This harmless bit of fluff from the once-formidable Garry Marshall brims with B-list movie stars and formerly A-list TV actors. Oh, and Julia Roberts.
This well-meaning biopic about a lowly Indian clerk who is a self-taught math genius sadly does not add up to much.
Horror fans of the "Small Town With Secrets" genre will eat up the Peter A. Dowling-directed screen version of Sharon Bolton's novel.
The ancient rivalry between the French and the British seems to be finding new life in a competition over who can make the funnier film about bakers lacing their product with cannabis. That's to our advantage: This UK film is hot and fresh.
With Pride fast approaching, EDGE looks back at Prides throughout the country from 2015. In this first album check out photos from Boston, Key West, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Washington DC from the EDGE archives.
Holland Taylor brings Ann Richards to life in all her potty-mouthed, political powerhouse glory.
Outraged Oklahoma lawmakers say they'll move quickly to change a loophole in the state's forcible sodomy law after the state's highest criminal court found it doesn't apply to cases where the victim is unconscious or intoxicated.
On Wednesday former Speaker of the House John Boehner called Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh." None of this sat well with real worshipers of Satan.
Katy Perry will be lighting up the French Rivera like fireworks next month: The singer will perform at amfAR's annual "Cinema Against AIDS" event, the glitzy A-list fundraiser held annually during the Cannes Film Festival.
A principal for a high school in Redding, Calif. is prohibiting a lesbian couple from being nominated as prom queens, saying it would be gender discrimination.