The Adjustment Bureau
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David Norris (Matt Damon) glimpses the future Fate has planned for him...and chooses to fight for his own destiny. Battling the powerful Adjustment Bureau across, under and through the streets of New York, he risks his destined greatness to be with the only woman he's ever loved (Emily Blunt).
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This movie is a bit contrived in it's handling of an issue that we must all wonder about but it's quite involving, intelligent, and leaves you with something to think about.
Matt Damon is, as usual, marvelous. He's real. You believe in this guy. I honestly forgot about Matt Damon and felt immensely for the the character, David, that he was playing. What more can you ask of an actor. Ellise,his counterpart, is adorable, loveable and true to the story. It really is worth seeing and recommending to friends.
Interesting and unique premise; well executed.
Makes me nervous around people with hats.
The Adjustment Bureau appears to be somewhat gender exclusive: all the 'adjusters' are men.
I'd like to see a sequel, wherein the two lead characters are recruited by the Bureau.
After all he went through, I think he deserves his own hat.
Great movie about love, destiny, and the choices we make in life. Are all of them really our choices? In this movie there is a master plan for all of humanity handed down to the "Adjustment Bureau" from "the Chairman". David accidentally discovers that this whole other side of reality exists and that they direct the fate of all of us with little nudges to keep us on course. The problem is when he falls in love with a woman who is not on his plan and the bureau has to act to keep them apart. What would you do to be with the one you loved? What are we all capable of? And are winners and losers chosen?
Deep, thought provoking movie on the nature of existence and what it means to be free.
The film is tremendous, if you like Phillip K Dick's brand of sci-fi, which I adore. It's hard to believe Blunt had no formal training in dance until being cast for the movie.