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Emily Blunt: 'Adjustment Bureau' on DVD & Blu-Ray!

Emily Blunt: 'Adjustment Bureau' on DVD & Blu-Ray!

Emily Blunt feeds a parking meter before heading to the gym for a workout on Tuesday (July 12) in Los Angeles.

The 28-year-old English actress carried a Gone with the Wind bag from Barnes and Noble with her as she headed inside!

Emily‘s recent film, The Adjustment Bureau, is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray!

She stars opposite Matt Damon in the story of a man determined to control his own destiny. He has to go up against the mysterious Adjustment Bureau, a group of men trying to keep him apart from a beautiful ballet dancer (Blunt), and risks losing her forever if the Bureau gets its way.

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  • ClearPerspective

    Look! It’s Emily walking… and breathing… and doing stuff!

  • marq

    This movie is a love story. Emily Blunt is a dancer. The movie is wonderful if for nothing else than to see her dance.

    Why did President Obama find it necessary to take Matt Damon to task for this movie at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner? Why did he find the need to dismiss it so? It’s framed as fiction. Just how much is real?

    To what extent are there really hidden hands that make bad things happen? Or a total surveillance society?

  • rhonda

    I totally despise Obama but I totally agree with him on this movie, STUNK!

  • marq

    This movie is framed in allegory. Otherwise it never could have gotten made. It hits far too close to home. Which three-letter-agency do Matt Damon’s films predominantly have him dealing with?

    There’s a deeper message here.

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