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Minority Report [2002] (2 discs)

Director:Steven Spielberg
Writer:Jon Cohen
Scott Frank
Composer:John Williams
Length:146 minutes
(2 hours 26 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Suggested Event Use:Friday 13
Sorting Category:SciFi
Sorting Tub:India
IMDB Rating:7.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:91%
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: Anderton works for a department that fights crimes that haven't yet happened, but learns that he will kill a man he hever met before.

Reaction: This is a thrilling ride of a movie. My main concern is that it gets a bit gruesome at times.

Personal Rating: 6/10

Steven Spielberg => Director
Jon Cohen => Writer
Scott Frank => Writer
John Williams => Composer
Philip K. Dick => Short Story
Arye Gross => Howard Marks
Bertell Lawrence => John Doe
Cameron Crowe => Bus Passenger
Cameron Diaz => Woman on Metro
Caroline Lagerfelt => Greta van Eyck
Colin Farrell => Danny Witwer
Daniel London => Wally the Caretaker
Dominic Scott Kay => Younger Sean
George Wallace => Chief Justice Pollard (as George D. Wallace)
Jason Antoon => Rufus Riley at Cyber Parlor
Jessica Capshaw => Evanna
Jessica Harper => Anne Lively
Kathryn Morris => Lara Clarke
Matthew Dickman => Dashiell
Max von Sydow => Director Lamar Burgess
Michael Dickman => Arthur
Mike Binder => Leo Crow
Neal McDonough => Fletcher
Peter Stormare => Dr. Solomon Eddie
Samantha Morton => Agatha
Steve Harris => Jad
Tim Blake Nelson => Gideon
Tom Cruise => Chief John Anderton
Tyler Patrick Jones => Older Sean
William Mapother => Hotel Clerk

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • This movie is based on the short story by Philip K. Dick, published 1956.
  • The film was originally planned to be a direct sequel to Total Recall where Tom Cruise's character was going to be played by Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Precogs were going to be Martian mutants with psychic abilities (a concept established in the former film).
  • The small storage media used throughout the film are clear plastic versions of Iomega's PocketZip disks.
  • The "PreCogs" were all named after famous mystery writers. [?] Dashiell Hammett, Arthur Conan Doyle, and [?] Agatha Christie.
  • This is the first film since Hook that Steven Spielberg has shot in 2,35:1.
  • Apparently, Colin Farrell had a lot of trouble delivering the line "surely you understand the fundamental questionability of Pre-Crime methodology".
  • During the scenes that show Anderton manipulating the PreCogs' visions of future crimes, the music in the background is Schubert's Symphony #8 in B Minor - more commonly known as the "Unfinished" symphony.