Wednesday, March 09, 2011

On "The Adjustment Bureau"

From The Dispatch:
The questions it raises are universal ones, but thankfully the filmmakers never preach or proselytize. It’s not an overly deep or philosophical film, but it tackles the questions in ways that lend themselves well to an entertaining and well-oiled thriller, buoyed by the magnetism of its likeable stars and accomplished supporting cast (Terence Stamp as a ruthless Bureau agent is especially fun) and stellar storytelling.
Click here to read my full review.

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