2002   USA Minority Report
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Director:Steven Spielberg
Studio:Dreamworks Video
Writer:Philip K. Dick, Scott Frank
IMDb Rating:7.7 (165,008 votes)
Awards:Nominated for Oscar. Another 16 wins & 47 nominations
Genre:Action, Crime, Sci-Fi
Duration:146 min
Languages:English
IMDb:0181689
Amazon:B00006RCPM
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Steven Spielberg  ...  (Director)
Philip K. Dick, Scott Frank  ...  (Writer)
 
Tom Cruise  ...  Chief John Anderton
Max von Sydow  ...  Director Lamar Burgess
Steve Harris  ...  Jad
Neal McDonough  ...  Fletcher
Patrick Kilpatrick  ...  Knott
Jessica Capshaw  ...  Evanna
Richard Coca  ...  Pre-Crime Cop
Keith Campbell  ...  Pre-Crime Cop
Kirk B.R. Woller  ...  Pre-Crime Cop
Klea Scott  ...  Pre-Crime Cop
Frank Grillo  ...  Pre-Crime Cop
Anna Maria Horsford  ...  Casey
Sarah Simmons  ...  Lamar Burgess' Secretary
Eugene Osment  ...  Jad's Technician
James Henderson  ...  Office Worker
Janusz Kaminski  ...  Cinematographer
Comments: What would you do if you were accused of a murder, you had not committed... yet?

Summary: Set in the chillingly possible future of 2054, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report is arguably the most intelligently provocative sci-fi thriller since Blade Runner. Like Ridley Scott's "future noir" classic, Spielberg's gritty vision was freely adapted from a story by Philip K. Dick, with its central premise of "Precrime" law enforcement, totally reliant on three isolated human "precogs" capable (due to drug-related mutation) of envisioning murders before they're committed. As Precrime's confident captain, Tom Cruise preempts these killings like a true action hero, only to run for his life when he is himself implicated in one of the precogs' visions. Inspired by the brainstorming of expert futurists, Spielberg packs this paranoid chase with potential conspirators (Max Von Sydow, Colin Farrell), domestic tragedy, and a heartbreaking precog pawn (Samantha Morton), while Cruise's performance gains depth and substance with each passing scene. Making judicious use of astonishing special effects, Minority Report brilliantly extrapolates a future that's utterly convincing, and too close for comfort. --Jeff Shannon


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