Which Julia Roberts Movie Are You Based on Your Zodiac Sign?

Which Julia Roberts Movie Are You Based on Your Zodiac Sign?
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We're pairing up Julia Roberts' iconic roles with your zodiac sign to see which movie you'd vibe with based on your celestial traits.

We've taken the liberty to sift through Julia's extensive filmography and match each zodiac sign with a movie that resonates with its unique qualities. Let's see what we got!

Aries: Erin Brockovich (2000)

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Traits: Energetic, Courageous, Competitive

In "Erin Brockovich," Julia Roberts plays a feisty legal assistant who takes it upon herself to expose a giant utility company for contaminating water in a small town, leading to widespread illness. Erin's in-your-face attitude, along with her determination to get justice, make her the perfect match for an Aries. She's a single mom juggling three kids and a minimum-wage job when she stumbles upon medical records in her law firm's archives. Ignoring skepticism from her colleagues, Erin digs into the case, tirelessly gathering evidence and convincing the afflicted residents to come forward. Aries, you'll definitely see some of your courageous spirit in Erin!

Taurus: Runaway Bride (1999)

Traits: Dependable, Persistent, Romantic

"Runaway Bride" is the rom-com that has Taurus written all over it. Julia plays Maggie Carpenter, a woman notorious for ditching fiancés at the altar. She's all about comfort and habit—she works at her family's hardware store and knows everyone in town. When a big-city reporter (Richard Gere) arrives to write a story about her, Maggie finds herself questioning her pattern of running away. Slowly, she realizes she's been adapting herself to her fiancés' likes and dislikes rather than being her true self. Sound familiar, Taurus? Maggie learns to be true to herself, even as the reporter falls for her.

Gemini: Ocean's Eleven (2001)

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Traits: Versatile, Communicative, Clever

In "Ocean's Eleven," Julia plays Tess Ocean, the ex-wife of a smooth-talking mastermind, Danny Ocean (George Clooney ). Now, Tess may not be the one pulling off the heist, but don't underestimate her role. She's dating the very guy her ex-husband is trying to rob—a casino owner. Tess finds herself torn between her new high-society life and her former flame. She questions Danny's motives and tries to resist his charm but ultimately has to decide where her loyalty lies. Sound complex? Perfect for a Gemini who can juggle multiple perspectives!

Cancer: Steel Magnolias (1989)

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Traits: Emotional, Intuitive, Compassionate

A tearjerker if there ever was one, "Steel Magnolias" will hit home for all the Cancers out there. Julia plays Shelby, a young woman with diabetes, in a tight-knit Louisiana community. This movie is all about relationships, particularly among the women who frequent Truvy's Beauty Spot. Shelby decides to have a child despite the risks to her health, causing concern among her family and friends. Her mother, M'Lynn, is particularly worried, embodying that Cancerian nurturing instinct. Shelby's choice brings joy but also unforeseen complications.

Leo: Pretty Woman (1990)

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Traits: Charismatic, Self-confident, Dramatic

"Pretty Woman" is the iconic film where Julia Roberts plays Vivian, a Hollywood sex worker swept off her feet by a wealthy businessman, Edward (Richard Gere). This movie is all about transformation and, let's face it, drama—two things Leos can appreciate. Edward hires Vivian to be his companion for a week, introducing her to a lavish lifestyle complete with shopping sprees and opera outings. Vivian's confidence grows, and the duo develops genuine feelings for each other. Vivian navigates this whirlwind affair with sass and vigor, just like a Leo would.

Virgo: My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)

Traits: Practical, Analytical, Reliable

In "My Best Friend's Wedding," Julia plays Julianne, a food critic who realizes she's in love with her best friend Michael (Dermot Mulroney), just as he's about to marry someone else. What does Julianne do? She tries to sabotage the wedding, of course! While she may be driven by emotion, her meticulous plans to break up Michael and his fiancée, Kimmy (Cameron Diaz), reflect Virgo's analytical traits.

Libra: Notting Hill (1999)

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Traits: Sociable, Balanced, Romantic

In "Notting Hill," Julia portrays Anna Scott, a famous American actress who stumbles into a quaint British bookshop owned by the charming but awkward William Thacker (Hugh Grant). What starts as a casual fling evolves into a complicated romance, filled with public scrutiny and personal dilemmas. Anna has to weigh her public image against her private happiness, reflecting Libra's constant search for balance. The film juggles humor, romance, and drama, perfectly capturing the essence of a Libra.

Scorpio: The Pelican Brief (1993)

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Traits: Determined, Brave, Resourceful

Scorpios, you get "The Pelican Brief," where Julia dives into the role of Darby Shaw, a law student who finds herself on the run after she writes a legal brief linking two Supreme Court Justices' assassinations to a conspiracy. Stubbornly determined to expose the truth, Darby teams up with a journalist (Denzel Washington) as they dodge hitmen and corrupt politicians. This suspense-filled movie captures the essence of a Scorpio's bravery and resourcefulness.

Sagittarius: Eat Pray Love (2010)

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Traits: Adventurous, Philosophical, Optimistic

Sagittarius, pack your bags 'cause "Eat Pray Love" is the epitome of your adventurous spirit! Julia Roberts portrays Elizabeth Gilbert, a woman who, after a painful divorce, decides to travel the world in search of happiness and self-discovery. First, it's Italy for the food (Eat), then India for spirituality (Pray), and finally Bali for a balance between pleasure and devotion (Love). Along the way, Elizabeth learns to let go, be present, and opens herself to love again.

Capricorn: Sleeping with the Enemy (1991)

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Traits: Ambitious, Disciplined, Responsible

In "Sleeping with the Enemy," Julia Roberts plays Laura Burney, a woman trapped in an abusive marriage who fakes her own death to escape and start a new life. Taking on a new identity, Laura moves to a small town and attempts to rebuild her life while always looking over her shoulder, aware that her husband may discover she's alive. Laura carefully plans each step, showcasing the ambitious and disciplined traits typical of a Capricorn. She even goes so far as to take swimming lessons to overcome one of her fears – just like a Capricorn's dedication to self-improvement.

Aquarius: Closer (2004)

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Traits: Innovative, Independent, Humanitarian

"Closer" is a drama that delves deep into modern relationships. Julia Roberts plays Anna, a photographer caught in a web of love and betrayal with three other characters. As the characters' lives intertwine in a maze of emotion and deceit, Anna stands out as the most introspective and independent one, which screams Aquarius to me. The film takes a raw look at love and vulnerability, something any Aquarius could appreciate for its stark honesty.

Pisces: Mona Lisa Smile (2003)

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Traits: Compassionate, Intuitive, Dreamy

Pisces, your Julia Roberts movie is "Mona Lisa Smile." Julia plays Katherine Watson, an art history professor at the conservative Wellesley College in 1953. With dreams of inspiring her female students to break free from societal expectations, Katherine challenges them to think critically about their lives and aspirations. Katherine's nurturing and compassionate approach to teaching reflects the Piscean desire to make a positive impact on the world.