Sunday, June 26, 2011

Review: The Adjustment Bureau

The Adjustment Bureau

Genre: Suspense
Length: 106 Minutes
Rating: PG-13
Big Names: Matt Damon, Emily Blunt
IMDB Score: 7.1 (out of 10)

Synopsis: Matt Damon, a politician, meets Emily Blunt, a ballerina and the love of his life, but mysterious forces are working to drive the couple apart.

Review: Highly entertaining.  Matt Damon is always excellent to watch, and watching him sort through his life while the members of The Adjustment Bureau work to keep it "on track," is endlessly entertaining.  The movie wrapped itself up a little quickly, and was a little cheesy at the end, but great to watch nonetheless.

Acting: 10/10 - It's Matt Damon.

Quality Within Genre: 8/10 - A little corny.

Entertainment Value: 10/10 - Again, Matt Damon is fantastic.

Realism (Within the world defined by the movie): 10/10 - Good.

Rewatch Value: 7/10 - I might see it again.

Total: 9.0/10

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