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a5c7b9f00b It is the near future, a future where murders have become so common, that a system had to be established. This system is called "Precrime", where 3 psychics can predict murders before they happen. Allowing police to stop the murders. This system is in production in Washington D.C. Where police officer John Anderton (who lost his son to a murder 6 years previous) has stopped numerous murders in his career. One day, he found out that he is the next person to commit a murder. Now, he is running away from a system he helped become successful, and trying to find out why he was set up to commit murder.
It is the year 2054 - Washington D.C. - dreams can be recreated through computers, computer monitors and displays are transformed into holograms, and identification is done through eye-scanning. John Anderton lost his son, and to prevent horrible events from occurring to other individuals he joins a unit known as "Pre-Crime" - where murderers are arrested before they can commit the murder. How does Pre-Crime work? Through 3 people known as "precogs". They are 3 psychics used to see the future and they see murders exactly the way they will occur. Through advanced technology, Pre-Crime officers are able to see what the precogs see, and they analyze the data, identify the perpetrator and victim, and try their best to stop the murder from occurring. The perpetrator is put into a sleep state with a device called a "halo". John Anderton gets accused of murdering a man he has never even met, causing him to run from Pre-Crime and prove his innocence.
One of the biggest gripes I have toward this film is that it's suppose to be set in the year 2054! Thats not that far away! And the futuristic gadgetry is totally unbelievable for 50 years in the future. Why not just set it like 100 or 200 years in the future? And as much as I admired the set designs and special effects, it's really just a more expensive version of "Logans Run". There really are no surprises in the story. In fact, we've all seen this plot before. Lots of times! I did enjoy Samantha Morton as Agatha. She's a wonderful actress. The cameos are fun and so are all the references to Kubrick and "A Clockwork Orange". Technically superior, but they definitely needed to spend more time on plot and story.
Steven Spielberg has made his first religious movie. Sure, he's dabbled in religious symbolism before with his messianic "E.T." and it's not your typical sand-and-sandals Biblical epic, but "Minority Report" definitely qualifies as a religious movie. The stated subject of the film is the validity of predicting criminal acts before they occur. This is referred to as "pre-crime" and has been compared to racial profiling, but it used to go by another name: prophecy. A trio of prophets (ESPers, really) exist in a sterile environment in the service of a bureau charged with heading off such crimes. Tom Cruise, as an agency operative, plays with computer screens like God playing with the cosmos (or, perhaps more fitting, like Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer's Apprentice in "Fantasia"). The stress of his job and the hell of his personal life are assuaged by recreational drug use. The plot gains traction when he himself is accused of a future murder; he must both prevent and solve the uncommitted crime. Add in a former seminarian, a ghoulish jailer with the not-at-all subtle name "Gideon" who dresses like a rodeo-circuit preacher and addresses his cryogenic-frozen charges as his "flock," and the brooding presence of Max Von Sydow (who had played Jesus in "The Greatest Story Ever Told"), and you don't even have to wait for the scene where one of the ESPers turns angelus and provides Cruise with some much-needed solace. While the key crime in this story is solved thanks to that old plot stand-by The Detail That Only The Killer Would Know, and while the special effects are as stunning as the legendary Spielberg pacing, this film also works as a meditation on the pervasiveness of toxic faith in the service of the State at the beginning of the 21st century.
Spielberg's sharpest, brawniest, most bustling entertainment since "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and the finest of the season's action epics.
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