• Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


    You know those movies you watch a trailer of and you know - you *know* - they shoved into those two and a half minutes every single worthwhile thing the whole movie has to offer? Like, there is no point going to cinema as there just won't be anything more than that?

    The sequel to the ground-breaking "Into the Spider-Verse" is the opposite of that.

    I mean, the comic book juggernauts of recent decade kinda have to work like that…

  • The Sea Beast

    The Sea Beast


    This movie looks amazing.

  • Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion

    Pointless waste of time, filled with despicable characters who never change for the better.

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

    Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania


    The weakest of MCU movies so far. Another dimension - after outer space, time travel and multiple realities, we now have a quantum sub-universe (where almost everyone is still a bipedal humanoid) - added to the universe expanding so much that it barely holds together, with pretty yet boring visuals (seriously, how different is the quantum realm from all those Asgards, Knowheres and Atlantis?) and a new grand villain that is just underwhelming in his omnipotence.

    I get it that…

  • Murder Mystery 2

    Murder Mystery 2


    Less a murder mystery and more a action comedy than the first one, but still fun.

  • Imagine Me & You

    Imagine Me & You


    This movie replaces "Chasing Amy" on my list of favorite movies.

  • The Last of Sheila

    The Last of Sheila


    "Glass Onion" was heavily inspired by this. A very decent whodunnit (or rather, whodunnwhat?) that can be solved legitimately if you only pay a lot attention, pause, rewind, take notes etc.

  • Heathers: The Musical

    Heathers: The Musical


    So many people furious that they cut the song "Blue", but I listened to it, and while funny and cute, the one they put instead ("You're Welcome") is fucking amazing.

  • Heathers



    Well, this movie was fucking insane.

    I mean, I liked it. But it was insane. From the year of release and the cast with Wynona Rider, Christian Slater and Shannen Doherty I was expecting an 80s teenage comedy, with sex, parties, alcohol, bullies, nerds and popular girls. And I got all of that, but I didn't know it's going to be a dark comedy.

    Basically, I didn't expect people to die in this.

    But otherwise, it's a less grounded and more ridiculous "Lady Bird".

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2


    In preparation for Volume 3. Still the best MCU movie to date.

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

    Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


    Watched it again, with my daugher this time (8yo), with surprisingly decent Polish dubbing. Still loved it!

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

    Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


    Pure fun and cinematic joy in the likes of first "Pirates of the Caribbean" or the early MCU movies, plus a lot of D&D in-jokes ("You'll love my backstory!", "Why five questions?", the whole Paladin character). I couldn't help but imagine the players sitting around the table with their DM and just playing out this whimsical adventure, along with the in-party bickering, coming up with crazy ideas and the moment where the players screwed up so badly that the DM had to come up with a save from the thin air.

    I loved it and will be revisiting this movie many times again.