Sinister forces are at work in the world.
Your freedom to choose is defined not by the choices you make but the freedom you have to make those choices.
Look around you.
Are you free?
Are you a number?
How much choice do you really have?
It's not paranoia if you know they are out to get you.
Matt Damon plays a handsome, man-of-the-people, politician on the brink of making it to the US Senate. Unfortunately his man-of-the-people schtick extends to "mooning" innocent passers by on drunken nights out and so he is thwarted at the eleventh hour. Before making his concession speech he has a brief encounter with a beautiful woman in the mens room that turns his life upside down.
Unfortunately for Damon he was never meant to meet this woman and if the forces who control our lives have anything to do with it he never will again. When Damon uncovers the fact that men in hats are, in fact, agents/angels acting on behalf of an unseen "higher power" his life is plunged further into chaos.
Determined to meet the woman of his dreams again he is aided by a rogue agent/angel and a battle of will and wills begins that will lead to happily ever after or misery.
With a glaringly obvious religious/spiritual slant that might leave you feeling like you've been hit in the face with a copy of the Watchtower "The Adjustment Bureau" never quite manages to move from preachy to philosophical. Despite that it features another strong performance from Matt Damon and it is an enjoyable, feel good movie that is worth a bit of your time and attention.