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    The Expendables

    Director: Patrick Hughes
    Cast: Sylvester Stallone,
    Jason Statham, Jet L

    The only good thing about this instalment is that all the big names have been stuffed into one film. The action sequences are like watching a video game—long and loud.  With an uninteresting plot, even the stars like Harrison Ford and MMA fighter Ronda Rousey look bored. And the pull factor— actors like Mel Gibson—haven’t been given enough screen space.

    — Team Indulge

    review_2Mardaani
    Director: Pradeep Sarkar
    Cast: Rani Mukerji, Tahir Bhasin
    (Mukerji) is a saner version of Bollywood favourites Bajirao Singham and Chulbul Pandey. Moving away from their usual glitz and glamour, YRF has experimented with a new theme here. We like the strong, bold cop who beats up the antagonist (Bhasin), a child sex trafficker. With a crisp plot and
    impactful dialogues, this film
    puts Mukerji back on track.
    —T I

    review_3Aindham Thalaimurai  Sidhavaidya Sigamani

    Director: L G Ravichandar
    Cast: Bharath, Nanditha

    n insipid screenplay, lacklustre narration and weakly fleshed out characters ensure that one neither connects with the characters nor their plight. Bharath plays an illiterate man who gets easily conned and marries an educated Nanditha to circumvent his problems. Both actors fail to pull off their act. The director equates illiteracy with naivete, gullibility and the absence of common sense. The film has the look and feel of a TV serial.

    —Malini Mannath

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