The Adam Project (2022) review

 

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At its core, The Adam Project is a story about time travel and adventure but it is also the story of a father and son. The plot follows Adam Reed as a fighter pilot from the future who travels back in time and meets his younger self. He is technically here to find and rescue the love of his life who is supposedly lost in a space-time glitch.

Adam lands in the time when he is 12-year-old and in the house where he grew up. But when Adam sees his younger self, he doesn’t like him. The younger Adam has just lost his father and is in grief. He often gets into trouble at school and finds it difficult to come to terms with his father’s death. The older Adam, on the other hand, has learned to deal with his dad’s absence from his life and that has led to some resentment.

Despite all the differences, the young and the adult versions of him try to work as a team to find their father. For one, Adam needs to save the future of the Earth from a threat, and to do that he must change a few things in his past. While he does that, he also realizes that he has to come to terms with his past life and make things right for himself and for the world. Not a lot about the mission is disclosed, but from what we see in the trailer, it seems like the two Adams have a lot of challenges and dangerous enemies to deal with. They have to learn to work with each other to be able to fight through and save the day.

Past meets future.

After accidentally crash-landing in 2022, time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed teams up with his 12-year-old self on a mission to save the future.

The Adam Project (2022)

·         Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi

·         Release Date: Mar 11, 2022 (United States)

·         Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell, Zoe Saldana

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·         Language: English

·         Subtitle Language: English

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Ryan ReynoldsMark RuffaloJennifer GarnerWalker ScobellZoe SaldaƱaCatherine KeenerAlex Mallari Jr.

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Synopsis

Adam Reed, age 13, and still grieving the sudden death of his father a year earlier, walks into his garage one night to find a wounded pilot hiding there. This mysterious pilot turns out to be the older version of himself from the future, where time travel is in its infancy. He has risked everything to come back in time on a secret mission. Together they must embark on an adventure into the past to find their father, set things right, and save the world. The three working together, both young and grown Adam come to terms with the loss of their father and have a chance to heal the wounds that have shaped them. Adding to the challenge of the mission, the two Adams discover they really don't like each other very much, and if they're going to save the world, they're first going to have to figure out how to get along.

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Movie Reviews

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Greetings again from the darkness. At a certain age, most of us have given some thought to what we might say to our younger self if we had the opportunity to go back in time. The familiar phrase goes, "Hindsight is 20/20", but what if we had foresight? What if we knew the best choices to make, and the bad decisions to avoid? Director Shawn Levy (the "Night at the Museum" franchise) reunites with his FREE GUY (2021) actor, Ryan Reynolds, to bring us a crowd-pleasing time travel movie with a personal twist. The script was co-written by Jonathan Tropper ("Banshee" creator), TS Nowlin ("The Maze Runner" franchise), and Jennifer Flackett ("Big Mouth").

Twelve-year-old Adam (Walker Scobell in his first film) is the kind of wisecracking kid that attracts bullies at school. He lives with his mother (Jennifer Garner), and they are both still mourning his dad who died in a car crash. Ms. Garner is saddled with the film's most obvious line when she lectures young Adam, "... the future is coming sooner than you think." When adolescent Adam stumbles on an injured astronaut in the garage, it takes a while before he figures out that it's actually his own self from the future (2050 vs 2022). When you have a wisecracking 12-year-old, it's only perfect casting to have wisecracking master Ryan Reynolds play the older version. Despite some early friction, or maybe because of it, the two enjoy playing off each other with snappy one-liners and comebacks.

As with most time travel stories, things get a bit complicated, and the only solution involves taking a bigger risk and adding more complications. Not to give anything away, but the two Adams are forced to make a joint time-jump to find dear old dad, Professor Louis Reed (Mark Ruffalo). The purpose is not to save dad's life, but for other personal reasons that involve Zoe Saldana as Laura, and Catherine Keener (miscast as the villain) as Maya, Professor Reed's not so ethical business partner. It's this section that offers the most action and tension, although the film is best delivering for the audience when the wisecracks are flying between Reynolds, Ruffalo, and Scobell).

Director Levy has constructed a charming film that proves quite entertaining for mainstream audiences, and he adds little touches like a family dog named Hawking, and classic rock from Led Zeppelin, Spencer Davis Group, Boston, and Pete Townsend. He even avoids the temptation to add a line of dialogue, "Hey Dad, wanna have a catch?" Outside of one sequence, the special effects are minimal considering it's a time travel movie, and at its heart, it's a story about coming to grips with family and who you are as a person.

The Adam Project

5/10 - Shawn Levy/Ryan Reynolds' follow-up to the surprisingly good Free Guy is a bit lackluster with a confusing and not fully thought-out sci-fi plot that is at its best in its moments of heart (but could have gone so much further with it)

So much fun, captures the spirit of an 80s sci-fi family film!

The Adam Project is a must see movie, it's such a delight and so entertaining! I truly loved it, it felt like a modern approach to an 80s sci-fi family film such as "ET", "The Last Starfighter" and "Back to the Future". Shawn Levy captures that spirit so well, and while he doesn't completely reinvent the wheel, he infuses this film with a lot of heart and some great entertainment value. It's a film that would make Spielberg proud, so deep in its veins is the essence of vintage Amblin. I like how while Levy used these comfortable retro elements he also did add in more modern sensibilities and gave it a futuristic feel, he makes it it's own thing while reminding us of movies we love. And oh boy, do I ever love Shawn Levy and Ryan Reynolds teaming up! First "Free Guy" (which I loved) and now this (which I love even more)! Ryan Reynolds is in his best form here, much like in "Free Guy" this is his best work outside of "Deadpool". What truly surprised me was that we got two Reynolds performances in this - one from Reynolds himself and one from young Walker Scobell who was truly incredible here! He matched Reynolds' personality and comedic style so well, and really held his own against Reynolds like a seasoned comedic actor! Their banter was so much fun, and Scobell's delivery felt exactly like Reynolds. Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner and Zoe SaldaƱa were also excellent and helped bring about some perfect emotional moments. I loved the chemistry between the cast - it couldn't have been better! While this isn't a great "film" by technical standards it's just so enjoyable and fun, it's all around good! It's so funny, has some great action, and even has some nice emotional moments that had me tearing up! This film emotionally resonates on a level Hollywood has been trying to return to for years, it's so well handled! It's thoughtful, witty and delightful, just such a wholesome and enjoyable film! I also loved the soundtrack, it had some great 80s songs mixed in! This movie was such a good time, it tells such a heartfelt and sweet story that I had so much fun with! It's truly better than most Netflix movies (it deserves so much more than Netflix... it should be a theatrical one!), and I would highly recommend checking it out! It's super entertaining, charming and has loads of spirit and heart! Trust me, you'll love it!

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