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King Kong - Adventure by Peter Jackson. For his first post-Lord of the Rings film, Peter Jackson remakes the classic monster movie about a giant misunderstood gorilla and the woman he loves. Naomi Watts plays Ann Darrow, the recipient of Kong's affections. Jack Black and Adrien Brody also star.

 

 


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Just Like Heaven (A čo ak je to pravda?)- Comedy by Mark S Waters. In the fifth movie from the director of Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, Reese Witherspoon plays Elizabeth, an overworked medical resident whose spirit remains alive after she dies in a car crash. When David (Mark Ruffalo) moves into her apartment, Elizabeth tries to force him to leave. But what begins as a battle between a woman's spirit and a living man becomes a potential love affair.


 


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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.

 

 


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.


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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter a ohnivá čaša) - Fantasy by Mike Newell. A number of difficulties, including a dangerous wizard tournament, face Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) during his fourth year at Hogwarts School. But the real focus in what is maybe the best (and certainly the funniest) Harry Potter movie so far is teenage turmoil.

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