In the first 10 seconds of The Adam Project, we see an epigraph: "Time travel exists. You just don't know it yet."
Netflix's new sci-fi adventure follows Adam Reed, a fighter pilot from the year 2050 who travels back in time to link up with his younger self (Walker Scobell) and his father (Mark Ruffalo) to save the world.
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Without the ability to time travel, it's hard to say what our memories might look like - but ultimately, he believes it comes down to speculation and semantics, along with the understanding that time simply isn't linear.
In the movie, Adam gets a healthy dose of thoughtful counsel from his...
Most of us are happy to lose ourselves in a more simplified, fictionalized idea of what time travel looks like instead.
In time-travel movies, the theories are proven, the complicated formulas are chalked out, and the starships are fully funded - all we have to do is hop along for the ride
Like any time-travel fiction, The Adam Project refers to a surprisingly possible reality — where we could jump ahead in time and return to see how things develop or (less possibly) where we could jump to the past and attempt to reframe the future. Theories and formulas aside, the possibi...
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