MINORITY REPORT


Year: 2002
USA & UK: Twentieth Century Fox
Cast: Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max Von Sydow, Steve Harris, Neal McDonough, Patrick Kilpatrick, Jessica Capshaw, Richard Coca, Kirk Wolle, Klea Scott, Frank Grillo, Anna Maria Horsford, Sarah Simmons, Eugene Osment, James Henderson , Erica Ford, Keith Flippen, Nathan Taylor, Radmar Agana Jao, Karina Logue, Elizabeth Anne Smith, Victoria Kelleher, Jim Rash, Stephen Ramsey, Tom Choi, Tom Whitenight, Billy Morts, Daniel London, Michael Dickman, Matthew Dickman, Lois Smith, Tim Blake Nelson, George Wallace, Ann Ryerson, Kathryn Spencer, Treat Clark, Tyler Patrick, Jones Dominic, Scott Kay, Arye Gross, Ashley Crow, Mke Binder, Joel Gretsch, Jessica Harper, Bertell Lawrence, Jason Antoon, William Mesnik, Severin Wunderman, Max Trumpower, Allie Raye, Rocael Rueda Sr, Nicholas Edwin Barb, Catfish Bates, B Peter Stormare, Caroline Lagerfelt, Vanessa Cedotal, Katy Boyer, Adrianna Kamosa, Elizabeth Kamosa, Laurel Kamosa , Kari Gordon, Raquel Gordon, Pamela Roberts, Clement Blake, Jerry Perchesky, Victor Raider-Wexle, Nancy Linehan, Charles, Nadia Axakowsk, Tony Hill, Dude Walker, Drakeel Burns, William Mapother, Paul Wasilewski, Morgan Hasson, Andrew Sandler, Kimiko Gelman, Caitlin Mao, Bonnie Morgan, Kathi Copeland, Lucille M Oliver, Ana Maria Quintana, Gene Wheeler, Payman Kayvanfar, Tonya Ivey, David Stifel, Kurt Sinclair, Rebecca Ritz, Beverly Morgan, John Bennett, Maureen Dunn, Ron Ulstad, Blake Bashoff, David Doty, Gina Gallego, Anne Judson-Yager, Meredith Monroe, Benita Krista Nall, Shannon O'Hurley, Jorge Pallo, Elizabeth Payne, Ethan Sherman, Jarah, Miles Dinsmoor
Director: Steven Spielberg
Country: USA
USA & UK: 143 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for violence, brief language, some sexuality and drug content
UK Certificate: 12 contains moderate violence and one use of strong language
USA Release Date: 21 June 2002
UK Release Date: 4 July 2002


Synopsis

In Washington DC, in the year 2054, murder has been eliminated. The future is seen and the guilty punished before the crime has ever been committed. From a nexus deep within the Justice Department's elite Pre-Crime unit, all the evidence to convict - from imagery alluding to the time, place and other details - is seen by "Pre-Cogs," three psychic beings whose visions of murder have never been wrong. It is the nation's most advanced crime force, a perfect system. And no one works harder for Pre-Crime than its top man, Chief John Anderton (Tom Cruise). Destroyed by a tragic loss, Anderton has thrown all of his passion into a system that could potentially spare thousands of people from the tragedy he lived through. Six years later, the coming vote to take it national has only fuelled his conviction that Pre-Crime works. Anderton has no reason to doubt it ... until he becomes its #1 suspect.

As the head of the unit, Anderton is the first to see the images as they flow from the liquid suspension chamber where the Pre-Cogs dream of murder. The scene is unfamiliar, the faces unknown to him, but this time, the killer's identity is clear - John Anderton will murder a total stranger in less than 36 hours.

Now, with his own unit tracking his every move, led by his rival, Danny Witwer (Colin Farrell), Anderton must go below the radar of the state-of-the-art automated city, where every step you take is monitored, every car you drive can be controlled by someone else, and your own eyes tell the world who you are, what you want and where you're going. Because you can't hide, everybody runs.

With no way to defend himself against the charge of Pre-Crime, John must trace the roots of what brought him here, and uncover the truth behind the question he has spent the past six years working to eliminate: Is it possible for the Pre-Cogs to be wrong?