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Minority Report

Minority Report (2002)

Directors: Steven Spielberg

Cast: Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, and Lois Smith

Release Date: June 21, 2002

3 Movie Reviews
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  • readingtwinsies
    readingtwinsiesSunday, October 22, 2017 at 7:16 pm55 popcorn
    This movie was entertaining, interesting, and a little bit scary. It’s about 3 siblings who can see future murders. I’d recommend it to adults and teens who love unique crime-mystery.
    • thumsup
      thumsupMonday, June 22, 2015 at 1:31 pm55 popcornFeatured
      (This is a review of the original movie directed by Spielberg, not the tv series.) It is the year 2054 A.D., and for the first time in history, crime is virtually eliminated from Washington D.C. with a new technological breakthrough known as Precrime. This system lies on the power of Pre-Cogs, three exceptional humans who have the power to see into the future and predict crimes before they are committed. With Precrime, the law is able to stop murders before they are carried out, and bring the suspects to jail beforehand, thus creating a safe world where there are no serial killers running rampant. John Anderton is the main officer in charge of Precrime, and nothing can lead him to doubt the system's impeccability.....until one day, when the Pre-Cogs determine that Anderton himself will commit a murder in the next 36 hours. And if that isn't crazy enough, the victim is someone who he's never met before in his life. Now, in the race against time and the government, Anderton has to prove his innocence and find out what caused the flaw in the Pre-Cogs' visions, all the while getting closer and closer to the time of the murder.... This is one of the best science fiction movies out there, complete with amazing action scenes and a creative setting that constantly has you on the edge of your seat, leaving you clues in figuring out the mystery, only to contradict your guesses with unexpected twists and turns. Instead of reading the reviews that only complain about how the movie doesn't follow the original short story it was based upon, I suggest trying this movie out for yourself. I never read the short story, but I'm sure if you keep an open mind and don't compare the two, you'll very easily find the excitement and appeal in this movie, no matter how outdated it may be. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best science fiction movies out there, and I recommend to everybody who has a love for this genre.
      • annak
        annakMonday, October 7, 2013 at 10:11 am44 popcorn
        A bit freaky and sort of sad :( Really good overall though