The reviewers who are trying to say the story has holes in its logic don't get most of science fiction. Most good science fiction requires a leap to accept the environment that is provided in the story. You have to realize this is based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, one of the best scifi writers. So accepting the logic of it is easier on the written page. But in the case of The Adjustment Bureau, I thought the storytelling in the hands of a director was great and it had me engaged all the way through. I think it would have been a better film if there was some more development of the love story where we could believe the love at first sight Matt Damon and Emily Blunt seemed to experience. That, to me, was harder to take on the surface than the scifi elements. Because if you make the human aspect of the story believable, it becomes more meaningful to the viewer.