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
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
This book has quite simply blown me away. If you fancy a read which will blow your mind with inspiration, and achievement, this book is definitely the one for you. I first discovered what an incredible lady Michelle Obama was back in 2011. When I watched her give a speech at Oxford University, which was followed by a question and answer session. I remember her … Continue reading ‘Becoming’ – Michelle Obama: Believe The Hype, This Is An Incredible Read! – ScreenHub Entertainment
Elevation the new novel by the legend who is an American writer, Stephen King. The book states it is a novel, but King fans are claiming it’s a novella. To be fair you can easily read Elevation in a weekend. It is a short read. But of course there is nothing wrong in that, just look at the Stephen King classic short story, The Body, … Continue reading Elevation – Stephen King: A Book Of Sweetness, Where Are The Scares!? – 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
TV has come a long way since the early days of I Love Lucy and The Love Boat. These days, in fact, a show like Game of Thrones sometimes garners more critical praise than the latest Oscar contender. Still, there’s something to be said for remembering television’s history, its early simplicity. Shows that can play on that simplicity in fresh ways can be every bit as enjoyable as the complicated and confusing critical darlings. Continue reading Un-complicating Television This Fall – ScreenHub Entertainment
When you say it out loud, The Meg sounds ridiculously dumb. The film is about a megalodon, a prehistoric shark that makes the Great White look like a goldfish coming back to haunt modern waters. The only thing in its way is Jason Statham and a group of marine biologists and engineers. And to be fair, the movie actually is pretty dumb. But it’s not as bad as I think we all thought it was going to be. Despite some horrendous writing, the movie actually turns out to a really fun/dumb movie and will be a treat for those who grew up on the monster and disaster films of the 90s.
Usually, when a film franchise reaches its sixth film, we as audience members tend to roll our eyes and say it’s a lack of creativity, they’re milking it and that it won’t be that good. And while that may be true of most film franchises, the same cannot be said of Mission: Impossible, which just released its sixth film, Fallout, this past weekend. The series is known best these days for the seemingly psychotic stunts actor Tom Cruise pulls and Fallout brings that fact to the next level.
The onset of 2018 brought its own set of disruptions that upset society’s normally peaceful façade. With such disorder came a surge of change that has yet to show any signs of slowing. Among these controversial conversations were political talks centred around a push for equality of all kinds – equality for racial minorities, for women, for the LGBT+ community. While none of these topics have emerged as novelty ideas, previously unfamiliar to humanity, their importance has been widely disregarded throughout history by people in positions of power. Politicians, the media, and the big businesses alike have turned a blind eye to the most marginalized groups in society; yet, as this new era dawns, many are determined to give prominence to those whose lives are too often neglected.
At a time when a musician’s image is arguably just as important as the actual work they produce, is it possible to separate person from music? This is question many are asking themselves right now, but the resulting answers seem to be cracking the very foundation of pop culture; people are not hesitant to give their opinions on the matter, falling victim to a divisive debate over the sensitive subject of morality and whether or not this has any place in the music industry.