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Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (Telo na telo) - Action thriller by Kaos. A former FBI agent (Antonio Banderas) returns to the secret service when he finds out that his supposedly dead wife is still alive. Based on a video game.
Maid in Manhattan (Kráska z Manhattanu) - Romantic comedy by Wayne Wang. Marisa (Jennifer Lopez), an independent single mother, works in a high-class hotel and by chance meets Christopher Marshall (Ralph Fiennes), a good-looking heir to a rich and influential family. The two fall in love, and Marisa, whose real background is unknown, gains insight into the life of a man she would otherwise not even look at.

This week's premieres

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (Telo na telo) - Action thriller by Kaos. A former FBI agent (Antonio Banderas) returns to the secret service when he finds out that his supposedly dead wife is still alive. Based on a video game.


JENNIFER Lopez falls in love with Ralph Fiennes.
photo: Itafilm

Maid in Manhattan (Kráska z Manhattanu)- Romantic comedy by Wayne Wang. Marisa (Jennifer Lopez), an independent single mother, works in a high-class hotel and by chance meets Christopher Marshall (Ralph Fiennes), a good-looking heir to a rich and influential family. The two fall in love, and Marisa, whose real background is unknown, gains insight into the life of a man she would otherwise not even look at.


CHAN and Wilson, partners again in Shanghai Knights.
photo: Saturn Entertainment

Shanghai Knights (Šanghajskí rytieri) - Action comedy by David Dobkin. The two characters from Shanghai Noon, Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) and Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson), come back to turn London upside down. They uncover a worldwide conspiracy against the royal family and avenge Wang's father's death.

The Core (Jadro) - Sci-fi action by Jon Amiel. When 17 people suddenly drop dead in Boston, a geophysicist and an atomic weapons expert have to find out if the deaths are due to a covert enemy electromagnetic weapon. They discover that the earth's inner core has stopped rotating, causing the planet's electromagnetic field to rapidly deteriorate. A team of "terranauts" is put together to journey to the centre of the earth.

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