Minority Report

2002

Action / Adventure / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller

296
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 453164

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Cast

Tom Cruise as Chief John Anderton
Colin Farrell as Danny Witwer
Cameron Diaz as Bus Passenger
Frank Grillo as Pre-Crime Cop
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cinemajesty 9 / 10

Authenticity-Preaching Science Fiction Action Of The Future Nigh

Movie Review: "Minority Report" (2002)

The second motion picture directed by Steven Spielberg, which surpasses the magical frontier of a 100 Million U.S. Dollar production budget to produce a science-fiction short story by Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) on the Washington D.C. police-force in the Mid of the 21st century, adapting a dangerous and morally-questionable combination of life-stock, namely the "Pre-Cogs" and digitized glass tablet technology, leading to the processions of program "Pre-Crime", where victims and abusers are equally identified before the action, handled by leading-role-playing Hollywood Star Tom Cruise, who brings never been seen before beats of distress and agony to fight his way through a super-suspense storyline as wrongly-framed master detective Chief John Anderton, getting confronted with new old faces of the system, battling supporting characters portrayed by Colin Farrell at age 25 office-storming Danny Witwer, Max von Sydow as "PreCrime" Principal Lamar Burgess, and actor Peter Stormare, portraying eye-care Doctor Solomon Eddie in an magnificently-shot center scene of drama, comedy, action and tiny-spider-robot interogation thrills by conflicting through a neo-noir image system created by cinematographer Janusz Kaminski with an extensive use of hot-spot lighting, mirroring effects digitally as in-camera, making "Minority Report" stunning science fiction action entertainment of a 135 minutes final cut, becoming arguably Steven Spielberg's best film of his career.

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Reviewed by Thy Davideth 5 / 10

Beautiful But Boring

Minority Report is about some cop who is connected to a future murder and must unravel the conspiracy... oh f*** it. The story and conception has an interesting premise pertaining to utilizing clairvoyance to capture criminals before they act like morons but in the end it is stupid. Just flat out stupid. Which, of course, leads to this movies slow ass pacing. But I did like the cinematography especially the prison sequences. The action was okay. Not anything excited but they could of done worse I suppose. I don't get the love people have for this movie. Maybe they are on crack. I don't know.

Reviewed by Jai Singh 9 / 10

One of Tom Cruise's best

Tom Cruise stars as John Anderton in this somewhat lengthy but still really cool sci-fi crime film. I'd say this is one of his best movies, with a mix of awesome visuals and a good story with a solid performance from the lead. This movie reminds me a lot of The Fugitive from 9 years ago, with the constant chasing and mysteries being unravelled as the movie progresses. Spielberg mixes the futuristic time with raw emotion here.

The futuristic designs looked pretty noice for a 2002 film and a bit unique, especially with the hover-car designs on those huge highways. Cruise's what- looks-like-a-stylised-Bugatti car was sleek and looked like something you'd think we'd have today but no. The sci-fi nature coincides with Spielberg's previous stuff (Spielberg is an automatic bonus in most cases) and I noticed someone from Band of Brothers (done by Spielberg too) in the movie too as one of Anderton's friends. They did spend a lot (and made a hefty profit), but did not rely on the effects to entertain - the dialogue was paid attention to, thankfully. There's also a hint of politics in the film.

Colin Farrell (the mean guy from Fantastic Beasts) performed well as a cocky and young new agent almost trying to bring down the PreCrime unit, later leading the chase for Anderton. The interactions between him and Anderton showed a sort-of rivalry and pursuing Anderton gave Farrell's character (Danny Witwer) a sort of satisfaction (he tries to look for flaws and finds a human one).

You almost kinda feel sorry for Anderton, when you see what he has to do, how low he has to go and how he was manipulated. His son is a key point in the movie and he's almost used like a toy for Anderton to grab at. Agatha was, at times, cryptic and annoying, but nonetheless helpful to Anderton in his search for the truth (couldn't think of a less cheesy way to put it). The situation that Anderton creates for the villain (who shall remain unnamed) is crafty, combining genius with passion.

The ending was unfortunately a bit out of place, not really following the rest of the film, seeming rushed and understandably a main point of criticism.

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