Reviews

REVIEW: BBC’s Noughts and Crosses showcases a race flipped version of Britain

REVIEW: BBC’s Noughts and Crosses showcases a race flipped version of Britain

By Kudzai Chinembiri This six-part drama series derives from the established successful novel ‘Noughts and Crosses’ by black British author Malorie Blackman. The first episode of this compelling series sets the scene in a 21st-century Britain. We are taken to a fictional place in London, England named Albion where we see Native Africans (who are known as crosses) as the […]

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Tiger King: How Joe Exotic saved the world. (REVIEW)

Tiger King: How Joe Exotic saved the world. (REVIEW)

By Joe Greenough Hark, our saviour has come! In the stormy seas of Corona depression, Netflix has heard our call for help and thrown us the gun-toting, mullet-wearing, country-singing, polygamous life raft that is Joe Exotic to drag us back to sanity. Yet, as the 64 million households like mine that have fallen in love with the tiger king found […]

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