The cinematography and visual effects are top notch particularly the traveling through doors sequences.
New York, which plays an integral part in the story, was utilized quite well with a showcase of the city's stunning scenery during the well-executed chase scenes towards the end of the movie.
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Then a string of events quickly picks up; Liz has some trouble checking in the hotel, Martin, upon realizing that he left his suitcase back at the airport, frantically hails a taxi with a woman driver (Diane Kruger), and they get into a harrowing accident.
Anthony Mackie and John Slattery did a great job and their scenes with Damon provided the movie a snappy repartee.
Terence Stamp as Thompson, a veteran member of the Adjustment Bureau, was an engaging antagonist.
"The Adjustment Bureau" will be shown in the Philippines on March 4, 2011.
"The Adjustment Bureau" thread @ Pinoyexchange Since most of us couldn't stop talking about the unforgettable action-suspense thriller Taken (2008) for a week after seeing it in the Cinemas, it's no surprise that we've gotten all excited about Liam Neeson's newest suspense flick, Unknown, hoping it would be an equally edge-of-the-seat thriller, the kind of escapist adrenalin-booster romp that we crave as a break from the everyday humdrum.