The Adam Project Feels Like a Fake Movie

The reviews for The Adam Project, one of Netflix’s many highly anticipated movies due for release this year, are now in. So, is the Ryan Reynolds-led family time-travel adventure

The reviews for The Adam Project, one of Netflix’s many highly anticipated movies due for release this year, are now in. So, is the Ryan Reynolds-led family time-travel adventure

Well, according to Gaius Bolling of JoBlo, The Adam Project is very much the former, with the critic finding a lot to love 

about Ryan Reynolds and newcomer Walker Scobell’s Netflix outing, ultimately giving the movie a truly exiting 9/10.

about Ryan Reynolds and newcomer Walker Scobell’s Netflix outing, ultimately giving the movie a truly exiting 9/10.

“Maybe quite surprisingly, The Adam Project turns out to be a contender for the best crowdpleaser of 2022. The film is funny and deeply touching as it reminds us of all the things we loved about these kinds of films growing up.

 With shades of Back to The Future and Flight of the Navigator, The Adam Project truly is a total wonder to behold.”

The praise for The Adam Project continues with IGN’s Ryan Leston, who also gifted the movie an impressive 9/10 and commended the nostalgic feeling crafted by director Shawn 

Levy, comparing The Adam Project to such childhood classics as Back to the Future and The Last Starfighter.

“The Adam Project is a thoughtful, witty mash-up of all the movies from my childhood. It’s Back to the Future meets The Last Starfighter with a slew of wonderful performances from a cast that clearly loves the concept as much as I do. 

Ryan Reynolds is on top form as Adam, while Walker Scobell matches him punch for punch with a great debut performance. The Adam Project is a love letter to the family sci-fi flicks of the ‘70s and ‘80s, packed full of Amblin-like charm.”