The Best Julia Roberts Movies, Ranked from Best to Worst

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America loves Julia Roberts. She's starred in many of our favorite films, both old and new. The best news is that her acting career is still far from over. Roberts barely looks a day over twenty, and the energy she puts into her work is unstoppable.

Roberts is beautiful, funny, and talented-- a true blessing to the American film industry. Can you think of some of your favorite Julia Roberts films you've seen? There is almost too many to count, but we've went ahead and narrowed down our top ten choices.

Go ahead and sort through our list, ranking your personal favorites! Who knows, you might not be the only one with that ranking.

Pretty Woman (1990)

Pretty Woman via Buena Vista Pictures

This film features a businessman visiting L.A. and a prostitute who fall for one another, forming an unlikely pair.

Notting Hill (1999)

Notting Hill via Universal Pictures

Notting Hill unfolds when a famous American actress enters a London bookstore owned by William Thatcher, throwing him into romantic turmoil.

My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)

My Best Friend's Wedding via TriStar Pictures

Two childhood best friends made a deal to marry each other if they were still single by 28. As they both are finally approaching 28, one of them seems to find love.

Erin Brockovich (2000)

Erin Brockovich via Universal Pictures

This film follows the story of an unstoppable young mother who doesn't give up on her fight for justice.

Steel Magnolias (1989)

Steel Magnolias via TriStar Pictures

This film is adapted from the original play written by Robert Harling after his sister's death from complications of diabetes.

Mystic Pizza (1988)

Mystic Pizza via The Samuel Goldwyn Company

Mystic Pizza follows the lives and romances of three young waitresses in the heart of a small town called Mystic.

Eat Pray Love (2010)

Eat Pray Love via Columbia Pictures

Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) decides to embark on a quest of self-discovery across the world as her life as she knows it falls apart.

Closer (2004)

Closer via Columbia Pictures

Closer follows four young lovers through chance meetings and instant attractions that eventually develops into a dangerous love story.

Runaway Bride (1999)

Runaway Bride via Paramount Pictures

Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) is given the nickname "the runaway bride" after already leaving three of her grooms at the altar.

Sleeping With The Enemy

Sleeping With The Enemy via 20th Century Fox

This film follows Laura Burney (Julia Roberts) as she fakes her death and flees from her violent husband in order to start a new life.