Ladies of the '80s and '90s -- Then & Now

And yes, the duo takes on the infamous "Big mistake, HUGE!" scene from "Pretty Woman."

Julia Roberts reinforced her status as a Hollywood icon on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" on Wednesday night, acting out her entire career in less than 10 minutes.

The actress and late night host made their way through 26 of her most memorable films, changing up wigs, costumes and accents to reenact snippets of everything from "Hook" and "Mystic Pizza" to more recent films like "Mother's Day."

Starting with "Notting Hill," the duo then raced through moments from "Mona Lisa Smile," "Larry Crowne," "Runaway Bride," "Steel Magnolias," "Charlie Wilson's War," "Mystic Pizza," "America's Sweethearts," "Eat Pray Love," "Closer," "Valentine's Day," "Mother's Day," "Stepmom," "Flatliners," "Mirror Mirror," "Hook," "Charlotte's Web," "Erin Brockovich," "The Pelican Brief," "Sleeping with the Enemy," "Mary Reilly," "Ocean's 11 & 12," "Pretty Woman" and her latest film "Wonder" before bringing it home by singing "I Say a Little Prayer" from "My Best Friend's Wedding."

Standout moments included the infamous "Pretty Woman" scene where Vivian gets sweet revenge on a nasty shopgirl, the "Drink the juice, Shelby" scene from "Steel Magnolias" and her "I'm just a girl..." speech in "Notting Hill."

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