And the rich man fell in the love with the stripper. Oh, if Pretty Woman were that simple of a movie it would've been a flop and Roy Orbison wouldn't have bridged a musical gap. But this ultimate American love story with a twist has crossed generations and became a must-see film. Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, who once upon a time had mocha-colored hair, set the tone for what movies in the '90s were expected to be. Brought to you by the Dallas Opera as a part of the Baritones & Beachballs series, in association with the Dallas Film Society, this damsel-in-distress flick wins over the most pessimistic person. Future events featured within Baritones & Beachballs include activities such as wine tasting and special guest lectures. The screening begins at 7:30p.m. on July 11 at Studio Movie Grill, 1117- N. Central Expressway. The event is free and RSVPs are encouraged. To save a seat for you and that special someone call 214-443-1044.
Mon., July 11, 7:30 p.m., 2011