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Final Destination 3(Nezvratný Osud 3) - Science Fiction/Horror by James Wong. In the final part of the Final Destination series, Wendy Christensen (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) saves her life and a few others by predicting the tragic results of a deadly rollercoaster ride. That doesn't pacify Death, though, which gets upset when fates are escaped.

 

 

 

 

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Pink Panther(Ružový Panter) - Comedy by Shawn Levy. Steve Martin stars in a less-funny remake of the classic detective comedies made famous by director Blake Edwards and the inimitable Peter Sellers. Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Kevin Kline) uses the bungling Inspector Clouseau (Steve Martin) as a decoy for solving the murder of a famous soccer coach and finding out who stole the Pink Panther diamond.


Dear Wendy(Môj miláčik ráže 6,65) - Drama by Thomas Vinterberg. Written by Vinterberg's Danish mentor Lars von Trier, Dear Wendy has been described as a meditation on guns and violence in America that resembles von Trier's 2003 film Dogville.


Hostel - Horror by Eli Roth. Extremely graphic and disturbing gore fest about American college buddies backpacking through Europe who are lured to a mysterious Slovak hostel that's actually a torture dungeon.

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