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The Spotlight

First Wives Club- Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton make a pact to empower themselves with a little revenge in this mischievously funny film. (Klub Odloženych Žien.)

The Glimmer Man- Steven Seagal hits the screen in a bang up thriller. (Sám proti zlu..)

Last Man Standing- An old-fashioned Western with Rambo-like violence starring Bruce Willis and eerie Christopher Walken. (Posledný Zostáva)

Ransom- Director Ron Howard almost delivers an intense action thriller with no real good guys. You would think with high-powered stars such as Mel Gibson and Renee Russo that after leaving the theater you would have more of an upbeat feeling than just, "that was OK." (Výkupné.)

Courage under Fire- Denzel Washington, Meg Ryan and Lou Diamond Phillips give stellar performances in a powerful drama about a female pilot (Ryan) who becomes the center of a controversy over a Gulf War medal. (Odvaha pod paľbou)

That Thing You Do- Tom Hanks directs, and stars in a look at what happens to a one-hit wonder rock and roll band in the sixties. Hanks wrote the film while all the hype for Forrest Gump was at its peak. It is a cute movie about unexpected fame, that will keep you tapping your knee. (To je náš hit!)

Barb Wire- Baywatch star Pamela Anderson stars in David Hogan's science-fiction action story. A sexy bar owner tries to save America from anarchy and civil war. (Nevolaj ma Zlatko!)

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Kiska will appoint new government on Thursday

The president reportedly asked for the dismissal of current Police Corps president; the interior minister nominee is ready to act.

Peter Pellegrini (l) and President Andrej Kiska (r)

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Peter Pellegrini

Blog: The promise we must make

While covering this month’s protests in Bratislava, I had a feeling of déjà vu. They reminded me of last year’s protests in Romania.

Dozens of thousands people attended the protest rally in Bratislava on March 9.

People will protest in streets again on March 23

The organisers of the gatherings met with the president, stressing the need to have an independent interior minister.

Andrej Kiska met with the representatives of the For a Decent Slovakia initiative.