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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter a Ohnivá čaša) - Fantasy by Mike Newell. Veteran English director Newell helms the fourth installment of the series, in which Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) deals with the added pressure of representing the Hogwarts School in a prestigious wizard tournament. As always, complications abound; Harry's scar begins to trouble him, and Hogwarts gains yet another frightening and mysterious teacher: Mad-Eye Moody (Brendan Gleeson).


Transporter 2 (Kuriér 2) - Action by Louis Leterrier. When Frank Martin (Jason Statham) transports the son of politician Jefferson Billings (Matthew Modine) to what was supposed to be a routine doctor's visit, he must unexpectedly fight against a deadly virus and the threat of terrorism.


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Flightplan (Letový plán)- Thriller by Robert Schwentke. Jodie Foster stars as Kyle, a woman who has a rude awakening on a transatlantic flight. Discovering that her daughter Julia (Marlene Lawston) has gone missing, she alerts the plane's staff, who claim that the young girl never even boarded the plane. To save Julia's life, Kyle must convince the pilot (Peter Sarsgaard) and flight attendants that she isn't insane.


A Sound of Thunder (Lovci dinosaurov) - Sci-Fi by Peter Hyams. Ray Bradbury's short story about the disastrous carelessness of time-traveling hunters gets adapted for the screen with Ben Kingsley,

photo: MagicBox Slovakia

Edward Burns, and Catherine McCormick.



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Danny the Dog (Odtrhnutý z reťaze) - Action by Louis Leterrier. French action master Luc Besson produced and wrote this film about Danny (Jet Li), a childlike man whose talent for fighting has been exploited by his greedy "owner" Bart (Bob Hoskins). When Danny is suddenly left on his own, he meets blind pianist Sam (Morgan Freeman), who shows him what being treated like a human - and not a dog - actually means.


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