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FTW: Tickets to The Raid 2: Berandal

WE’VE got 10 double passes to give away for Indonesian action spectacle, The Raid 2: Berandal – the sequel to one of the best action movies in years. Ernest Lee has the details on how to win.

The raid isn’t over yet; in fact the real fight is just getting started. Indonesian action blockbuster, The Raid 2: Berandal, will be screening across select Australian cinemas on March 28, bringing fans of the first action spectacle a brand new installment of messy Indonesian violence.

Indonesian actor, Iko Uwais returns in the film as Rama, a rookie Jakarta policeman who has attracted the unwanted attention of criminals after his triumph in the film’s previous raid of a drug lord’s building complex. Now, in order to protect his family, he must go undercover to bring down the vengeful criminals of the underworld.

The sequel promises to be bigger, bolder and bloodier than its predecessor, as director Gareth Evans (The Raid, Merantau) brings forth more crazy stunts and wickedly awesome carnage in the grand name of entertainment.

Those familiar with the Indonesian art of pencak silat will see the martial art well-exhibited throughout the film as The Raid 2: Merantau meticulously choreographs the fighting discipline with characters’ expertise with some very unconventional weapons (like the film’s ‘Hammer Girl’).

Confirmed cinemas screening The Raid 2: Berandal in Melbourne include: Village Cinemas Jam Factory, Village Cinemas Sunshine, Village Cinemas Century City, Hoyts Chadstone, Hoyts Melbourne Central and Cinema Nova.

If you’re anticipating the sequel to one of the best action films ever made, Meld Magazine have ten (yes, ten!) double passes to give away. Simply enter the competition below for a chance to see The Raid 2: Berandal on the big screen.

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