Minority Report

Minority Report
Minority Report

Year

2002

Duration

145 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In the future portrayed by Minority Report, crime will be a thing of the past - because the police will now have the ability to capture citizens before they commit crimes. The technology used to help the police capture would-be criminals seems flawless, until a cop who relies on it suddenly finds himself on the wrong end of the law. He is determined to get to the bottom of what he believes is a conspiracy, and to clear his name before he's convicted. Director Steven Spielberg's Minority Report is that rare movie - a thought-provoking, intelligent story where every moment is also packed with action.

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This film has one use of strong bad language

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