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Inside Out
Director: Pete Docter,
Ronnie del Carmen
Cast: Kaitlyn Dias, Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Diane Lane
When Riley (Dias) is born, her mind gives rise to five emotions – Joy (Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). The emotions live in Headquarters, her mind. When Riley’s parents move to San Francisco, Sadness begins to overshadow Joy, so in an attempt to change things and make the girl
happy, Joy mistakenly gets lost in the long-term memory with Sadness. When returning to the Headquarter, the two realise that Anger has taken over. Perfect for kids of all ages, this one is a must watch. — TI

Jurassic World
Director: Colin Trevorrow | Cast: Chris Pratt, BD Wong, Irrfan Khan
The only character to return from the 1991 original, Dr Henry Wu (Wong), the chief geneticist creates a more real version of the dinosaurs at Isla Nublar, under the instructions of park owner Masrani (Khan), who wants to bring back the glory days of the dino. Owen Grady (Pratt), dinosaur trainer and expert, warns them that this ‘Indominus’ will be dangerous as it has never ‘socialised’ before. When it breaks loose, all are at risk. Watch for the special effects. — Team Indulge

Entourage
Director: Doug Ellin
Cast: Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jeremy Piven
Another television-to-film project goes horribly wrong with this one making Sex and The City seem like a stunning work of art. Picking up a few years after Vince Chase (Garner) makes it big as an actor, it sees him separated from his wife only nine days after they marry. He lures agent-turned-producer buddy Ari Gold (Piven) to direct a film, with him in the lead. What follows is a messy plot with Vince and his old cronies living like the old days. Plus, women, wine, flashy cars and plenty of money. If you liked the TV series, don’t spoil the memories by watching the film.
— TI

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