Why “Legends of Tomorrow” is important for Arrowverse

Today is exactly one month before the new CW TV show “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” premieres. So I just wanted to have a quick glance at it and understand how different it is from “Arrow” and “The Flash”, and why now is the best time for it to start. Beware, there are spoilers ahead. First … More Why “Legends of Tomorrow” is important for Arrowverse

Spectre (2015)

As just a movie, it is a masterpiece. As part of James Bond’s series, it kind of sucks. First of all, I’d like to say a word about the movie’s music. The theme song sounds too much like Michael Jackson’s “Earth Song”, no wonder it was written in less than one hour period. And choosing … More Spectre (2015)

Empedocles of Acragas

Empedocles was not only philosopher, but also medic and physiologist, which had a big impact on his philosophical system. By the end of his life he had established a Sicilian school of medicine, which greatly influenced Plato and Aristotle. There is not as much originality in Empedocles as in other philosophers of his time. He … More Empedocles of Acragas

Heraclitus. The Riddler

Heraclitus has only written one book, which is, like Anaximander’s, called “On Nature”. His work was divided into three discourses – first on universe, second on politics, and third on theology. His book was filled with wordplays, paradoxes and puzzles, so that expressions “would have meaning beyond the obvious”. For this Heraclitus had been nicknamed … More Heraclitus. The Riddler

Spy (2015)

I felt pretty strange while watching this movie. There were times when I just wanted to turn off that movie, but there were times when I couldn’t turn away from the screen. The problem is that the humor in this movie goes from very smart to very stupid. Those latter moments were, sure, a minority, … More Spy (2015)