Program for Love
It’s not the usual obstacle in the way of romance.
Mar 21, 2011, Vol. 16, No. 26 • By JOHN PODHORETZ
And yet The Adjustment Bureau is worth the trip, if only for Matt Damon, who seems unable to make a false move, take a false step, or be false even for a second on camera. He’s a golden boy with hidden depths, the way Robert Redford was—only Damon is a far more versatile and interesting performer. No, I don’t like his politics, but then, he doesn’t like mine, either.
John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary, is The Weekly Standard’s movie critic.