The Adjustment Bureau was just on HBO and I must say it's one of those movies that you can leave the theater still thinking about it. The film itself felt rushed and loses you at some points because of this but the premise is solid enough to carry the audience through.
Thomas Newman lends his musical genius to the soundtrack and proves he can be upbeat in contrast to his usual melancholia. Why doesn't anyone ever tell me when he scores a new movie? I really need a newsletter or something because his work is always fantastic.
Overall, this movie surprised me by twisting the elements of everyday life in a new way. The Christian overtones may turn off some but agnostics will appreciate the ideology presented. It's a smart film, if poorly presented but gets a thumbs up from me.