Overall Rank: 891
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 664
Theatrical Release Date: 06/21/2002
Genre: Sci-Fi, Action
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Steven Spielberg
Actors: Tom Cruise, Max von Sydow, Jessica Capshaw, Neal McDonough, Steve Harris, Patrick Kilpatrick
Plot: In the future, the department of precrime arrest criminals before they commit a crime. When the head of the department is accused of a future crime, he sets out to prove his innocence.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/28/2022
"DON'T YOU EVER SAY HIS NAME!" That right there is a father's rage that sent chills down my spine. With a character like this, Tom Cruise and the writers could have easily done the stoic, grey t-shirt, "I lOvE MY FamIly" action hero. But instead, they did something better, which is giving him humility and raw emotion. Cruise didn't need to go this hard, but he did and I love him for it. There's some great camerawork to complement the scenes. Also, Max von Sydow and Samantha Morton were both brilliant.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/25/2019
Even as it winds down,"Minority Report" is never without intelligent, original, and involving ideas.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 05/12/2012
Minority Report is a different film for Spielberg - a dark neo-noir with twists and turns and dark themes that deal with fate and predetermination. The visuals are stunning and Tom Cruise anchors what is an adrenaline-packed cat and mouse game through a dystopian universe.
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sreekirch - wrote on 12/21/2011
“Sometimes in order to see the light, you have to risk the dark”, a quote mentioned in the movie, reveals the fact that the science and technology has developed to such extent that even mistakes can occur and every one living has to face the dark first. Minority Report directed by Steven Spielberg (fame for A.I, Jurassic Park), alongside written by Jon Cohen which is adapted from a short story by Philip K. Dick. The movie casts Tom Cruise accompanied with Colin Firth. There are many British actors in the flick, supporting or rejecting cruise.
The concept is all about a future where criminals are caught, before they commit the crime. The so called Prescribe division developed in Columbia city has evidenced the best results. Chief John Anderton (Tom cruise) is an expert in finding …
Yojimbo - wrote on 12/16/2011
An experimental police unit that uses precognitive "seers" to prevent murders from being committed before they happen has to hunt one of its own when its commander appears in one of the visions gunning down a complete stranger. Steven Spielberg's pedigree shines through in yet another sci-fi based upon a tale by Philip K. Dick, containing many of his familiar ingredients, including time paradox, the concept of free will versus destiny and the ethics and morality of technology. These heady concepts are interwoven with Hollywood hi-tec imagery and blockbuster set pieces to produce a flashy, mainstream action film with far more intelligence than most. It's true that the film gets a little bogged down from time to time as Spielberg gets a little too carried away with his own effects budget …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/18/2011
The second viewing of this film have influenced my rating. The setting is 2054 and its main protagonist is the chief of PreCrime in Washington DC, Captain John Anderton (Tom Cruise). Three “precogs” are humans with special gifts who can predict future precrimes. A representative of the Department of Justice Danny Witwer (Colin Farrell) was tasked to audit the operations of the PreCrime unit. One of the pre-cogs envisions John to kill a man named Leo Crow. John asks assistance from one of the lead researchers for PreCrime technology Dr. Iris Hineman (Lois Smith), and abducts the most talented of the 3 precogs, Agatha (Samantha Morton) to help him find the answers. PreCrime's Director Lamar Burgress (Max von Sydow) is being awarded because of the achievements of the PreCrime …
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