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photo: Continental Film

Corpse Bride(Mŕtva nevesta) - Animated comedy by Tim Burton. The masterful director of all that is spooky and eccentric returns with the animated story of Victor Van Dort (Johnny Depp), who goes into the woods to rehearse wedding vows he just can't seem to get right and places the ring on a twig that turns out to be the Corpse Bride (Helena Bonham-Carter).

 

 


photo: Tatrafilm

Mission Impossible III- Action by JJ Abrams. Yet another sequel to the blockbuster Tom Cruise franchise. This time, super-spy Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is called out of retirement to face his biggest challenge to date, Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman). With the help of his team, Hunt chases the villain and rescues his favorite girl, Julia (Michelle Monaghan).

 

 


photo: Universal pictures

Prime- Romantic Comedy by Ben Younger. When Rafi (Uma Thurman), a recently divorced 37-year-old from New York City falls in love with Dave (Bryan Greenberg), a talented 23-year-old painter, her therapist Lisa (Meryl Streep) is initially ecstatic for her. That is, until Lisa finds out the new fling is Dave, who happens to be her son.


Prepared by Stefan Hogan

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One nuclear shelter with a capacity for several hundred people now serves as a music club with suitable name Subclub (formerly U-club).