The Adam Project is a good diversion if you are home looking for something to explode on screen just a little and warm your heart a little more.
Anyone who is used to Taylor Sheridan knows how this will turn out…and that fact doesn’t make watching it any easier. His eternal message: in a world filled with brutality, expect more of the same.
“…If you’re going for an original story. You’re not going to get it this time. The plot is literally the inverse of the first film…Is there any grand message to this film? Any overarching truth to be learned? Not a chance. Still it beats out even most Marvel films for enjoyment, if for no other reason than it never pretends to be “live action.””
If you like mysteries, see this film. If you like character pieces, see this film. If you like playing against expectation, see this film. If you like being scared, see this film. If you like great movies, see this one.
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