A politician Matt Damon meets a dancer Emily Blunt by chance and instantly falls in love, only to have a mysterious force attempt to keep the two apart, by any means possible. When he finds himself confronted by The Adjustments Bureau, he watches as his fate and his sense of free will begin to unravel. Directed by George Nolfi.
Are there unseen forces that control our destiny? Are those forces dressed in dark suits and fedoras? Questions are everywhere in The Adjustment Bureau
She plays a ballerina in her latest movie, The Adjustment Bureau. So perhaps it was only natural that Emily Blunt channelled her inner dancer at tonight's New York premiere of the film. The year-old British actress looked stunning in the frilly pale pink number with her hair pulled into an elegant chignon and a pair of beige high heels.
Senate bid, a New York congressman finds his view of the world changed when he learns the truth about his existence and that of everyone else, all while bucking the rules and trying to carry on a forbidden romance. He's inspired by her frankness and that alters his speech and keeps him in the limelight for the next election. A month later, he's joined Charlie at a venture capital firm, but can't believe his luck when he once again just so happens to run into Elise, this time on a bus. Like before, they hit it off, but unlike before, he gets her number.
There's a flimsiness to the story found in The Adjustment Bureauthe latest science fiction film - this one also a romance story - based on work by Philip K. It's an unsteady feeling that derives from the presence of a higher force, something controlling the action surrounding Matt Damon's David Norris and his quest for love and happiness with Emily Blunt's Elise Sellas. The control in question doesn't come from the mysterious suited men who approach him and tell him they're members of the organization that ensures things in the world go precisely as planned.
The Adjustment Bureau may look like a sci-fi action thriller along the lines of the previous films based on Philip K. Where it scores is as something else: a romantic drama that presents us with one of the most likeable couples in recent cinema. Matt Damon gives his most charming performance yet as David Norris, a rising young New York politician who suffers an electoral setback after an embarrassing tabloid revelation.
Please don't screw this up, I don't want another Nextthat movie was awful! The first two photos from The Adjustment Bureau appeared online today via Collider. Based on a Philip K.
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt play star-crossed lovers who fell in love at first sight, but somehow, for years, are kept apart. When they have a second chance meeting he becomes determined not to let her go but the mysterious men from the Adjustment Bureau are just as determined to keep them apart. Do you think that vagueness will hurt it at the box office?
An unusual blend of sci-fi and romance, the movie features Matt Damon as a US Senate candidate whose fate changes when he meets and falls for a beautiful dancer, played by Emily Blunt. We posted an extended scene from the forthcoming DVD with Damon and the enigmatic Bureau agent played by Terence Stamp which you can see here. What brought you to write and direct it? George: More than a short novel, something even shorter — a ten pages story.