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Chicago - Musical/drama by Rob Marshall. Velma Kelley (Catherine Zeta-Jones) burns in the spotlight as a nightclub sensation. After shooting her philandering husband, she lands on Chicago's famed murderess row, retains Chicago's slickest lawyer Billy Flynn (Richard Gere), and her popularity is on the increase. But only until she comes across another murderess and Chicago chorus girl, Roxie Hart (Zellweger), who is also helped by Flynn. The film version of the Broadway hit, set in 1920s, won this year's Oscar for the best movie and best supporting actress.

Bruce Almighty (Bruce všemohúci) - Fantasy/comedy by Tom Shadyac. The movie stars Jim Carrey as Bruce Nolan, a TV reporter in Buffalo, New York, who complains about everything. His life is a constant disappointment. While he dreams of making it to the position of an anchor, he complains about being assigned silly "human interest" stories, although they made him popular. One day he yells at God (Morgan Freeman) for doing such a lousy job, and God responds by giving him his job, endowing Bruce with all of his divine powers.

City by the Sea (Hodina pravdy) - Drama by Michael Caton-Jones. New York City homicide detective (Robert De Niro) has forged a long and distinguished career in law enforcement, making a name for himself as a man intensely committed to his work. But on his latest case, the stakes are much higher:ç The suspect he is investigating is his own son (James Franco).


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What a Girl Wants (Po čom dievča túži) - Romance/comedy by Dennie Gordon. Daphne (Amada Bynes), a spirited young American girl, yearns to meet the father she's never known - the man her bohemian mother (Kelly Preston) considers to be the great love of her life. Determined to find her absentee dad and prove that love can conquer all, Daphne impulsively journeys to London, where she discovers that her father is none other than Lord Henry Dashwood (Colin Firth), an influential aristocratic politician.

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