LOVED The Adjustment Bureau. Heady stuff. As always, Matt Damon was superb. A great movie romance where the two leads actually have real chemistry. Emily Blunt is ace in this film -- funny, alluring, charming, attractive, and holy shit she's got some ballerina skills. Look out, Nathalie. George Nolfi's majorly thought provoking script always keeps you surprised and thoroughly entertained at every moment. And as an added bonus you get to see Roger Sterling on the big screen -- long live John Slattery! I loved the old fashioned look and feel of the movie; there is a low-key style at work and even though this is Nolfi's first time as a director he really delivers something unique and engrossing. There are shades of Dark City, The Matrix, Inception, the works of Franz Kafka, and of course, it's based on a short story by Philip K. Dick (Total Recall, Blade Runner, A Scanner Darkly, Minority Report), so needless to say, Nolfi has plenty of influences, but he still managed to make something totally his own. The Adjustment Bureau is a romance first and foremost and because of the believable pull between Damon and Blunt, you're able to accept the inherent ridiculousness of the overall idea of the movie. This is as preposterous as Inception but just as movie-world believable because everyone involved is totally committed to the idea. And by the end, without spoiling anything, Nolfi really gives you lots to think about and discuss when it comes to fate, chance, destiny, coincidence, and the potential for something extraordinary beyond our reach. I'm already stoked for the Blu Ray and the repeated viewings I'll be giving to this film. It's shocking that this movie was delayed a full year. The solid reviews and good opening weekend box office were well deserved.