Based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, and directed by George Nolfi, The Adjustment Bureau looks not only creepy but amazingly different. I’m always on the lookout for movies that come off as being unique or different, simply because we’ve been getting a lot of the same lately. Granted, being based off a short story doesn’t constitute it as being 100% original, but this movie certainly stands out against the rest of the crowd. Personally, as someone who thinks about fate and freewill as much as I, it’s nice to see that someone else is taking the idea to a wonderful extreme.
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