It’s a difficult task to make a socially relevant movie set in the 80s that’s simultaneously a “feel-good movie”, but Gurinder Chadha (Bend it like Beckham) has somehow done it in this movie inspired by the true story of Sarfraz Manzoor, who co-wrote the script. Buy your tickets to ‘Blinded by the Light’ here! Not only do you get your tickets, but you’re helping ScreenHub … Continue reading ‘Blinded by the Light’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
The Dead Don’t Die is the latest film from Jim Jarmusch, director of Broken Flowers, Only Lovers Left Alive, and Paterson and it is probably one of the most unique and unusual films that I’ve seen this year. The biggest draw of the film is probably the cast. Bill Murray and Adam Driver take centre stage (this is Murray’s second film with Jarmusch) and the … Continue reading ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Bringing back Men In Black, 7 years after the last movie and 22 after the first, Men In Black: International renews the series, acting as both an effective reboot (new cast, new characters, new setting) and a sequel. It reunites Chris Hemsworth (In the Heart of the Sea, Cabin in the Woods) and Tessa Thompson (Creed, Annihilation) as Agents H & M (respectively) after their … Continue reading ‘Men In Black: International’ Spoiler Free 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
Written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (who previously worked together on Sugar and Half Nelson), Captain Marvel dropped today and does not disappoint. The movie welcomes back Samuel L Jackson (Pulp Fiction, The Hateful Eight) and Clark Gregg (Choke, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) as well as a new set of stars joining the MCU such as Brie Larson (The Room, Short Term 12), … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Directed and written by Wanuri Kahiu, a relative newcomer, Rafiki tells the story of two politicians’ daughters that strike up a relationship. All is not good, however, as the two struggle to deal with, amongst other things, their families’ rivalry and the potential jeopardising of their fathers’ careers. The film delves deep into their family issues while discussing social and political issues that the two … Continue reading ‘Rafiki’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Aquaman has been something of a running joke in comic book culture. He’s been ridiculed, parodied, and teased by fans and critics alike for decades, so the pressure was really on Warner Bros and DC to try to make the King of Atlantis cool for modern audiences. Zack Snyder found his Atleantean in Jason Momoa and sought to re-invent the character. We got our first … Continue reading ‘Aquaman’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
Spoiler free! Red Dead Redemption 2. Maybe you’ve heard of it. The blockbuster western has been making headlines lately, for its universal critical acclaim, it’s absurd attention to detail and for being the fastest selling piece of entertainment this year, even beating Avengers: Infinity War. The game has been out just over a week and the dust of excitement has started to settle down. But … Continue reading How ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’s Slower Pace Enhances The Game – ScreenHub Entertainment
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.
Absolutely everything today is public – every post, every text, every email, every tweet. In our internet-obsessed world, humanity is permanently connected through each individual’s digital footprint. It is no longer uncommon to wake up to a seemingly endless string of tweets made by anyone from world leaders to the primary faces of pop culture. However, at what point can we draw the line between free speech and ignorant oversharing? On May 29th, this sensitive issue was brought to light on a global scale and under unfortunate circumstances.