Bond 60 – James Bond Actors ULTIMATE Ranking – ScreenHub Entertainment

October 2022 marks the official Bond 60 celebrations around the world, as Dr. No came out on October 6th, 1962. To continue our James Bond 007 editorial, I have decided to write an official (and surely divisive) ranking of the six actors who wore the tuxedo in the last decades. While each of them played Bond in a distinct way, it’s important to mention that … Continue reading Bond 60 – James Bond Actors ULTIMATE Ranking – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Kid Cudi’s newest album, Entergalactic dropped this past Friday alongside the animated 93-minute feature by the same name. Surprisingly, I didn’t see any information about the music side of the project but like many others, I found the show because of the buzz around the animation (following in the footsteps of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with similar visuals).  The special stars Kid Cudi, credited as … Continue reading ‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

On His Majesty’s Secret Service: The Reinvention of James Bond – ScreenHub Entertainment

*Warning, there will be full spoilers for No Time to Die (2021) BELOW! 2022 is the year of the 60th anniversary of the official James Bond movie franchise since the first movie adaption of the Ian Fleming novels in 1962 with Dr. No. A year since the latest James Bond installment, No Time to Die, opened in cinema after such a long wait, fans had … Continue reading On His Majesty’s Secret Service: The Reinvention of James Bond – ScreenHub Entertainment

Revisiting ‘Jackie Brown’, An Underrated Classic From Quentin Tarantino – ScreenHub Entertainment

The third film from the iconic Quentin Tarantino, Jackie Brown (1997), is now 25 years old this year! After Pulp Fiction (1994) validated Tarantino as one of the great American filmmakers at the Cannes Film Festival, the following project would prove to his fanbase that he is capable of being versatile in the terms of tone and subject matter. It’s important to point out that … Continue reading Revisiting ‘Jackie Brown’, An Underrated Classic From Quentin Tarantino – ScreenHub Entertainment

He’s No Hellblazer: Why Keanu Reeves Shouldn’t Play Constantine in the DCEU [Updated] – ScreenHub Entertainment

As much as I am a fan, here are some reasons that Keanu Reeves playing Constantine again would be a very, very bad idea
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‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’m going to keep things spoiler-free overall, but I do feel I have to talk about one element about the villain so I’m flagging the article with a spoiler and will mark the paragraph in question with an alert. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero may have a dumb name, but it opened at number one at the US box office. Despite launching in the 80s, … Continue reading ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Beast’ Is A Refreshingly Restrained Thriller – ScreenHub Entertainment

One of the things I really miss in modern movies are moderately budgeted films. There was a time when films with budgets of over 100 million were a rarity, much less seeing multiple such films churned out year after year. While one must congratulate studios who were able to perfect such a formula and keep it going for fifteen years now, it has come at … Continue reading ‘Beast’ Is A Refreshingly Restrained Thriller – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review

Bullet Train feels like a movie from a different era. Specifically, it feels like a mid-2000s action movie, Smokin’ Aces very much comes to mind, with a dash of early Guy Ritchie and a sprinkle of Tarantino for flavour. Coming to us from David Leitch, who has co-directed the first John Wick and has since gone on to direct Deadpool 2, Hobbs and Shaw and … Continue reading ‘Bullet Train’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Review