MY FIRST PG-13 MOVIE I GOT TO SEE AND MY DAD EVEN BROUGHT ME CUZ HE WAS THAT EXCITED TO BREAK HIS OWN RULES FOR THIS STORYLINE lol and it changed my life as a teen lol for sure it opened up my mind like never before... especially crazy to watch coming from a remote place where i was raised in a cult.....it blew my little mind....and I recommend it 1,000000000% especially in these times....i will never forget the important message it carries with it....you can always change it 😘😚😊😁😀🤯
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Steven Spielberg's Sci-Fi masterpiece, based on the short story by science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, "Minority Report" is a vision of a future, set in the year 2054, where homicide can be predicted by three "precognatives",who have, a disturbing series of visions of murders,that take place at a future time...And suspects are arrested before the murders even take place...When Washington D.C. Police Chief John Anderton, "Precrime" Supervisor, becomes a suspect, and ultimately a perpetrator of the "Precogs"visions, Anderton goes on the run, resorting to desperate measures, to disguise his identity, and maintain his perceived innocence...The technology in this future, can be quite alarming, compared to our current law enforcement practices...But this futuristic murder/ mystery thriller,does have it's basis on Spielberg's employment, of futurist's predictions of tech, that they envisioned would possibly be used, 50 years in the future...
I am not a Tom Cruise fan, but this movie has enough style and gadgetry to stand regardless of who the lead actor is. In addition it's based on a Philip K Dick novel which always works for me when done correctly.
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