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Minority Report

GENE

 SNICK

 GORDY

Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber

MINORITY REPORT

 

 

This movie is filled with subplots branching out with colorful characters. The twists and turns keep shifting the stories' directions for the full two-and-a-half hours.

The plot takes place in the year 2054, in Washington, D.C. Murder has been eliminated by punishing the killers before the murders ever take place.

The idea of the film was original and fresh with new effects and a chance to look into the future and wonder what it would be like.

Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg--with an outstanding supporting cast--made this all work for me.

Spielberg paints a bleak (but believable) film noir future in Minority Report--the story of a perfect justice system about to be challenged.

It's a dark trip to the not-so-distant future, where psychics predict murders--or do they?

Beautiful, eerie, and filled with great performances.

This is quite possibly the best movie of this summer.

International cinema's biggest star, Tom Cruise, has finally got together with international cinema's biggest director, Steven Spielberg, to make the Minority Report.

This is a thought-provoking movie that could be classified in many categories, like science fiction, futuristic action/thriller, or detective mystery story, where the star becomes the fugitive and goes on the lam to prove his innocence.

I think everyone can find something to his or her taste in this film. It is like a cinematic buffet that can keep your mind occupied for days to come.


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