Once upon a time Alison (Jennifer Garner) and Carlos (Edgar Ramirez) always said yes to everything. But now that they’re parents, they’re always saying no. After discovering that her kids consider her a dictator as bad as Hitler and Mussolini, Alison agrees to a Yes Day, 24 hours of the kids calling the shots with a few ground rules in place. What could possibly go wrong?
This movie is funny and a ton of fun! Jennifer Garner is perfect in the mom role. A perfect family comedy and a sequel is on the way! Stream it now on Netflix!
After stealing a jet and being shot down in 2022, time traveler Adam Reed (Ryan Reynolds) meets his twelve year old self, and they have to go back in time to convince their dad (Mark Ruffalo) to uninvent time travel to save their world as they know it. If anything goes wrong, Adam could be erased from the timeline. No pressure!
Ryan Reynolds is his usual snarky, sarcastic self which is part of what makes the movie so enjoyable. It’s a sci-fi adventure with a Back to the Future vibe that could almost pass for a Marvel movie. Hulk is married to Elektra and is Deadpool’s dad. Deadpool grows up and marries Gamora. The Adam Project could easily be a Marvel fanfic when described like that! Oh, and Hulk invents time travel like in Endgame. Practically a Marvel rip-off! 😂
The movie was enjoyable, funny, and very emotional at times with both versions of Adam coming to terms with his father’s death. This could almost pass for a family movie if it wasn’t for the language and the few adult references. I had a good time watching this. It’s a standalone movie, though I wouldn’t mind a sequel! Stream it now on Netflix!