Self-involved corporate raider Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) has recently split up with his girlfriend. Seeking directions to the Beverly Hills Hotel, he makes the acquaintance of free-spirited hooker Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) and decides to put her on a 3,000-dollar retainer as his "date." He Cinderellarizes her by bankrolling a full wardrobe and cosmetic makeover. Of course, the setup will be strictly platonic. A disarming modern-day fairy tale, Pretty Woman was the picture that made Julia Roberts a superstar. As charming as she is in her "giggling" sequences, Roberts' best scene is her triumphant return to a posh Rodeo Drive shop where she'd been previously snubbed. Keeping Pretty Woman afloat throughout is the buoyant direction of Garry Marshall and the always welcome presence of Marshall's stock company of actors, including Hector Elizondo as a stuffy but golden-hearted concierge. Pretty Woman began its life as a much darker story of prostitutes and homicidal drug dealers, but more box-office-savvy heads ultimately prevailed.~Hal Erickson
"Live from the wrap party"
"LA: The Pretty Woman Tour"
All-new audio commentary with director Garry Marshall
1990 production featurette
"Wild Women Do" performed by Natalie Cole
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
Widescreen (1.85:1)-enhanced for 16x9 television
French Language track
French and Spanish Subtitles
Richard GereEdward Lewis
Julia RobertsVivian Ward
Ralph BellamyJames Morse
Jason AlexanderPhilip Stuckey
Laura San GiacomoKit De Luca
Hector ElizondoThe Hotel Manager
Alex Hyde-WhiteDavid Morse
Amy YasbeckElizabeth Stuckey
Patrick RichwoodNight Elevator Operator Dennis
Larry MillerMr. Hollister
R. Darrell HunterDarryl, The Limo Driver
Dey YoungSnobby Saleswoman
Stacy Keach Sr.Sen. Adams
Lucinda CrosbyOlsen Sister
Nancy LockeOlsen Sister
Patrick D. StuartDay Bellhop
R.C. EverbeckTie Salesman
Abdul Salaam ElRazaacHappy Man
Harvey KeenanMan in Car
Scott A. MarshallSkateboard Kid
Kathi MarshallDay Desk Clerk
Laurelle BrooksNight Desk Clerk
Don FeldsteinDesk Clerk
Jeff MichalskiDay Doorman
James Patrick DunneLounge Pianist
Valorie ArmstrongWoman in Lounge
Steve RestivoItalian Businessman
Rodney KageyamaJapanese Businessman
Douglas StitzelAmerican Businessman
Michael FrenchMatre d'
Lloyd NelsonGame Announcer
Norman LargePolite Husband
Tracy ReinerWoman at Car
Harry WarrenFeatured Music
James Newton HowardComposer (Music Score)
John LennonFeatured Music
Lew BrownFeatured Music
Roy OrbisonFeatured Music
Albert BrennerProduction Designer
David M. HaberArt Director
Gary W. GoldsteinCo-producer
Walter von HueneAssociate Producer
Laura ZiskinExecutive Producer
Garry LewisSet Designer
Marilyn VanceCostume Designer
Jim WebbSound/Sound Designer
Gary ZinkSpecial Effects
Bettiann FishmanFirst Assistant Director
Year of Release
15th Anniversary Special Edition, DVD
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Pretty Woman [15th Anniversary Special Edition] [DVD] 
Great movie from Julia Roberts and Richard Gere ! This was in store pick up! I really enjoyed buying online and pick up at my nearest Best Buy location! It’s so easy and really convenient!! Service was truly exceptional! Quality of product is simply the best !!
I owned Pretty Woman on vhs. I've played it often enough to the point to where it started to degrade. I realized I needed to upgrade to a dvd or blu-ray disc. I love how it is the exact same as my vhs and was satisfied that it was. Though, the only downside to the blu-ray disc is that it doesn't have the deleted scenes that my vhs had at the end of it. The menu is gorgeous to look at.
Spoilers may be after this point.
Pretty Woman is about a call girl who meets a rich man and they fall in love. Edward is lost driving and he stops in a sketchy place. Vivian works her thing, but Edward only just needed directions to his hotel. Vivian guides the way (the human gps). Edward needed a date and propositions Vivian to be with her six or seven days. During the week, their feelings grow. Yet, there were some stumbling blocks for Vivian to fit into the rich lifestyle. She needed an outfit and shopkeepers didn't want to have anything to do with her. A kind hotel manager, Barney, aids in her plight (the fairy godmother or should I say godfather of the movie). Philip is a piece of work and could be seen as the villain of the movie. At the end as most fairy tales go, they live happily ever after or at least we hope they do. If you have never seen Pretty Woman you should.
I Really Enjoyed Watching This Movie. In This Movie A Very Rich Man Decides TO Use His Power And MONEY TO Get Everything He Wants. MONEY Can And Does Buy This Man Many, Many Things. BUT TRUE LOVE CAN'T BE BROUGHT. EITHER YOU HAVE IT OR YOU DON'T. Bravo TO the Actors And Actresses of This Movie. Also Kudos TO the Director of This Movie. Peace!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Pretty woman regular blu ray edition
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
Fast delivery, pretty woman in 1080p on blu ray still holds up, couldn’t hold out long enough for a 4K release, wasn’t disappointed with this blu ray edition, plus it was 9.99!