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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
(Terminator 3: Vzbura strojov)
- Sci-fi/action
by Jonathan Mostow.
Nearly a decade after SkyNet sent back
the T-1000, young John Connor (Nick Stahl) faces
a female Terminator, the T-X (Kristianna Loken),
with power over all machines.
But John has another protector: A new T-800 unit Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent
back through time to help guide John through
the coming battle.



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Down with Love (Kašlem na lásku) - Romance/comedy by Peyton Reed. Barbara Novak (Renée Zellweger) hits New York City with her new book Down With Lovea pre-feminist manifesto on saying "no" to love and "yes" to career, empowerment and sex.
As the book rockets to the top of the bestseller charts, she becomes the target of ace journalist and ladies man Catcher "Catch" Block (Ewan McGregor), who is determined to take her staunch attitude down a peg or two.

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Auto Focus - Drama by Paul Schrader. An absorbing glimpse into the colourful life and mysterious death of actor


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Bob Crane (Greg Kinnear).
Handsome and charming, Crane became well known as the star of TV comedy Hogan's Heroes (1965-1971). Capitalizing on his fame, Crane dove into the freewheeling spirit of the times with relish, having affairs with numerous women. Eventually, Crane teamed up with video technician John Carpenter (Willem Dafoe) to document his exploits.

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 increases.


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But only until she comes across another murderess and Chicago chorus girl, Roxie Hart (Renée Zellweger).

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 higher: The suspect he is investigating is his own son (James Franco).

Bringing Down the House (Neserte nám pestúnku!) - Romantic comedy by Adam Shankman. Peter Sanderson (Steve Martin) is a divorced, uptight attorney who still loves


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his ex-wife (Jean Smart) and can't figure out what he did wrong to make her leave him. However, Peter's trying to move on, and he's smitten with a brainy, bombshell barrister he's been chatting with on-line. But when she comes to his house for their first "face-to-face", she isn't refined, and not even a lawyer. Instead, she's a prison escapee who's proclaiming her innocence and wants Peter to help clear her name.

Top stories

State insulation falls behind expectations, ministry widens support

Only 134 homeowners in the first round and 62 in the second applied for a subsidy via the insulation programme.

Only 134 homeowners in the first round and 62 in the second applied for a subsidy via the state insulation programme. Illustration stock photo

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Some municipalities want to re-think the fee.

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