Minority Report

In April 2054, Washington, DC's PreCrime police stops murderers before they act, reducing the murder rate to zero. Murders are predicted using three mutated humans, called "Precogs", who "previsualize" crimes by receiving visions of the future. Would-be murderers are imprisoned in their own happy virtual reality. The Federal government is on the verge of adopting the controversial program.

Since the disappearance of his son Sean, PreCrime Captain John Anderton has both separated from his wife Lara and become a drug addict. While United States Department of Justice agent Danny Witwer is auditing the program, the Precogs generate a new prediction, saying Anderton will murder a man named Leo Crow in 36 hours. Anderton does not know Crow, but flees the area as Witwer begins a manhunt. Anderton seeks the advice of Dr. Iris Hineman, the creator of PreCrime technology. She reveals that sometimes, one of the Precogs, usually Agatha, has a different vision than the other two, a "minority report" of a possible alternate future; this has been kept a secret as it would damage the system's credibility. Anderton resolves to recover the minority report to prove his innocence.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genre:Action, Crime, Mystery, Thriller, Sci Fi
Country:United States
Produced By:Michael Doven, Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, Walter F. Parkes, Jan De Bont, Gerald R. Molen, Gary Goldman, Ronald Shusett, Bonnie Curtis
Directed By:Steven Spielberg
Written By:Philip K. Dick, Jon Cohen, Scott Frank
Cast:Victoria Garcia-Kelleher, Clement Blake, Miguel Mas, Marilyn Rising, Ana Maria Quintana, William Mapother, David Hornsby, Bonnie Morgan, Allie Raye, Eugene Osment, Steve Harris, Ann Ryerson, Neal McDonough, Scott Frank, George Wallace, William Mesnik, Seth Bailey, Daniel D. Harris, Daniel Browning Smith, Maureen Dunn, Fiona Hale, Christian Taylor, Kathryn Morris, Elizabeth Payne, Michael Ahl, Joel Gretsch, Stephen Ramsey, Klea Scott, Jason Antoon, Cameron Diaz, Kelli Mandruk, Nathan Taylor, Sunny Malick, Keith Campbell, David Stifel, Arye Gross, Nadia Axakowsky, Baron Jay, Keith Flippen, Frank Grillo, Tristan Jackson, Patrick Kilpatrick, Anne Judson-Yager, Kirk B.R. Woller, Vene L. Arcoraci, Blake Bashoff, Victor Raider-Wexler, Ian Salmon, Daniel London, Michael Dickman, Lois Smith, Nina Kaczorowski, Greg Bronson, Kurt Sinclair, Erica Ford, Rebecca Hirschfeld, Rick Kain, Richard Coca, Tonya Ivey, Jorge-Luis Pallo, William Morts, John Bennett, Danny Parker-Lopes, Dude Walker, Rana Morrison, Tim Blake Nelson, Anna Maria Horsford, Gene Wheeler, Samantha Morton, Radmar Agana Jao, Ashley Crow, Jessica Capshaw, Gina Gallego, Paul Wesley, Pamela Donnelly, Kimiko Gelman, Catfish Bates, Paul Thomas Anderson, Tom Choi, Marty Terry, Jumbe Fletcher, Peter Stormare, Kathi Copeland, Nicholas Edwin Barb, Rebecca Ritz, Caroline Lagerfelt, Tom Cutler, Don Austin, Cameron Crowe, Markus Alexander, Tyler Patrick Jones, George Kardulias, Clara Soyoung, Benita Krista Nall, Mike Binder, Jim Rash, Clyde Tull, Max Von Sydow, Meredith Monroe, Colin Farrell, Jarah Mariano, Lucille M. Oliver, Riley Schmidt, James Henderson, Charles M. Kerper, Dominic Scott Kay, Katy Boyer, Dollar Tan, Pamela Roberts, Andrew Sandler, Sarah Simmons, Nancy Linehan Charles, Sumalee Montano, Bourke Floyd, Jay Shindell, Karina Logue, Diane Robin, Vanessa Asbert, Rocael Leiva, Jessica Harper, Shannon O'Hurley, David Doty, Tom Cruise, Ron Ulstad, Peechee Neric, Robert Shepherd, Steven Hack
In Theaters:Jun 21, 2002
Runtime:2 hours 25 minutes
Production:Twentieth Century Fox, DreamWorks, Cruise/Wagner Productions
Box Office:$132,072,926
Available On:Amazon, Itunes, Netflix, Vudu
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