Hello! While I'm definitely more of a mainstream pictures kinda cinephile, I'm not against more arty/experimental films. Darren Aronofsky represents both: while his style is very much unique, his name is well-known to even the most casual moviegoers. Let's see what his latest movie - mother! - has to offer. IMDb summary: A couple's relationship is … Continue reading Movie review: mother!
Hello! Moving to a different country (Scotland) really made me appreciate my home country (Lithuania) more. So, this summer, I tried my best to see more of it - especially its nature. Hence, on Saturday, I took some time to visit the newly established Treetop Walking Path near the town of Anyksciai. It is basically … Continue reading Sightseeing: Treetop Walking Path, Anyksciai, Lithuania
Hi! Welcome to another sightseeing post. This time, I will show you a few photos of my native country of Lithuania, especially the snaps that I took while visiting Kaunas Reservoirs/Regional Park. Since I no longer live in Lithuania during the majority of the year, I cherish each and every moment that I spend exploring … Continue reading Sightseeing: Kaunas Reservoir Regional Park
Hello! Welcome to the 4th comic book movie review of 2016! This time, we are discussing the latest entry into the X-Men franchise - Apocalypse. IMDb summary: With the emergence of the world's first mutant, Apocalypse, the X-Men must unite to defeat his extinction level plan. Background X-Men was probably the first superhero trilogy that I … Continue reading Movie review: X-Men: Apocalypse
Hello! Greetings my dear readers! Summer is coming to a close, so I decided to spend the last warm days outside, hanging out with my family. I'll miss them and warm weather when I move to Scotland next month. On Sunday, I, my parents and my aunts as well as my little cousin went on a boat ride in … Continue reading Sightseeing: Kaunas Lagoon
Hello! This past weekend, I and a bunch of my friends went camping by the Plateliai lake (wiki). That lake and the whole Plateliai town (wiki) is a very special place for all the members of the swimming community, which I and most of my friends are a part of. 34 years ago, the first open … Continue reading Swimming Marathon: Platelee 2015
Hello! Let's take a break from big summer blockbusters and Hollywood comedies and review a British independent film Far from the Madding Crowd, which might be an awards contender later this year. To begin with, I would like to admit that I am a huge fan of British classical literature, I especially adore the novels … Continue reading Movie review: Far from the Madding Crowd