The Adjustment Bureau Synopsis
A man (Matt Damon) battles the agents of Fate to be with the woman (Emily Blunt) he loves.
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Movie Reviews

Inception with romance

By CaroleHumes
Gotta love Matt Damon, especially for these kinds of movies. Was a lot different and better than I expected. If you havent seen you can watch at [BLOCKED WEBSITE] .cóm...

This movie has everything

By Angelina330
I went to a free screening of this movie with no expectations. The trailers didn't interest me much because the plot seemed a little stale. But I was very wrong. This movie was very well done. The...

Heart renching

By lovethemusic
This movie has been out for awhile but its one of those films that certaintly doesnt get enough rave for its quality. First off it is a story about a man having his whole life planned out for him....

Should have listened to Eric Ledgin

By belarus98
I should have listened to Eric Ledgin, figured that maybe he just did not get it... Well he did! I will never doubt him or his tweets ever again! Save your money!...

Five Word Review

By xoandre
LooksLike Matrix Meets Dark City...

im a sucker for love movies

By jay10303
Great love movie great date movie I found my self crying a couple of times love is a amazing thing Emily blunt is so breath taking wow...

A romance trapped in an action flick

By simonepdx
Or is it an action romance? Both aspects of the story are well-realized, though the romance is deeper than the threat, and the science fiction premise by master Phillip K **** (Bladerunner) is...

The adjustment bureau

By 2cmccoy2

rent this today

this was a really good movie...

Disappointingly Vapid

By igor 4
The only good thing about the movie was the scenes of Manhattan. Cinematography, plot & dialogue were non-existent. An absolute waste of time & money. I wouldn't even watch this for free at home....

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Rated PG-13 | For Brief strong language, some sexuality and a violent image
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Sci-fi/romance hybrid mixes plot twists, serious themes.
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