Harlech castle, North Wales

Snowdonia: sheep, dragon and hills

Spending holidays is a very good subject to know a person by. This can actually tell you more about their behaviour than meeting them in their day-to-day routine. When people are off the hook, they tend to behave differently. It’s neither bad or good, they simply let their more secretive side off the leash. It ranges from simply amplifying their normal behaviour, getting even lazier to feeling a fresh breeze on what was locked down for a longer while. Continue reading →

New Horizons 2019

New Horizons 2019: Cinema that moves you

In the era of blockbusters, reboots and recurring ideas, film festivals such as New Horizons is something fresh and liberating. You can stop looking at film business through the money race and breathe in pure creativity. Continue reading →

Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie at SDCC 2019

SDCC 2019: The Masterpost

San Diego Comic-Con is the biggest pop-cultural event on the planet Earth and so it is a duty of each geek to get out from it as much as possible. Sadly, only a small percentage of us have the privilege to attend it and the rest of us have to feed on scraps found here and there on the Internet (God bless you, Internet!). Continue reading →

Rocketman - Elton John biopic starring Taron Egerton

Rocketman: I’m Still Standing

I cannot say I’ve been the biggest fan of Elton John, but I did love his music my whole life. Knowing his full story was never a thing to be bothered with. I knew the music, some basic facts. Usually, this is enough. I try to enjoy the creativity of people instead of judging them. But last year, my interest in his biography increased because of… Bohemian Rhapsody. Continue reading →

Warsaw Comic Con V: Point of No Return

What is the definition of an event? Like… any event?

In my dictionary, it’s a gathering of people with something in common to spend time together. The event definitely should have a cause like a performance, a person of interest… Something unusual. It should be more or less organized: have time and place set, activities planned and, obviously, people gathered. Just a simple thought.
More the people the harder it is to organize something. That is clear. One person multiplies the number of variables and the more variables the harder the equation. Apparently, the equation Warsaw Comic-Con organizers faced has been too hard to solve. Or so it seems.

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