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Erin Brokovich A True Woman How can I make a difference This is a question most of us ask ourselves at some point in our lives Most of us wish we could but we dont try very hard at achieving that goal Erin Brokovich is a must see movie It will prove if you are rich or poor you possess the power to change someones life She makes us want to reach out and help others The subject of this film is simply Erin Brokovich played by Julia Roberts She is a very determined and courageous woman to say the least In the quote A fiercely independent lady who is struggling to bring up her beautiful brood of three kids all on her own With two failed marriages behind her and a dress code that would make the pope blush Erin is subjected to prejudice from employers and the public alike But before she can prove herself to anyone else Erin has to prove something to herself-and when a case involving a civil claim against a power company comes up Erin throws herself into it Mellor it gives us a hint of who Erin is Erins style of dress was very provocative This dress code served as a pro and con The con was she didnt fit in with the girls at the office The pro was that it helped her obtain legal documents from the water board The male clerk just couldnt say no to those boobs The directors opinion about the movie is someone can make a difference The Arizona Republic states Roberts plays a real-life heroine who helped uncover one of the biggest environmental crimes in historyEbert The director uses outstanding judgment in casting Julia Roberts as Erin Brokovich Julia brings Erin Brokovich to life After all its based on the life of a woman who made people sit up and take notice and Roberts made sure it became a case
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