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Ryan Reynolds’ ‘The Adam Project’ takes new route in narrating the value of time

Ryan Reynolds’ ‘The Adam Project’ takes new route in narrating the value of time

Netflix’s time traveling film is adventure-packed and heartwarming

Netflix gave the members of the media a head start in watching its new movie “The Adam Project” starring Ryan Reynolds. The movie tells a story about a time-traveling pilot named Adam Reed who goes back in time to prevent a chaotic future. 

“The Adam Project” also stars Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner, who worked together in the 2004 movie “13 Going On 30,” as well as Zoe Zaldana who played Gamora in “Guardians of the Galaxy.” 

Because film director Shawn Levy also directed Ryan Reynolds in “Deadpool,” I couldn’t help but compare the movies. Although it had the same sarcastic humor which Ryan always brings to the table (or on screen), “The Adam Project” is a version where the protagonist had more heart. 

The Adam Project (L to R) Walker Scobell as Young Adam and Ryan Reynolds as Big Adam. Cr. Doane Gregory/Netflix © 2022

In this film, Shawn took a more future-forward scenario using realistic CGIs and exquisite SFX in unveiling how lost time can do more harm than good. He also narrated through the adventure-comedy film how one should reflect on current relationships and the importance of family time even if from time to time misunderstanding and falling out are inevitable. 

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“The Adam Project” will stream on Netflix come March 11, 2022. 

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