5 Movies to Watch in Honor of Garry Marshall’s Epic Career

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Runaway Bride
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Regardless of how old you are, there’s a TV show or film by Garry Marshall that practically defines your childhood. The legendary actor, director, producer, writer, and comedian passed away on July 19th, leaving behind an incredible legacy. Responsible for shows such as Happy Days and The Odd Couple, as well as numerous cult-classic movies, Marshall is a creative truly worth celebrating.

Here, Savoir Flair rounds up five film highlights from his career in tribute to a man who wowed critics and moviegoers alike for decades.

1

Pretty Woman

Richard Gere and Julia Roberts star in this 1990 romantic comedy, which profiles an unlikely romance between two drastically different people.

Watch it on iTunes, here.

Pretty Woman
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2

The Princess Diaries

This 2001 comedy follows a shy teenager as she realizes that she’s a real-life princess. Starring legendary actress Julie Andrews and a young Anne Hathaway, the film is a sweet adaptation of author Meg Cabot’s novel of the same name.

Watch it on iTunes, here.

The princess diaries
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3

Runaway Bride

Richard Gere and Julia Roberts reunited nearly a decade after Pretty Woman for this 1999 romantic comedy, which profiles Roberts as a “runaway bride” who has made a habit of leaving men at the altar.

Watch it on iTunes, here.

Runaway Bride
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4

Never Been Kissed

Drew Barrymore stars in this 1999 romantic comedy, playing an undercover journalist who returns to her high school and finally learns what it means to fit in with the popular crowd.

Watch it on iTunes, here.

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5

The Other Sister

This 1999 drama follows a young, mentally challenged woman (played by Juliette Lewis) who returns home to her overbearing mother (played by Diane Keaton) and struggles to find her independence.

Watch it on iTunes, here.

The other sister
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