The Adjustment Bureau

The Adjustment Bureau

A man glimpses the future Fate has planned for him – and chooses to fight for his own destiny. Battling the powerful Adjustment Bureau across, under and through the streets of New York, he risks his destined greatness to be with the only woman he's ever loved.

Just as he is on the brink of winning a Senate seat, politician David Norris (Matt Damon) meets a ballerina named Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt). Their affair then is affected by mysterious forces keeping the lovers apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Adjustment Bureau torrent reviews

Edmund C (jp) wrote: not bad.. has stereotypes.. but is insightful..

Ivana M (nl) wrote: Ma pogledat cu sve njegove filmove

Lisa Ann N (nl) wrote: The main guy was ripped but his character was a jerk. Gosh Mr. Enos -- I remember him from my soap operas! He's an older version of Mr. Welling, don't you think? Nice! This flick made me chuckle at times and pissed at times.

Steven J (au) wrote: While it might be somewhat of a marathon watch, it contains all of the typical David Lynch tropes, only cranked up to 11. It'll first delight you with great performances and an interesting plot before pulling the rug under you, constantly disorienting and teasing you. This might be his most surreal film, but it's also one of his most uncomfortable ones. A must see for Lynch fans.

Sebastin M (mx) wrote: Pense que tenia sus aos, pero me entere que en estos momentos esta en cines (al menos en Chile). La verdad, es buena, pero no vale la pena ir a verla. Mejor es verla gratis por internet.

Joshua L (ca) wrote: expecting sumthing better but this is still quite a fun movie 2 watch.

K J E (jp) wrote: Switchback is better than the average drama/suspense. Quaid and Glover bring terrific performances.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: ME too i thought Seagal would last longer oh well! wont lose sleep about it :P

Sally Z (jp) wrote: I saw this movie at a sleepover once. The premise skeeves me out.

Charles P (kr) wrote: Sylvester Stallone, usually so sure of himself, comes across dispirited here, perhaps aware of the fact that he's been suckered into a film that is unfathomably idiotic.

Rodney E (ca) wrote: Always wanting to see this, as the videobox was great, I finally did see it and while it has moments, it is weak in a lot of areas. Some of the effects were decent as was the soundtrack at first but it all kind of derails. The tone made it seem spooky at first but that was gone by the middle of the movie.

sierra b (ca) wrote: not my type of movie

Cathy S (de) wrote: The is a light hearted movie of two nuns on a pilgrimage to build a hospital.

rick r (it) wrote: "Grabbers" is a modern creature-feature, horror-comedy from the Emerald shores of Ireland. The film is directed by Jon Wright, who directed the 2009 dark horror, social satire "Torment", which dealt with class warfare and social injustice within society through the microcosm of the politics of life among the student body. That film was a serious address to the principles of an action-consequence scenario set in a traditional-styled horror. "Grabbers" is a lighter, more fun-loving satire about Irish stereotypes, inebriation, and a celebration of community and culture facing an identity in transition,set in total b- movie sci-fi, horrror-comedy fanfare. The movie stars Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey and Lalor Roddy. In "Grabbers" a small hamlet on a island just off the coast of Ireland mainland, finds themselves in the middle of an alien invasion. These are not the little green meanies bent on planetary domination. In this story the aliens are huge ravenous Kraken-esque creatures that find our world just one big smorgasbord . It is up to the villagers to fight off these creatures and save the planet, but in order to do so they have to approach the situation through beer goggles. Once they learn that the only way they can stay alive, and not seem tasty, is to get really really drunk! The creatures love blood, need it to thrive and procreate. Alcohol is like poison to them, so it becomes a salvation to the community. Nothing but fun can come from this! It is a truly entertaining set-up, and a total Irish embrace of preconceived notions of the Irish people by the rest of the world. The film is pretty much a statement that says they are owning it!For me personally, "Grabbers" is one of those rare films that celebrates everything about classic b-movie creature-features in a modern way without looking like it is making a big effort to do so. It gets it right! The film flows smoothly and effortlessly, which makes it an easy, fun viewing experience. There is no real odd moments were the acting seems coerced, or the lines fall flat. You don't even have to be Irish, or from the UK, to get the humor to relate to the film. "Grabbers" maintains a level of story and dialog that is truly universal. Not since "Killer Klowns From Outer Space" and "Tremors" have I enjoyed a film like this so much. The creatures dominated every scene they were in, with care and quality taken to how best to represent the monsters on screen. They didn't look cartoonish or ridiculous. The actors were funny and likable. The funny was actually funny. I have to say that "Grabbers" is a really great film, and one of the best horror-comedies that I have seen in a great while.

Vrettos L (br) wrote: An excellent psychological study and a unforgettable finale that will crush you.

Veronique K (es) wrote: full of stereotypes, especially the description of indians as ape-like barbarians or christianity-converted dim-witts. i watched it just because i was curious how claudette colbert looks in color movies, and her costumes are sorta plain without the genius touch of paramout's travis banton, not doing colbert justice. henry fonda feels lacklusterly awkward with his un-becoming pig-tail. the reason i could be able to abscent-mindedly finish viewing it is its striking photography of inland wilderness, and how soothingly wide the blue sky is rendered along with limitlessly grand pastures, cliffy hills and the massive forests of tall pines(who knows what kind of tree is that..) manifests the aloof charm of primitive inland america despite the people in it weren't (portrayed) half as charming as its breath-taking landscapes. i would certainly watch it again to doze off while gazing at those striking views of celluloid nature.