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 The Adam Project

     
 

The Adam Project is like a leap into the past a film that revels in the sci-fi nerdiness of the 80s while packing epic adventure and heartfelt life lessons into a fun time traveling yarn ryan reynolds stars as adam reed a fighter pilot from the future who's stolen a time jet in order to jump back into the past and save the woman he loves it's a neat simple concept that becomes something greater when he runs into his younger self who's the only one who can help get him back on track walker scobel co-stars with reynolds as young adam who's suitably freaked out upon meeting his older self at least at first thankfully it's not long before the two atoms are trading verbal blows with reynolds in top form spitting out quips like they're going out of fashion but it's not just more of the same from the dead pool actor instead there's a subtle wariness to future adam and while reynolds plays his usual sarcastic stick for laughs he balances that out with a pensive more restrained performance that draws out the real story that real story is that it's all about their dad played by the ever charismatic mark ruffalo the atom project is as much about reconciling adam's own past as it is about saving the future a neat touch that elevates this beyond a simple time travel story and gives the film a lot more depth scobel is an absolute revelation as well the young new come really digs into what makes young adam tick piloting his favorite video game like an ace while getting the crap kicked out of him at school best of all the chemistry between young and future adam is just about perfect their backand forth is truly inspired giving the film a humorous edge as future adam rediscovers what a dork he used to be scobel holds his own opposite reynolds matching his trade mark acerbic wit pound for pound that clash of personalities extends to the atom project's design choices too as director sean levy walks an interesting line between ultra futuristic and comfortably retro it's perhaps to be expected from a film maker who has brought us both stranger things and free guy but the marrying of two different styles works incredibly well it's also packed with impressive action sequences with fight scenes that are furiously simple yet beautifully effective you can feel a certain chemistry between reynolds and his director with levy getting the absolute best out of his leading man a triumphant sweeping score from rob simonson completes there tro-futuristic feel punctuating this feel-good adventure with epic crescendos and highlighting the mounting lit by flashlight tension with classic 80ssynth vibes on the surface the atom project is another attempt to hook us with nostalgia the action-packed sci-fi adventure is straight out of many of our childhoods and it will definitely resonate with viewers of a certain age thankfully it's a lot deeper than that the adam project also tells a story about reconciling our past and really coming to terms with the life we've led and the choices we've made

Director:--Shawn Levy
Writers:-Jonathan Tropper T.S. Nowlin Jennifer Flackett
Stars:-Ryan Reynolds Walker Scobell Mark Ruffalo

 

                                  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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