The Adam Project | Official Trailer | Netflix

Time flies.

A time-traveling pilot teams up with his younger self and his late father to come to terms with his past while saving the future. Watch The Adam Project, only on Netflix March 11:


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The Adam Project | Official Trailer | Netflix

After accidentally crash-landing in 2022, time-traveling fighter pilot Adam Reed teams up with his 12-year-old self on a mission to save the future.

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  1. Rich Lockhart
    Rich Lockhart says:

    The whole father son element in this movie really got to me my dad was an abusive drug addict I didn’t talk to him for over 15 years of my life I was raised by a single mom but yet I still became the man I am today without him I recently talked to my dad on the phone a few months ago but I was the one that got in contact with him and months and months have gone by and he never reached out now I realize he’s just a shitty human being with no moral compass and the father I was longing for all my life never wanted to be a father to begin with he’s still a useless piece of shit to this day and he’ll never change everything I am in this world and everything I’ve done without him is because of me so I never really needed him to begin with it’s just movies like this where the dad says things to his son and is actually a good father like mark ruffalo in the film it makes you wish you would of had something similar growing up maybe I wouldn’t of had such a hard life or went threw so many hard times in life if I would of had 2 loving parents instead of just one it just hurts to feel unwanted I guess especially as a child it definitely messes with you growing up

  2. JakubSlovensko
    JakubSlovensko says:

    For people that watched the movie. Did you view adult Adam speaking to his younger self as two different persons? He is basically the same person, but with different experiences and thought process. I would say they are the same person realistically, but regarding the moments they are together, they are like two different people. Also every time either of "them" did some decision, it was like always Adam doing it.

    Also loved the moment they sat down at the table. Their father left for his actual family and Adam is basically left just with himself. So always keep yourself sane and better up when you can. Don't let yourself go or you will be lost in the world.

    I got also curious about this particular story, and searched for "What you would said to your younger self". And I was actually surprised how many people miss their parents for their thought process, role model and guide in this world. Also saw "sadness and anger" few times too as mentioned in the movie.

    For me the movie was awesome, it got action, sad moments, teaching moments and also funny stuff.


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