Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

NOW PLAYING IN CINEMAS

This week's premieres


photo: Saturn Enterntainment

Casanova - Comedy by Lasse Holstrom. Heath Ledger stars as the famous playboy, who narrowly escapes the wrath of the church when he agrees to mend his promiscuous ways by taking a wife. He eventually sets his sites on Francesca (Sienna Miller), a beautiful and talented writer who shows no interest in him.

 

 


photo: Tatrafilm

Walk the Line- Drama by James Mangold. Joaquin Phoenix excels as the Man in Black, Johnny Cash, in this solid - if not ultimately revelatory - biopic. But it's really Reese Witherspoon as June Carter, Cash's great love and saviour, who steals the show. And, of course, the music is fantastic.

 

 


Other movies playing


photo: Continental Film

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang- Comedy by Shane Black. While fleeing police, actor-turned-criminal Harry Lockhart (Robert Downey, Jr) unexpectedly comes upon an audition for a movie about a private detective. After landing the part, Harry shadows real-life detective Gay Perry (Val Kilmer), who becomes his crime-fighting mentor and partner after the movie falls through. While adjusting to his new job, Harry comes across Harmony (Michelle Monaghan), a woman he loved many years ago.

 


photo: Continental Film

Broken Flowers(Zlomené kvety) - Drama by Jim Jarmusch. What should have been the brilliant meeting of two great minds - Jarmusch and Bill Murray - is instead a sporadically funny, occasionally touching, but mostly disappointing and tedious story about an aging ladies' man who hits the road to find former lovers, in search of his potential long-lost son.

 

 


Oliver Twist- Drama by Roman Polanski. Barney Clark stars as the title character in Polanski's version of the frequently filmed Charles Dickens classic about an orphan who falls in with a group of young pickpockets on the streets of London. Ben Kingsley also stars.


photo: Continental Film

Don't Come Knocking(Nechoď klopať na dvere) - Drama by Wim Wenders. Over 20 years since their brilliant collaboration Paris, Texas, Wenders reunites with playwright / screenwriter / actor Sam Shepard, who wrote and stars in this film about an aging movie star (Shepard) who tries to atone for his hard-living ways.

 

 

 


Fun with Dick and Jane(Finty Dicka a Jane) - Comedy by Dean Parisot. - When it focuses on satirizing the US corporate and political culture, this Enron-inspired romantic crime caper is biting and clever, but when Dick (Jim Carrey) and Jane (Tea Leoni) start robbing stores and banks, it goes downhill pretty quickly.


King Kong- Adventure by Peter Jackson. Naomi Watts, Jack Black and director Peter Jackson make this remake about a giant gorilla and the woman he loves exactly what it needed to be: a humorous, compelling and touching spectacle.


Land of Plenty(Krajina Hojnosti) - Drama by Wim Wenders. The great German director Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire) once again focuses on America in this post-September 11 drama, which stars Michelle Williams.

The processing of personal data is subject to our Privacy Policy and the Cookie Policy. Before submitting your e-mail address, please make sure to acquaint yourself with these documents.

Top stories

Whale is bringing magic Icelandic music to Bratislava Video

Hvalur, the first festival of Icelandic music in central Europe, will present established Icelandic musicians as well as rising stars.

Hugar will be one of Icelandic formations that will perform at Hvalur, festival of Icelandic music.

Denník N: Former journalist-turned-spy spied on journalists for Kočner

Peter Tóth denies the claims of the daily which cites "sources from the environment of criminal prosecution".

Peter Tóth

In Iceland, you can chase a reindeer to the end of the earth

Rock group Sigur Rós named each song on their new album after coordinates in Iceland. Here's where each coordinate leads.

Map of Iceland with Sigur Rós stops

Old cars dominate Slovak roads

Close to four out of ten cars registered are more than ten years old; the import of used cars has increased considerably in Slovakia.

Illustrative stock photo