"Dickheads." That's what die-hard fans of prolific science-fiction author Philip K. Dick call themselves. And that is certainly the attitude adopted when Dickian canon is messed with.

This weekend marks the release of the latest PKD adaptation, 'The Adjustment Bureau,' starring Matt Damon. In the film, Damon stars as David Norris, a young, charismatic politician who discovers his life plan is controlled by a mysterious, otherworldly organization known as (you guessed it) the Adjustment Bureau. 'Bureau' is based on Dick's story 'Adjustment Team,' but only loosely based. The jury is still out on whether this new movie will please or anger the Dickheads.

As far as straight-up PKD film adaptations go, the pool is a pretty shallow one to choose from. But, still waters run deep, and we are fortunate enough to have some true masterpieces in the running. We also have a wealth of untapped source material to choose from for future adaptations. Without further ado, Moviefone presents the five best PKD film adaptations and five more that we'd love to see happen (including our picks for who should make them).
Minority Report
Based on 37 critics

A cop (Tom Cruise) tries to establish his innocence in a future crime. Read More

A Scanner Darkly
Based on 33 critics

A drug-addicted undercover cop (Keanu Reeves) gets orders to spy on his housemates. Read More

In Theaters on January 26th, 1996

Knife-wielding mechanical creatures block peace talks on a planet ravaged by nuclear war. Read More

Total Recall
Based on 17 critics

An earthman (Arnold Schwarzenegger) of the future goes to Mars, driven by nightmares of his past. Read More

The Adjustment Bureau
Based on 41 critics

A man (Matt Damon) battles the agents of Fate to be with the woman (Emily Blunt) he loves. Read More

Blade Runner
Based on 11 critics

A detective (Harrison Ford) hunts obsolete androids (Rutger Hauer, Sean Young) in 2019. Read More