As a retired body shop mgr. I can tell you don't mess with it, it's much more of a job then someone without any knowledge of doing this can handle. If your looking at the top molding an thinking the door is lower, I would say if anything it's the molding, but this is not uncommon. Word of thought, have you ever seen bodymen work on cars, they use big hammers to fore things into alignment. Look at your bottom molding, it's in perfect alignment.
Just for future reference, the strikers are adjustable, the hinges are not.
The strikers attach by screws going into cage nuts contained on the inside of the B-pillar. Loosen the screws, and whack the striker with a plastic head mallet to free the cage nuts. You can then adjust multi-directional.
The only somewhat reasonable way to adjust the hinge-side of the door is by replacing the hinge-to-door shoulder bolts with bolts that have a smaller shoulder. This gives you a couple mm's of wiggle room. Normally, the hinge-to-body and hinge-to-door are not meant to be adjusted by the fasteners. They are robotically set at the factory with shoulder bolts that allow no adjustment. As someone mentioned, you can "strong-arm" the door, but that is best left to someone who has experience with that. Let's just say, door adjustment at the factory is not a gentle loving act! :surprise: