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This week's premieres


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Saw II - Horror by Darren Lynn Bousman. The Jigsaw Killer returns in this bloody sequel to the original gore fest. Detectives have to help Eric Mathews (Donnie Wahlberg) and Amanda, (Shawnee Smith), among a bunch of other unlucky people, escape the killer's booby-trapped lair.

 

 

 


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Memoirs of a Geisha (Gejša) - Drama by Rob Marshall. A visually stunning version of Arthur Golden's international bestseller about rivalry among a pair of pre-World War II geishas hits the screens with the director of Chicago at the helm.

 

 

 

 

 


Other movies playing


Proof (Dôkaz) Drama by John Maden - Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, this fascinating film tells the story of a famous mathematician (Anthony Hopkins) who dies after years of mental illness, leaving his daughter (Gwyneth Paltrow) and assistant (Jake Gyllenhaal) to discover the origin of a brilliant new mathematical theory.


V for Vendetta (V ako vendeta) Thriller by James McTeigue - A film that uses a character named V (Hugo Weaving) to tell a parable about terrorism and totalitarianism.


Date Movie (Strašná haluz) Comedy by Aaron Seltzer - Childish and ridiculous spoof of romantic comedies in the vein of the Scary Movie franchise.


Firewall (Ochranná bariéra) - Action by Richard Loncraine. Jack Stanfield (Harrison Ford) liquidates his company to pay ransom when his family is kidnapped, only to look guilty of embezzlement when he thwarts the crime.


Prepared by Stefan Hogan

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