Talk about a great action duo! Ryan Gosling versus Chris Evans; the Blade Runner VS. Captain America. This is the kind of action rivalry we don’t get much these days, at least not since the Face/Off in 1997, when John Travolta and Nicolas Cage made it so great. It was only a matter of time before we got a good action flick with Gosling, as … Continue reading ‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment
Let me be honest. I reviewed a couple of episodes of WandaVision, and I was never really hooked during the show’s entire 9 episodes runtime. It had a slow start and it lacked that spark that makes all MCU films shine. Well, I’m pleased to say that the spark is back in an AMAZING fashion in that first episode of The Falcon and the Winter … Continue reading ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Episode 1 Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
After a premiere that left many of us confused, intrigued and borderline disappointed depending on who you asked, WandaVision‘s third episode is now on Disney +, as a replacement for the Mandalorian ‘Friday hype’. I thought that this one would probably deliver a little more of the show’s promises, but just to realize that we are pretty much in similar grounds as the first two … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Episode 3 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment
This film, with a budget of $350-400 million, is really the cinematic event of the decade. With over 20 films over 11 years leading up to it, Avengers: Endgame ties together the (arguably) only successful cinematic universe in a truly incredible spectacle. Again directed by the Russo Brothers and written by Jack Kirby, Stan Lee (character writing credits) and Stephen McFeely (Captain America: Civil War, … Continue reading ‘Avengers: Endgame’ SPOILER FREE Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
When I saw Captain Marvel, I was thrilled. I was entertained, engrossed, and had a very satisfying movie going experience. Still, while sitting back, I couldn’t help but shake the feeling I’d done this before. The characters seemed familiar, the action scenes felt worn, and the plot felt like a road I’d traveled many times already. This was a movie I’d already seen. Now many of … Continue reading Marvel’s Oversaturation Problem – ScreenHub Entertainment
With 2018 behind us, we can already begin looking towards the future. The great thing about being a cinefile is that there’s always something to look forward to and by the looks of it, 2019 is going to be one heck of a year for movies. Like 2018, it’ll be a year of familiar properties, but there’s also a slew of original and fresh material … Continue reading Why 2019 Will Be A Great Year for Film: ScreenHub Entertainment’s 20 Most Anticipated Films
We apparently all saw Avengers Infinity War, as it crushed Star Wars The Force Awakens for highest opening at the box office. Since we’re so familiar with the film and it’s outcome, you likely know that not everyone came out alive at the end of the film. So what happens now as we look to the yet untitled Avengers 4 and Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? While the main answer may be obvious, the alternative is quite radical and exciting.
Avengers: Infinity War is in theaters now and it’s blowing audiences away. It’s been ten years for the MCU now and six years since Thanos was revealed to be the mastermind behind the New York Attack. Well, Thanos is finally here and he’s not messing around. Things went down in the third Avengers film and some of it audiences likely didn’t see coming. The board has been reset and what comes next is anybody’s guess at this point. But in the midst of all the turmoil, some questions arise that will likely be answered in the untitled fourth Avengers film.
(Disclaimer: This post contains spoilers for every MCU film other than Guardians of The Galaxy 2, Iron Man 2 & 3, Ant-Man, and Thor but only under the headings of the title of each film.) Avengers: Infinity War has been 10 years, 17 films, and 21 seasons of TV in the making and, in case you haven’t been keeping up to date on it all, I have compiled … Continue reading A Quick Run-Down Of Vital MCU Events Leading Up To Infinity War – ScreenHub Entertainment
Avengers Infinity War is almost upon us and everyone seems to be talking about it. A film ten years in the making, people seem legitimately worried about the livelihood of some of these heroes and directors Joe and Anthony Russo aren’t helping, promising that no one is safe for this film. The MCU has been criticized for being “too safe” and “easy” in the past, but it looks like all that is about to go out the window now that Thanos is on the scene. Heck, they won’t even reveal the title of the fourth Avenger film for fear of upsetting people, as they stated fans should be worried. With all that mind in, let’s take a speculative look at who’s most likely to permanently bite the dust in the upcoming blockbuster epic.