Summary: This movie is about a a mysterious group of men conspire to keep them apart - they are the agents of Fate - the Adjustment Bureau - and they will stop at nothing to keep order. I really enjoyed this film, I liked the story and the directing.
Entertaining movie with great romantic chemistry and fun sci-fi plot h
the revelator, blu-ray.com
12 May 2014
Excerpt: The Adjustment Bureau was one of those movies that I went into with very little expectations and came out really enjoying. The film is about a young politician who is on the rise who meets a woman who he instantly realizes is the perfect match for him...
Excerpt: One thing that makes The Adjustment Bureau so cool, is the idea that life as we know it is actually designed for the things you do and the people you meet or at least for this movie, the one your supposed to not meet. So many questions, so many ways to change it.
Summary: Look past the film's Dionysian views of love and fate, and you will see a rather creative little love-story about two likable and charismatic people whose love cannot even be broken by the angels themselves. Stupid, but often creative and novel.
Summary: I thought this movie was ok. I thought it had a good idea, but they could have done more with it. In the end I expected a little more, a twist or something, but I didn't really get one. It was just pretty typical. A happy ending you couldn't help but see coming. It was still worth the watch though.
Excerpt: I was interested in this movie, but when I saw the official review, it broke my expectations and I didn't buy it day one as intended. When I saw the BD today for 5 bucks, I decided to take a chance... and... wow, I was just blown away. A great, great movie.
Excerpt: A senatorial candidate meets the woman of his dreams but an enigmatic organisation of men in black keep interfering in his life to keep them apart. The movie poster for this film contained an earnest looking Matt Damon in full Bourne pose running through a surreal cityscape, a clearly premeditated...
Excerpt: We are all familiar with the common phrase, ‘Everything happens for a reason’. How anyone feels about that statement is always a topic for lively debate. Are we not masters of our own fate? Or is there a greater force at work, behind the scenes, that affects the outcome of our lives?
Summary: I was glad they didn't venture too far into the romance department - just enough to make it believable but not much more. I liked the sci-fi element - the whole fate vs. free will thing has been done before, but it's still always a good story to fall back on.