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Pride and Prejudice(Pýcha a predsudok) - Classic drama by Joe Wright. Jane Austen's great love story graces movie screens once again in this visually-rich interpretation of the literary classic. Young British actress Keira Knightley earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance as the intelligent and beautiful Elizabeth Bennet, who must swallow her pride after falling in love with the snobbish, yet charming, Mr Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen).

 

 

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Waiting (Hej, kamoš, kto tu varí?) - Comedy by Rob McKittrick. Silly comedy for teenagers that lacks the insightful, quirky observations of its model Office Space.

 

 

 

 

 

Inside Man(Spojenec) - Drama by Spike Lee. Detective Keith Frazer (Denzel Washington) thinks everything is going according to plan during hostage negotiations with bank robber Dalton (Clive Owen) until interference from the high-powered Madeline White (Jodie Foster) reveals this is no average crime. A dramatically taut thriller with political undertones.


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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.

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President Andrej Kiska granting awards, January 1, 2018