THE ADAM PROJECT Review – Two Adams, A Girl, and A Piece of Space – Netflix Action Film Collection – The NOMCAST – The NOMCAST – Netflix Original Movie Podcast
Hot off their collaboration on 'Free Guy' last year, Ryan Reynolds and Director Shawn Levy join forces once again for the sci-fi action adventure film, THE ADAM PROJECT, featuring Reynolds as a time-travelling fighter pilot who teams up with his 12 year old self to save the future. On this episode, we enlist the co-host of The Guy at the Movies Podcast with Joe and Sean, SEAN PHILLIPS, to help us break down Reynolds' and Levy's attempt at capturing a modern version of a Spielbergian Amblin film (1:00) before we catch up on the latest Awards Season results after the BAFTA and Critics Choice Awards were celebrated this past weekend (46:45)Follow The NOMCAST – Netflix Original Movie Podcast on Twitter/Instagram @nomcastpodVisit us on the web at nomcastpod.com Intro/Outro Music – "The Poor Surgeon" by O'K and the Night Crew
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