&& Hold up. Wait, what? Rob Lowe is the new KFC colonel? Guess so. The fast food company announced Friday that it has selected the actor to become the latest in a long list of colonels ― a group that has included comedians like Darrell Hammond and Norm ... Huffington Post, 5 days ago
Despite having many opportunities, Phillauri isn't able to make full use of them, feels Sukanya Verma. In my encounters of ghosts on screen, I’ve known quite a variety -- fierce, horrific, gloomy, even goofy -- but Phillauri’s well-behaved apparition is a first. She glows incandescently in the dark and floats through space in shimmering, translucent attire, like a wish-fulfilling fairy stumbling out of the pages of an exquisitely illustrated children’s ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'In Vishal Bhardwaj's now fully set world of manufactured poetry, characters wear their emotions at their most prescribed anatomical positions -- courage on their chins, pride over their chests, and innocence in their faces,' observes Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: 'In Rangoon, like in most of Bhardwaj's movies, the first 20 minutes gives it away; we realise he is setting us up for a world of conflicting passions: where one man's pride becomes another man's pain, where someone's casual joke burrows out ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
U. S. President Donald Trump and actress Meryl Streep also took center stage on the movie industry's biggest night as host Jimmy Kimmel fired off political zingers after an awards season marked by celebrity opposition to Trump.DNA, 1 month ago
Jolly LLB did well with its droll depiction of a small-time lawyer and how his guilty conscience encourages him in vindicating the downtrodden. In its sequel, Akshay Kumar does it even better, feels Sukanya Verma. Saddled by bureaucracy, corruption and apathy, no fight for justice is prompt or pleasant. But when formulated for mainstream Hindi films, it acquires the personality of a ham revelling in its inflated sentimentality or silliness till it hits the point of parody or propaganda. If ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Kids say the darndest things ... and they write the darndest jokes too. On Wednesday’s episode of “The Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon invited guests Keanu Reeves and Judd Apatow onstage for a special segment called “Kid Standup.” ...Huffington Post, 2 months ago
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