Box set containing three popular comedy movies. In 'Pretty Woman' (1990), lonely businessman Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) hires L.A. prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) to give him directions when he gets lost, and later to be his escort while he goes wheeling and dealing for a week. He buys her clothes, she softens his heart and the unlikely couple fall head over heels in love. In 'Muriel's Wedding' (1995), young Muriel (Toni Collette) feels unloved and unappreciated in her suburban home, and sets out for Sydney, where she hopes to fulfill her dream of a traditional white wedding. Armed only with her Abba dance routines and an eagerness to please, she stumbles into an arranged marriage with a hunky South African swimmer. However, her dreams of marriage are soon tested by her best friend Rhonda (Rachel Griffiths) falling seriously ill. Finally, in 'Green Card' (1991), Georges Faure (Gerard Depardieu) is a working class Frenchman who needs a US visa, and Bronte Parrish (Andie MacDowell), a snobby New Yorker who needs a husband to qualify for the perfect apartment. They agree to marry and then part company, but when US officials decide to investigate the marriage they have to take a crash course on each other and 'create' a relationship - which then begins to come true.