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All Critics Top Critics 70 Fresh Rotten There are plot holes within plot holes within plot holes, and although acres of raw exposition are provided, nothing ever makes proper sense.
Deborah Ross. It was a decent concept at best that was not supported with a good screenplay, and grew sillier by the minute. It just didn't work.
Candice Frederick. Nell Minow. Accomplished filmmaking that features two highly attractive, talented leads, a healthy dose of sentiment, an intelligent script, and which takes you away for two hours from the quotidian worries and banalities of your regular life.
Leah Rozen. Nolfi and his colleagues make especially good use of New York, filming everywhere from the Brooklyn waterfront to the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art.
It's a fresh look at a familiar city. But Nolfi drops the ball in the home stretch, and that's Leonard Maltin. The film's chief interest isn't plumbing philosophical questions of fate, providence and autonomy but, instead, wallowing in skimpy fairy-tale romanticism.
Nick Schager. Not everyone will get where the film is coming from. Nevertheless, most will still be content to sit and watch where The Adjustment Bureau is ultimately going to.
Leigh Paatsch. The Adjustment Bureau isn't exactly faithful to its source material as much as it takes that central concept and creates another world out of it.
Richard Propes. Paranoia, a looming, faceless authority, religion, and the true nature of individual identity, among other Philip K Dick favorites.
Brent McKnight. The Adjustment Bureau is far too long-winded and too complicated when it explains the where and why of its tangled plot to have us suspending disbelief for very long.
Felicia Feaster. This film creatively challenges the mind, consistently. Sarah Knight Adamson. Matthew Lucas. Top Box Office.
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Thompson appears, but is interrupted by Harry, who shows him, and then David and Elise, their revised Plan from the Chairman: one that is blank starting from the current moment.
Harry commends them for their devotion to each other, and says they are free to leave. As David and Elise walk away, Harry speculates that the Chairman may be preparing humanity to "one day" write its own Plan.
In early drafts, the character Norris was changed from a real-estate salesman, as in the short story, to an up-and-coming U.
Nolfi worked with John Toll as his cinematographer. Shots were planned in advance with storyboards, but changed often during shooting to fit the conditions of the day.
The visual plan for the film was to keep the camerawork smooth using a dolly or crane and have controlled formal shots when the Adjustment Bureau was in full control, with things becoming more loose and using hand-held cameras when the story becomes less controlled.
The final scene on the " Top of the Rock " rooftop observation deck of the GE Building in Rockefeller Center was filmed four months after the rest of the film had completed shooting and has a different ending from the original.
The score was composed by Thomas Newman , with two songs by Richard Ashcroft "Future's Bright" for the opening sequence; "Are You Ready?
According to Nolfi there was an alternate ending , later revealed as featuring actress Shohreh Aghdashloo as the Chairman:  .
The Chairman was going to be in female form, too. Ultimately, while making the movie, I realized how important it was going to be for people to put their own beliefs in the end and not foreclose that.
I just had to not show the Chairman, so I ended up not going that way. In her memoir, Aghdashloo said Nolfi gave her a different explanation.
He blamed Universal Pictures for the change to the ending:  . I loved that role. As actors, we all know we're at the mercy of the editing table, but not to this extent, never had I experienced it.
The director, George Nolfi, decided I should play God. Everything went great until I got a call from the director who was asking to have lunch with me.
He was on the verge of crying. He said, the distribution company believes that you cannot play this role. Some reviewers identified Abrahamic theological implications, such as an omnipotent and omniscient God,   the concepts of free will and predestination ,   and elements from the descent to the underworld a mytheme dating back at least to the story of Eurydice and Orpheus.
The film had its world premiere on February 14, , at the Ziegfeld Theatre on West 54th Street in New York City. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three out of four stars, describing it as "a smart and good movie that could have been a great one, if it had been a little more daring.
I suspect the filmmakers were reluctant to follow its implications too far. Just the other day, Matt Damon Well, Matt, I just saw The Adjustment Bureau , so right back atcha, buddy.
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Retrieved December 1, The Alley of Love and Yellow Jasmines. Title: The Adjustment Bureau Take a look back at the career of Emily Blunt on and off the big screen.
See more Emily. Do we control our destiny, or do unseen forces manipulate us? A man glimpses the future Fate has planned for him and realizes he wants something else.
To get it, he must pursue across, under and through the streets of modern-day New York the only woman he's ever loved. On the brink of winning a seat in the U.
Senate, ambitious politician David Norris Matt Damon meets beautiful contemporary ballet dancer Elise Sellas Emily Blunt , a woman like none he's ever known.
But just as he realizes he's falling for her, mysterious men conspire to keep the two apart. David learns he is up against the agents of Fate itself, the men of The Adjustment Bureau, who will do everything in their considerable power to prevent David and Elise from being together.
In the face of overwhelming odds, he must either let her go and accept a predetermined path Written by Universal Pictures. I really wanted to like this because Matt Damon and Emily Blunt are two of my favorite actors and get a dream of a story based on a short essay by Philip K Dick he of 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep' fame i.
Is it coincidence? Is it all meant to be? Are there darker forces at work? Is there a God? Is fate preordained? The film and script ask us all of these questions and then more.
I found that the world which David and Emily inhabit is full of seemingly arbitrary rules, that the story was driven by forced coincidences which could not be explained away as semi-ironic, and which sometimes felt more like script conveniences than story, more plot-devices than plot.
Yes I've used the word 'predictable' twice. With good reason. There are many, and I mean many, things, props, tricks, flips etc that you will have seen before and that do appear, again, in this film.
I do not want to give any spoilers, so you'll just have to watch the film and spot them all for yourself. This is billed as 'Bourne meets Inception' and I think it's MUCH more like Inception than a Bourne film.
Finally, the end message that this film delivers is extremely naive and slightly disappointing. I can see exactly what the filmmakers were trying to do but the problem is they've taken a solid PKD short, conceived a film but then effectively spoiled it a little by not spending enough time on developing the story into a fully-fledged all-singing all-dancing screenplay.
And this, I think, is the problem with the film. Despite the likability of the leads, you just don't feel for them.
When they cry, you don't know or even care if it's real or not. You never feel like they're in danger.
The film's only a 12 too which I think, for this 'darkness' of story, is simply not right. That said, it's still worth a 6.
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