‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ SPOILER Review-ScreenHub Entertainment

Due to the nature of this film’s divisive reviews and what happens in the film, I feel it’ll be a lot more beneficial to review Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald by diving into some of the spoilers. For that, you have been warned. Crimes of Grindelwald is the second film in the five-film Harry Potter prequel series. Eddie Redmayne returns as Newt Scamander, the … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ SPOILER Review-ScreenHub Entertainment

What It Really Meant When Han Was Given The Name “Solo”-ScreenHub Entertainment

One of the cringiest moments in Solo: A Star Wars Story came early on in the film. On the run from a group of local gangsters, Han sees the Empire as a way off Coreillia-his home planet-and decides to enlist as a pilot. The recruitment officer asks for his information, specifically his name. When he asks for Han’s surname, the name of his people, his … Continue reading What It Really Meant When Han Was Given The Name “Solo”-ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it was announced that the Harry Potter universe would dial the clock back and head to the 1920s to tell a prequel trilogy, I was a bit concerned. I grew to be even more concerned when the planned trilogy expanded by two more films. How could they make five films about the in-universe textbook called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them? So I … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Happiness And The Self: The Philosophy Of Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Disclaimer: This post contains spoilers for Spike Jonze’s Her. Her, written and directed by Spike Jonze (Jackass, Being John Malkovich), is one of the few films with a runtime of over 2 hours that truly uses it. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Scarlett Johansson, Rooney Mara, and Chris Pratt, Her brings in an all-star cast and delivers some of the best subtle and emotional performances in film. … Continue reading Happiness And The Self: The Philosophy Of Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Blade Runner Legacy: Six Shows That Rival the Dystopian Classic – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since gaining popularity in the mid-90s, Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner has been viewed by many as the first and last word in sci-fi. Its depiction of a polluted, rain-soaked, and crime-ridden future gave us a textured world that revolutionized the dystopian sub-genre. Blade Runner’s iconic take on the world of tomorrow may remain unmatched in the cinematic universe, but that does not mean it … Continue reading The Blade Runner Legacy: Six Shows That Rival the Dystopian Classic – ScreenHub Entertainment

1001 Movies: All Quiet On The Western Front – ScreenHub Entertainment

Title: All Quiet on the Western Front Director: Lewis Milestone Year: 1930 Length: 2h 21 min Genre: War Country: USA Rating: PG   Lest We Forget With Remembrance Day celebrating its 100th anniversary, I felt it only fitting to watch what was considered one of the greatest War movies of all time. All Quiet on the Western Front tells the story of the disillusionment of … Continue reading 1001 Movies: All Quiet On The Western Front – ScreenHub Entertainment

One Year Later: ‘Thor Ragnarok’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Welcome to One Year Later, a new series where we examine popular, newsworthy, divisive or misunderstood movies one year after they’ve been released to see how they’ve fared in an extended re-review. Our first entry comes from the 2017 smash hit film Thor Ragnarok, directed by Taika Watiti. The film was met with critical acclaim and made boatloads of money, $853, 977,126 worldwide to be … Continue reading One Year Later: ‘Thor Ragnarok’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Stop Worrying About the New Doctor Who; Worry Over the New Showrunner-ScreenHub Entertainment

An extraordinary amount has been said over the last 15 months about the new Doctor Who, Jodie Whitaker. The nastiest corners of this conversation have included debates over the suitability of choosing a woman for the role, but there have also been a great many thoughtful discussions about Whitaker herself, how the character has been re-imagined for its 13th incarnation, and why it’s about time the … Continue reading Stop Worrying About the New Doctor Who; Worry Over the New Showrunner-ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Outlaw King is the tale of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots circa 1306 as he rallies the common folk to his cause to fight the English. If that sounds a little familiar, you wouldn’t be wrong. The film is essentially a sequel to the 1995 acclaimed (but historically inaccurate) film Braveheart. Outlaw King made it’s debut at TIFF earlier this year to lukewarm reviews. Since then, … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

1001 Movies: A Brighter Summer Day – ScreenHub Entertainment

Title: A Brighter Summer Day Director: Edward Yang Year: 1991 Length: 3hrs 57 min Genre: Drama/Crime/Romance Country: Taiwan Language: Mandarin Rating: Unrated in North America   WARNING: MILD SPOILERS AHEAD   Gu ling jie shao nian sha ren shi jian Deep in the heart of the early 60s lied a community of Chinese descendants pushed away from their home country by Japanese occupancy and living … Continue reading 1001 Movies: A Brighter Summer Day – ScreenHub Entertainment