempered woman with a quick wit, and Clairee Belcher (Olympia Dukakis), a recent widow. Directed by Herbert Ross. With Sam Shepard, Tom Skerritt and Kevin J. O'Connor. Categories: Drama, Romance. Year: 1989.
Julia Roberts in Steel Magnolias
Directed by Ryan Murphy. With Julia Roberts, Viola Davis, Billy Crudup, Richard Jenkins, James Franco and Javier Bardem. Categories: Drama. Year: null.
Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love