‘Relevant, intriguing, though utterly bonkers’ – Sorry to Bother You review

Boots Riley’s daring debut starts as a fresh, darkly humoured, and eye-opening commentary on racism, capitalism, slavery and the American Dream.  Though not perfect, it was a risky start for a promising director. Here is my review, beware of minor spoilers.

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The truth behind football academies – Interview with Harry Pettitt

“Young boys and girls can be and have been mentally destroyed by academies. Football is a tough sport to break into and it is heartbreaking but the way academies are run really amplifies the heartbreak. They are completely remorseless.”

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Feature: Why do football fans continue supporting low-league teams?

I am not a football fan. I never have been and never will be. However, I am surrounded by football fans and here is something I bet every non-football fan in the UK can agree with: when a game is on their ranks will fill up trains, their cars will line every street within a two mile radius of a stadium, and you will hear the chants coming from every nook and cranny of a town or city centre.

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The man without fear is back! – Daredevil season 3: review

Just a few days after the dramatic cancellation of Netflix’s Iron Fist and Luke Cage, Daredevil Season 3 certainly arrived at a worrying time with fans hoping for another successful season lest the hit show also face the clearing. Fortunately, season 3 once again proved Daredevil to be the best out of Marvel’s attempts at a small screen presence. Here is my review, beware of spoilers.

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