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In the future, a division of the police department has the technology to arrest killers before they commit crimes; however, the tables turn on one of the cops working within the division.
English, English [Audio Description]
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Minority Report is truly a blast, and adventure that still feels fresh in part because it's just that good, but also because it hasn't been loved to death. And yes, in nominated Minority Report as the perfect cure for summer blockbuster nostalgia, I am feeding the beast I decry.
The movie is visually stunning, with brilliantly staged action sequences and vividly realized characters. As with Blade Runner, also based on a story by Philip K. Dick, this is a very traditional noir-ish detective plot set in an ominous future where the apparent ease created by technology has overtaken human individuality. How much privacy and justice would you be willing to give up to bring the murder rate down to zero? Anderton finds that it's less than he thought.
The most striking scene in the movie is Alderton's meeting with the scientist who created the precogs (a brilliant performance by Lois Smith), who never anticipated the direction her experiment would take. Like Norse god Odin, Anderton must give up his eyes to find wisdom; it's only when he literally looks through someone else's eyes that he can understand what he's seeing. Colin Farrell is mesmerizing as Anderton's rival, and Max von Sydow brings great depth to his role as Anderton's boss.