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Green Street Hooligans (Hooligans) - Crime drama by Lexi Alexander. When Matt (Elijah Wood) is expelled from Harvard University, he moves to London to cool off with his sister and her husband, Steve (Marc Warren). But Matt quickly gets back into trouble when he becomes friends with Steve's younger brother, Pete (Charlie Hunnam), who belongs to a pack of football hooligans.

 

 


The Shaggy Dog(Chlpatý pes) - Family comedy by Brian Robbins. Dave (Tim Allen), an assistant district attorney prosecuting a case involving the use of laboratory animals, is bitten by a 300-year-old dog from Tibet, causing him to periodically turn into a sheep dog as he tries to take care of his family.

The Omen (Satan prichádza) - Horror by John Moore. A remake of the psychologically thrilling horror classic from 1976. Liev Schreiber stars as Robert Thorn, an American ambassador who gradually comes to the conclusion that his son is literally the devil incarnate. As he decides to kill his son to save the world, the

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