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.
“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.”
Campaigners are planning to storm a library threatened with closure and hire so many items its shelves will be cleared in a ‘’book raid’’.
Corrosive substance kits are soon to be provided throughout Colchester town centre. The new safety initiative, headed by Safer Colchester Partnership, aims to offer immediate first aid to victims of corrosive substance attacks.
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.
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.
Amid shop and restaurant chain closures and the seemingly inevitable death of the high street, Colchester town aims to regenerate Britain’s oldest town with its latest series of reform plans.