Biden’s enormous improvement over the last debate must have been a relief to his campaign staff, who were reportedly shaken after his previous poor showing, but… he didn’t do great. He spent a lot of time reminding people that he was Barack Obama’s vice president and taking credit for the administration’s accomplishments. (“Barack Obama knew exactly who I was. He had 10 lawyers do a background check on everything about me on civil rights and civil liberties, and he chose me, and he said it was the best decision he made.”) But Biden struggled to answer the criticisms of Obama’s record, particularly when it came to the issue of deportations. Biden’s worst moment of the night, though, came at the very end. He garbled the standard visit-my-website sign-off, mixing it with the number to donate to his campaign. It wasn’t a stutter or a gaffe, but a signal to voters that he might not be in peak condition, mental acuity-wise. … [Read more...] about Winners and Losers on Night 2 of the Second Democratic Debates
I'd say, there are only pros and no cons. Especially, in the last few months after the Coronavirus scare, the number of people who are watching the OTT platform has shot up considerably. Though all said and done, I will not deny that had the situation been different, it would have been a joy as an actor to see the reaction of the audiences when your film is released in theatres. OTT release is a big celebration for actors and directors because it is a very beautiful platform, as a filmmaker will be able to reach many more- as many as 200 countries all over the world. I would say that OTT is actually an extension of films, but it is also not a permanent solution. It is the only solution for the time being when theatres are not open. If we wait to release Ponmagal Vandhal, there is a long queue. It will take at least a year for the hero oriented films to release, and the heroine oriented films will get their chance only after two years. … [Read more...] about Jyotika: Ponmagal Vandhal Is The Most Challenging Role I Have Ever Played In My Career
While Kotha Bangaru Lokam released in 2008, Brindavanam came out in 2010. Talking to IANS, Dil Raju said, "It will be a hattrick of sorts because our films such as Kotha Bangaru Lokam and Brindavanam were released during Dussehra and they turned out to be successful. I expect the same from Ramayya Vasthavayya as this festival has been very lucky for me." … [Read more...] about Will Dil Raju Score A Hattrick With Ramayya Vasthavayya?
One song from Lumos, “The Sword, the Cup and the Dragon,” is available to stream exclusively on the Harry and the Potters website. The track chronicles the break in at Gringotts Bank, which Harry, Ron and Hermione carried out on May 1st, which is celebrated around the world as May Day and International Worker’s Day. Fittingly, the song will only be available to stream today, May 1st. … [Read more...] about Harry and the Potters Conjure First Album in 13 Years ‘Lumos’
Trump, upset over some of Scarborough’s criticism on Morning Joe, has lashed out at the host by claiming that the case is a “cold case,” even though it is not. Over the weekend, Trump tweeted, “A blow to her head? Body found under his desk? Left Congress suddenly? Big topic of discussion in Florida…and, he’s a Nut Job (with bad ratings). Keep digging, use forensic geniuses!” … [Read more...] about Twitter Doesn’t Remove Donald Trump’s Conspiracy Tweets After Widower Of Joe Scarborough Aide Asked For Them To Be Deleted