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X-Men: The Last Stand (X-Men 3: Posledný vzdor) - Action by Brett Ratner. In the final chapter of the explosive X-Men trilogy, our mutant heroes - who have sworn to protect the world, even though it rejects and fears them - discover a "cure" for mutancy. The choice of whether to remain unique or become human is played out between the forces of leaders Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), who preaches tolerance, and his former ally, Magneto (Ian McKellan), who believes only the strongest survive.

 

 


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The Da Vinci Code (Da Vinciho kód) - Mystery/Thriller by Ron Howard. From director Ron Howard and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, the team that brought you the Academy Award-winning film A Beautiful Mind, comes a movie based on the bombshell bestseller that has sent shockwaves through the religious community. Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, now topping a staggering 40 million copies sold, gripped the public with its fascinating revelations on the connections and mysteries surrounding the lives of Jesus and Leonardo da Vinci. Starring Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen and Jean Reno.


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