As a Will Smith fan, I expected Gemini Man to be good, but it was even better than that. The storyline seemed new and hard to predict, while also presenting interesting moral questions that made you connect with the characters. The visual effects are amazing, and the fight scenes literally had me on the edge of my seat. I can’t describe it, without feeling like I’m giving too much away, but it’s perfect for the times and worth the egregious price to see it in theaters. Gemini Man gets my vote, and is definitely “Relatable”.
Top Boy is like if The Wire took place in London. It follows a group of friends that are clawing their way to become Top Boy on the block. The writing is incredible, along with the acting and soundtrack. Every episode is a story within itself that builds suspense, develops characters, and builds to the next. And maybe because I’m American, but something about their accents and slang make everything more interesting. Top Boy is “Relatable”, innit?!
The Boys is an Amazon Original show about the darker lives of superheroes. The show goes past the life saving and social posturing into the day to day lives of some elite heroes and how they effect normal people’s lives. Superheroes don’t always use their powers for good and The Boys is about what happens when they don’t. Whether you’re into comic books or just like peeling back the curtains, The Boys is definitely “Relatable”.
This show is like if Trailer Park Boys and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia had a baby in the UK. It’s hilarious, from the premises and philosophy down to the wardrobe and mannerisms. The show is about a group of guys who struggle to find their way, as they follow their passion of garage music and run a pirate radio station. Whether you are trying to binge watch a new show or just want something in the background while you scroll, People Just Do Nothing is definitely “Relatable”.