Pretty Woman

The "Ben Is Back" star believes there are "so many things you could poke a hole in" today with regard to her 1990 rom-com classic.
Facebook and Twitter told me to go see Wonder Woman. I’m not one for superhero movies, but it was an immense treat to read
I am quite certain that there are hundreds of people in every aspect of entertainment whose lives and careers have been personally touched by Garry, and who would tell you their own version of how he impacted them and changed the course of their lives. This one is mine.
Now it's also true that this is just how the entertainment field works, and always has. Tastes change, styles change and
Doctoral theses are sure to be written about the nearly parallel -- yet philosophically opposite -- titans of TV comedy, Garry Marshall (signature brand: Happy Days) and Norman Lear (signature brand: All In The Family). Olav ha-shalom, Garry.
Bonus Rule #1 Find Your Angle Romantic comedies need to make audiences cry as well as laugh. The great romantic comedies
We took some of Drake's most heartfelt lyrics and juxtaposed them with lines from some famous romantic comedies to see if New Yorkers could tell the difference. The results will surprise you!
I'm a woman, so I always got the gist of male privilege. The game is rigged, the guys get all sorts of privileges and, to add insult to injury, most of them aren't even aware of their advantages.
Can you watch a movie backwards? Of course you can't. But what if you could? Turns out most movies would be completely ridiculous if you started from the end and watched the plot unfold from the opposite side of the story. Here's how some of your all time favorite films would play out if you watched them in reverse.
Gere tells HuffPost Live his co-star Julia Roberts is "a good girl."
Richard Gere takes a look back at “Pretty Woman” 25 years after its release.
Precious jewels have provided fodder for drama practically since drama was invented, with precious stones and trinkets used as plot devices in plays written as far back as 100 B.C.