MINORITY REPORT (Theatrical Release USA 2002)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.5|5.0 Starsìììì

Minority Report
—science fiction movie—relies on the talents of Tom Cruise, Max Von Sydow, Neal McDonough, Colin Farrell, and Tim Blake Nelson to interpret and relay its story. The storyline is very good, the acting and portrayal excellent. The film is worth both time and money investment. It’s creative, fresh, innovative, and entertains its audience with a new concept.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


In a time when murders can be predicted and prevented before they occur, a man becomes accused of murder.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Spielberg for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Gary Goldman and Ronald Shusett for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Chief John Anderton (Tom Cruise), Director Lamar Burgess (Max von Sydow), Jad (Steve Harris), Fletcher (Neal McDonough), Knott (Patrick Kilpatrick), Evanna (Jessica Capshaw), Pre-Crime Cop (Richard Coca), Pre-Crime Cop (Keith Campbell), Pre-Crime Cop (Kirk B.R. Woller), Pre-Crime Cop (Klea Scott), Pre-Crime Cop (Frank Grillo), Casey (Anna Maria orsford), Lamar Burgess’ Secretary (Sarah Simmons), Jad’s Technician (Eugene Osment), Office Worker (James Henderson), Office Worker (Vene L. Arcoraci), Employee (Erica Ford), Tour Guide (Keith Flippen), Mother (Katy Boyer), Dr. Solomon Eddie (Peter Stormare), Rufus Riley (Jason Antoon), Cyber Parlor Customer (William Mesnik), Howard Marks (Arye Gross), Sarah Marks (Ashley Crow), Leo Crow (Mike Binder), Donald Dubin (Joel Gretsch), Lara Clarke (Kathryn Morris), Gideon (Tim Blke Nelson), Dr. Iris Hineman (Lois Smith), Agatha (Samantha Morton), Wally the Caretaker (Daniel London), Arthur (Michael Dickman), Dashiell (Matthew Dickman),  Danny Witwer (Colin Farrell), and Kid Tourist (Nathan Taylor).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This Steven Spielberg-directed movie is one of his better efforts. It’s an excellent streaming movie because its depth of story doesn’t allow one to easily leave the film and come back later to resume it. Buy the ticket. It’s a good addition for the home video collection.

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