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The Italian Job (Lúpež po taliansky) - Action/Thriller by F. Gary Gray. Inspired by the 1969 Michael Caine film of the same name, it depicts a gang of highly professional robbers who escape a heavily guarded palazzo in Venice with a car full of gold. However, a double-crosser (Edward Norton) steals the money and causes the death of one his colleagues. But, the team's mastermind (Mark Wahlberg) is ready for revenge.

Equilibrium - Action/Sci-fi by Kurt Wimmer. In a futuristic world, a strict regime has eliminated war by suppressing human emotions. Art is strictly forbidden, and feeling is a crime punishable by death. A top-ranking government agent (Christian Bale), who is responsible for destroying those who resist the rules, once misses his daily dose of a mind-altering drug that hinders emotion and thus becomes the only person capable of overthrowing the system.

A Man Apart (Kokaínový kartel) - Action/Drama by F. Gary Gray. Sean Vetter (Vin Diesel) and his partner Demetrius Hicks (Larenz Tate), members of the Drug Enforcement Administration, are fighting an ongoing drug war on the US-Mexican border. Being thugs who converted to cops, they use their street tactics to catch the leader, Diablo, of a notorious drug cartel.


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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 (Chow Yun-Fat). Six decades later, this pupil (now a monk) appears in America and crosses paths with tough city kid Kar (Seann William Scott).

Below (Hlbočina) - Sci-fi/Horror by David Twohy. In 1943 the crew of an American submarine rescues the survivors of a sunken British hospital ship. One of the survivors, a nurse (Olivia Williams), causes tension between the all-male crew from the moment she steps aboard. The commanding officer (Bruce Greenwood) must do his best to keep the unruly crew in line, as a series of spooky events occur.


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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), back to Aberdeen, where he has promised to try an experimental detox program.

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 who captures the attention of an ex-paparazzo (Antonio Banderas), whose camera reveals her past.


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Bowling for Columbine- Documentary by Michael Moore. A journey through America and its past that hopes to discover why the country's pursuit of happiness is so riddled with violence. Focusing mainly on the murders that happened at Columbine High School, the movie features interviews with rocker Marylin Manson and the creators of South Park.


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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). But John has another protector: A new T-800 Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent back through time to help guide John through the coming battle.

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