This week's premieres
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Bulletproof Monk (Nepriestreľný mních) - Action/Comedy by Paul Hunter. Based on the comic book of the same name, the movie begins in the 1940s, as a Tibetan Buddhist monk, charged with protecting a mystical scroll, passes on his legacy to his pupil, who then takes the name Monk (Chow Yun-Fat). Six decades later, the Monk appears in America and crosses paths with tough city kid Kar (Seann William Scott).
Aberdeen - Drama by Hans Petter Moland. Kaisa (Lena Headey) is a young Scottish woman working in a highly respected London law firm.
After a telephone call from her mother, Kaisa is ordered to go to Norway to bring her alcoholic father, Tomas (Stellan Skarsgĺrd),
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back to Aberdeen, where he has promised to try an experimental detox program.
Other movies playing
When Harry Met Lloyd: Dumb and Dumberer (Blbý a ešte blbší: Ako sa stretli) - Comedy by Troy Miller. The prequel to Dumb and Dumber, sees the return of two of Hollywood's premiere goofballs. This time around, Harry and Lloyd are in their formative high school years, when they band together with a group of slow learning students to try and crack "the big show," otherwise known as mainstream high school.
Femme Fatale - Thriller by Brian De Palma. A perfect beauty, Laure Ash (Rebecca Romijn-Stamos), plays a crucial role in a jewel theft. She later goes straight, turning into a respectable married woman, and captures the attention of ex-paparazzo (Antonio Banderas), whose camera reveals her past.
2. Sep 2003 at 0:00