Fatherhood – Review

Fatherhood, starring Kevin Hart, playing slightly against type – is a good film; released on Netflix, it follows the story of Matthew Logelin, a man who very suddenly becomes a single parent in tragic circumstances; there are a number of sub-plots in the film as well, which work equally well, and the film rarely loses … Continue reading Fatherhood – Review

London Riots, Masculinity and speaking of nothing

Five years ago, sparked by allegations of police injustice, first London, then urban centres all over the United Kingdom exploded with riots. They were some of the biggest mass disturbances in the country since the turbulence of the 1980s when first Brixton rose up in rebellion, and later the wider country rebelled against Margaret Thatcher’s … Continue reading London Riots, Masculinity and speaking of nothing