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Wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable

Quick review: Geopolitics: minus101. Rajkumar Hirani never got back to the Munnabhai-Circuit level of discourse. This, though, is another level of simplification. It is boring. So, what if the actors perform? All other than the leads, that is. Those two, ham.

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Wogma rating: Watch but no rush

Quick review: It’s cute—more in the way it shows Politics 101 than its romance. Of course, it’s over-simplified and candy-flossified. But hey, this is one way to tell Gen Z, “We are sorry. But you have to clean up the mess we created.” (Available on Netflix)

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Wogma rating: Switch channels if it's on cable

Quick review: Long. Random. Violent. Pointless. Long therefore random. Violent therefore pointless. Oh, now I am rambling despite myself. Just like the film despite its well-written but absolutely unlikeable protagonist. Streaming partner: Netflix

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Wogma rating: Watch but no rush

Quick review: It is cute when a Salman Khan film has a decent story. Even if the twists and twists turn around in circles, 9/10 of which are predictable. That the rest of the film rests on the women is a pleasant surprise too. Even if it is only a tiny step in the right direction. (Streaming Partner: Amazon Prime)

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