Netflix is unlikely to win any awards for Project Adambut its new time travel adventure is the perfect family-friendly fare, Adrian Horton said in Guardians. Ryan Reynolds plays Adam, a fighter pilot who steals a time jet in 2050, with the goal of returning to 2018. His plan is to save his future wife’s life – but he He lands instead in 2022, where he meets 12-year-old boy (Walker Scobell), grieving over his recently deceased father. It turns out that young Adam is an “aerospace enthusiast with a strong grasp Back to the future references”, so the pair collaborated with each other. As the movie goes on, the plot becomes “thinking very fast”, but there is a lot to enjoy, including “dull but effective loss depiction”, smooth action sequences, and scores. “boom” satisfied.
Netflix is smitten with Reynolds, Clarisse Loughrey said in The Independent; actor who has recently appeared in its movies Red Notice and 6 Underground, both are not good, but both are “easy to consume”. The director of this film, Shawn Levy, “sees to be convinced that there is no such thing as too many Ryan Reynolds,” and I can see why: he is funny, he is Canadian, he is. normally attractive. However, even he couldn’t redeem the film, which was plagued by de-aging effects and lacked a “functional story”. Tim Robey says in Daily telegram, Project Adam seen as a “derivative popcorn movie for a rainy weekend”. But the finale is “a show of horror that doesn’t exist”, it drags the whole thing into “utter brutality”. Watching Netflix make the worst impression on Marvel is an insult to the “dumb fun concept”.
https://www.theweek.co.uk/arts-life/culture/film/956142/film-review-the-adam-project-netflix-ryan-reynolds Movie Review: Project Adam