The Adam Project movie review Ryan Reynolds star in time travel film

the full-bodied, star-driven action-comedy movie The Adam Project movie review Ryan Reynolds star in time travel film done well, was the last time Ryan Reynolds and Netflix teamed up. The last time Ryan and filmmaker Shawn Levy collaborated, we had Free Guy, which was a rare, innovative, and, most crucially, original blockbuster in an industry fueled by existing IP Ryan Reynolds is back on an adventure, but this time he’s accompanied by his younger self in The Adam Project.

The Adam Project on Netflix is somewhere in the middle. It lacks the inventiveness of Free Guy and the coziness of Red Notice. Instead, it aspires to be a large, comfy sci-fi action film with heart and compassion. It’s an earnest effort that yields mediocre results.

The storyline is predictable and well-known. It’s almost as if you’ve traveled back in time to meet your younger self. Ryan Reynolds plays Adam Reed, a time-traveling pilot from a bleak future where time has been commodified… or something along those lines. When his wife Laura (Zoe Saldana) goes missing, he finds a huge conspiracy by powerful people to use time travel as a weapon to dominate the globe.

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Adam goes back to 2020, where he encounters his 12-year-old self (Braxton Bjerken), whom he enlists to help him locate his wife, bring down the evil men, and preserve the future. I’m attempting to come up with a single life-or-death situation in which my even dorkier 12-year-old self would be of any use. Unless the answer to defeating the villains was found in cartoons or by pretending to be interested in sports. I just don’t believe it.

The Adam Project isn’t exactly breaking new ground in terms of time travel flicks (The Kid, Looper), but it is given the huge sci-fi action-adventure treatment here. Shawn Levy, the filmmaker, is no stranger to an entertaining blockbuster (Free Guy, Stranger Things, Night At The Museum). He ensures that The Adam Project is always amusing, even when it is at its most ordinary. When Ryan Reynolds is battling evil dudes with a lightsaber, it’s hard to go wrong.

Much of the first half of the film is basically an Iron Guy 3 rip-off, with a shattered man hanging out with a vibrant, recently-lost-his-father quippy youngster. They inform each other’s trips and get each other going again while playing with their futuristic toys and devices. The Adam Project’s goal is to make us feel something. Young Adam is still grieving over the death of his father (Mark Ruffalo) and is misbehaving with his mother (Jennifer Garner). Adam, who is older, is filled with both sorrow and contempt. While Ryan Reynolds’ current trend of portraying slightly various colors of the same merc-with-a-mouth role (which I never tire of) continues, he adds an unshakeable sadness and anguish to Adam in this film. It’s a raunchy comedy tinged with bitterness and anchored in sorrow.

Unfortunately, Braxton Bjerken’s performance as young Adam is the weak link here. It’s a fantastic concept to cast a younger, less polished version of Reynolds‘ on-screen image and envision what a buddy-cop comedy with both might look like. On the other hand, Braxton lacks personality and delivers a flat line reading. In other news, despite a brief appearance, Zoe Saldana continues to be a delight to watch on film (I’m not sure why we don’t see her more often) and is one of the most promising action actors around. (Considering her journey here isn’t all that different from Gomorrah’s in Avengers: Endgame, there’s also a joke to be made about how she’s eternally bound to be the girlfriend lost in time.)

Despite its sincerity, The Adam Project’s heart is limited, and the plot is predictable, leaving us with yet another comfortable, forgettable action film.

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Ryan Reynolds, Braxton Bjerken, Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Garner are among the cast members.

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