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  1. Within Temptation "The Heart of Everything" Full Album (2007). Man, this album rocks, near perfect, this is like the music I grew up with; effin nostalgia, man. Every song takes me back.
  2. I haven't watched that many movies, but Blair Witch franchise takes the cake as worst movies ever to exist.
  3. Trainspotting (1996). Let me start by saying, I never watched this movie and I did not know what I was getting in to. Needless to say, I did not expect what I saw at all. In general, it was not a pleasant watch, however, the movie kept me nevertheless entertained throughout its runtime. And that's actually not a small feat, because I seldom get so much invested in to movies, but this one, yeah, I was invested from the get go till the end. So much, that I found myself cursing at the actions of the... I can't really say protagonists or main heroes, because that would be absurd, there's no
  4. The Euquiliser 2 (2018) with Denzel Washington. Still as enjoyable as the first movie, however, almost half the movie passes till he gets to do his stuff, and the plot is kind of even more predictable then the previous movie. The only question left unanswered is 7.5/10
  5. That's... not an unpopular opinion actually; most people (even in real life) that I talked to did not much like the Hobbit movies. Hell, when I watched them I felt like I'm watching someone play a video-game (so much badly done CGI that took me out of the movie entirely).
  6. For the past few weeks didn't have time for any movies, sadly, but yesterday watched The Euquiliser (2014) with Denzel Washington. Wouldn't call it high-octane action as it was advertised once upon a time, but it was definitely entertaining, if, at times, predictable. Kinda in-between Jason Bourne and John Wick. 8/10
  7. In the beginning: "Wont Kara think after seeing a giant Tower Spaceship in the air that it's a delusion"? Me thinking to myself: "Most of the dialogue for the past two seasons was a delusion".
  8. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh [long brain freeze]. So, did I snooze out somewhere or they really did gloss over a major plot hole in this episode? Logically, there now should be two Karas and the space-time continuum should implode. Why? Because the Kara from the moment when police arrested everyone stowaway in the Legion's ship and ended in the past. She helped Brainy and Nia correct the past and went back with them in to the future (well, prior to the meteor shower). So, logically, there should be two Karas now. The one in the present timeline and the one from the past that got back in to the present
  9. OK, I'm again posting a Nightwish reference of their song (sorry, I know, gets on the nerves, I know...) So, in the song Scaretale (album Imaginaerum (2011)), there is a line in one of the song-closing lyrics: ...the Pendulum still sways for you... Referencing their ballad Poet and the Pendulum from their 2007 album Dark Passion Play. And the meaning behind it... well, the original song is about a poet, who is plagued by suicidal thoughts, but in the end finds things in the world and around him that makes him want to live (well, that's one of the interpretation, because I know that later-
  10. In my experience, anything that you were forced to read during school was painful, does not matter whether the books were actually good; the simple thing that it was in your curriculum and you had to write an essay about the book; maybe you were not in the mood; no teachers cared. But many years after, I took up books that I was forced to read in school at my own accord, and, what do you know, this time around, I actually liked them ;)
  11. Mostly local (national) musicians; that was even pre-COVID, because international music stars concerts are very pricey. From the international scene I've been to Scorpions, Nightwish or Elton John and with my parents went to see some Russian pop-stars like Gazmanov, Kirkorov or Meladzej, because they like them for some reason. Addendum, would have seen more Western musicians, but, alas... the tickets are always sold out within hours of announcement.
  12. I always like flash-back episodes about young Alex and Kara, because they always reminded me of Smallville, but this one... not particularly. Of course, Brainy, being a 12th level intellect gonna find a stupid-way to mingle with the past, not to mention Nia as well. Liked Cat Grant, though, she kinda looks like Calista Flockhart. But Alex being in college for two years now... um... I don't know, man, the actresses seemed hardly age from the previous seasons, or maybe, I'm just too used to seeing 30 somethings being portrayed as last school grade - first year uni students, but I just don't
  13. After much considerations, against my better judgement, decided to continue with the Witcher saga. Yesterday began the fifth book "Chrzest Ognia" (Baptism of Fire). I think that I'm gonna finish it in a couple of months time, cause Sapkowski, despite gradually increasing in quality with every book in the series, is still a dull writer.
  14. I'm just going to post my sort of review sort of impressions here as well: There are a lot of controversial opinions about this movie (at least on the websites I frequented recently), some say it's complete trash, some say its great. Those, that are saying it is complete trash, are fans of the game franchise unhappy that the movie is not following the game's lore. Those, that are saying it is good, are not fans of the game franchise and don't really care that the movie does not follow the game's lore. I, having watched only Mortal Kombat (1995), Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1998) and
  15. Mortal Kombat (2021). There are a lot of controversial opinions about this movie (at least on the websites I frequented recently), some say it's complete trash, some say its great. Those, that are saying it is complete trash, are fans of the game franchise unhappy that the movie is not following the game's lore. Those, that are saying it is good, are not fans of the game franchise and don't really care that the movie does not follow the game's lore. I, having watched only Mortal Kombat (1995), Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1998) and Mortal Kombat television series (I guess, 1999-2000), ten
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