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Ryan Reynolds' new Netflix film The Adam Project just got a Rotten Tomatoes rating.
Ah, Rotten Tomatoes, a great way to gauge whether a movie is worth a watch and to sound like you know more than you do about movies.
Whether you use them or not, the ratings hold a lot of weight and now the time has come for Netflix's The Adam Project.
The Adam Project centres around, you guessed it, Adam (Reynolds) who travels back into the past and meets his 12-year-old self while trying to save the future.
So, what does Rotten Tomatoes have to say about the sci-fi flick directed by Shawn Levy?
It scored a very respectable, 79% on the Tomatometer, which means it's 'certified fresh', so it's probably worth a watch.
While the Tomatometer is a score calculated from film and TV critic reviews, the audience score is also worth noting.
The Adam Project got 92% on it's audience score, so it's looking good for Reynold's new project.
The film was released yesterday, March 9, on Netflix US, with the title coming to Netflix UK tomorrow, March 11.
Reynolds' teams up again with Free Guy director Levy, for what looks like another hit. He stars alongside Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, and Jennifer Garner.
The Deadpool actor went with Levy and Hugh Jackman, his friend/fake-feud enemy, to the premiere of the film, where Jackman took a playful shot at Reynolds by saying 'I wanted to take a photo with @jennifer.garner but got stuck with these two' in reference to Reynolds and Levy.
However, Jackman showed the post was all in good jest with his close friends and rounded off the post by urging fans to watch the new film.
Reynolds is producing the film alongside Levy and the pair spoke of their creative collaboration recently, which saw them strike success last year with Free Guy.
Speaking of his collaborator, Reynolds said, 'Producing interests me in every way, shape, and form. Same with performing. And I get to work with guys like Shawn Levy.'
He then noted that one day it would be nice to 'direct something' with Levy but that he currently loves the position he's in, per Collider.
The feeling was mutual, with Levy saying, 'I've never had an actual fellow producer alongside me who was as additive and is as additive to every step of the process as Ryan.'
Whether you want to take the Rotten Tomatoes reading on-board, it sounds like it was a lot of fun to make.
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