God in Film Guide: The Adam Project | Third Space
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God in Film Guide: The Adam Project

Thu 2 Jun 2022
You are my future
Film and TV
Ryan Reynolds, Fathers, Mothers, Time Travel, future, Forgiveness, grief
Bible reference(s): Psalm 139: 13-14, 1 John 4:19, 2 Corinthians 1:3-4

God in Film study guides combine your two favourite things, God and movies. Upskill yourself for group discussions that explores deep themes. Learn to be the Producer, Director and Reviewer of your own film discussion group.

Each God in Film guide provides you with a synopsis, planning guide, tips and specially selected clips for discussing in a group. Download the attached PDF guide to get started.

Synopsis: Some film projects can be labelled as ‘getting the band back together.’ The Adam Project has the production team of Free Guy connecting with the world of 13 Going on 30. This heartfelt tale of time travel brings the combinations of director Shawn Levy with Ryan Reynolds along with that of Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner. Yet, the entire production rests on the shoulders of newcomer Walker Scobell, who manages to outshine the rest of this fast-talking, star-studded cast.

Adam Reid (Scobell) is a wisecracking 12-year-old who has constantly been getting into fights at school since his father died in a car accident. His mother, Ellie (Garner), does her best to help her son survive life on the school grounds, while she grieves along with her son. As they try to come to terms with life without Louis Reed (Ruffalo), something unexpected disrupts their world. When an Adam (Reynolds) from the future crash lands above their home in a time-travelling ship, things become mind-blowingly strange and surprisingly dangerous. Primarily when the two Adams determine that the only way to save the world is to go back in history and stop their father from inventing time travel.

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