‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ Review: Disney Animation Studio’s Scintillating Showcase of Southeast Asian Cultures and Female Companionship

Brimming with sumptuous visuals, presenting a stimulating mythology built upon East Asian cultural facets, showcasing a vibrant and very likeable set of characters superbly voiced by the cast, and promoting a valuable message to a young audience, Raya and the Last Dragon ticks almost all the boxes when it comes to family entertainment.

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Review: An Absorbing Biographical Drama with Memorable Turns from its Cast

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ serves as an enthralling illustration of the complex dynamics apparent in a revolutionary organisation’s struggle against oppression.

‘It’s a Sin’ Review: Russell T Davies’s Channel 4 Drama is a Vibrant and Sincere Depiction of the HIV/AIDS Crisis in 1980s Britain

Writer and creator Russell T Davies neither downplays the topic of the HIV/AIDS crisis nor indulges in excessive sentimentality, and ends up creating a show that is simultaneously thoroughly entertaining and extremely moving.