Posts Tagged The Adjustment Bureau
From what he’d seen of Denver in the entire half an hour he’d been there, he wouldn’t be staying. It was too clean, too hard to breathe, too white. Sure, the mountains were pretty, but he didn’t require beauty in a city—he needed edge, funkiness, diversity, and at least one superior Chinese restaurant that delivered
–Patchwork by Dan Loughry
It is said that sesta is one of the only gifts the Europeans brought to South America, but I imagine the Brazilians could have figured out how to sleep in the afternoon without having to endure centuries of murder and enslavement.
–State of Wonder by Ann Patchett
Sometimes it’s us, nudging people back on plan.
–The Adjustment Bureau
The Adjustment Bureau
Based on a Phillip K. Dick story, an aspiring politician [Matt Damon] falls for a ballerina [Emily Blunt] but mysterious forces keep the would-be lovers apart.
Starring Melissa Leo and John Goodman.
Kevin Smith stirring up controversy among the conservative right. What he does really well already. After a group of teens accept an online invitation for group sex, though they soon encounter Pastor Abin Cooper [Michael Parks], his followers, and their sinister agenda.
Written and directed by Josh Radnor
Starring: Josh Radnor, Malin Akerman and Zoe Kazan
A glimpse into lives of six 20-somethings who face a true challenge when struggling [is there any other kind?] writer Sam [Radnor] becomes the guardian of a boy who becomes separated from his family in the subway.
starring Mia Wasikowska and Jamie Bell
If you don’t know one of the most famous stories about a Governess EVER, I don’t know what to say except go get the Bronte novel and read it.
Red Riding Hood
I’m going to forget that Catherine Hardwicke directed Twilight. Now there’s a medieval village haunted by a werewolf and Valerie [Amanda Seyfried] falls for an orphaned woodcutter [Lukas Haas].
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Anna Friel
A copywriter [Cooper] discovers a top-secret drug, MDT-48, that enhances intellect and other abilities. While his life changes, he also considers the drug’s questionable origins.