The Spotlight

SHOWGIRLS (M) - A pathetic tale of a stripper on her way to the top of the porn world. Starring Elizabeth Berkley and Kyle MacLachlan. (Showgirls)

THE BIRDCAGE (C) - Robin Williams and Nathan Lane as drag-queen lovers in a remake of "La Cage aux Folles". Gene Hackman is hilarious as the ultra-conservative senator. (Vtačia klietka)

THE LAST DANCE (D) - From the director of "Driving Miss Daisy" comes this film starring Sharon Stone (Posledny tanec)

PRIMAL FEAR (D) - Richard Gere shows two very different sides in this drama as a Chicago attorney who faces a new case that he may not survive. Well directed by Gregory Hoblit. (Privotný strach)

LEAVING LAS VEGAS (S) - An excellent film full of Oscar winners and nominees, including Nicholas Cage and Elisabeth Shue. A romantic story taken from John O'Brien's bestselling novel. (Leaving Las Vegas)

APOCALYPSE NOW (D) - Return of the original classic directed by Francis Ford Coppolla about the trenches of the Vietnam War. Starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando and many others. (Apokalypsa)

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL (D) - From the bestselling novel, Robert Redford and Michelle Pfeiffer are reporters who meet in a TV studio, fall in love and encounter tragedy. (Intímne detaily)

BABE (F) - A suprisingly excellent tale of and ordinary farmyard pig. Supporting actors from Australia are excellent. (Babe)

THE HUDSUCKER PROXY (C) - Remake of the original starring Tim Robbins as an up an coming executive fostered by business veteran Paul Newman. (Záskok)

DOWN PERISCOPE (C) - A wacky submarine comedy starring Leslie Nielson and SNL's Rob Schneider. (Periskop hore a dolu)

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