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Minority Report /Rapport Minoritaire (Bilingual) [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, Steve Harris
  • Directors: Steven Spielberg
  • Writers: Jon Cohen, Philip K. Dick, Scott Frank
  • Producers: Bonnie Curtis, Gary Goldman, Gerald R. Molen, Jan de Bont
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: April 20 2010
  • Run Time: 145 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (343 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0036DQTB2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,210 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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L’échec relatif de A.I., son précédent projet, n’a pas empêché le prolifique Steven Spielberg de tenter une autre incursion du côté de la science-fiction, en s’appuyant cette fois sur une nouvelle de Philip K. Dick. Si Minority Report paraissait alléchant sur papier, le résultat rappelle qu’il ne suffit pas toujours de réunir les bons ingrédients pour faire prendre la sauce.

2054. Washington est désormais une ville propre. La publicité anticipe les désirs des consommateurs, les empreintes rétiniennes servent aux contrôles d’identité, les crimes sont de l’histoire ancienne. En effet, le programme “Pré-crime” permet aux policiers de prévenir les meurtres, grâce aux prévisions de trois “pré-cogs”, des êtres humains génétiquement modifiés. Mais tout se complique lorsqu’une de leurs visions implique le flic-vedette de la maison, John Anderton.

À force de tirer les ficelles de grosses productions, Spielberg semble avoir perdu la finesse qui caractérisait son premier essai dans le genre, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Rajoutez à cela un Tom Cruise de plus en plus monolithique et vous obtenez un film qui ne tient pas ses promesses. Malgré la présence de Max von Sydow, un scénario plus qu’intéressant (qui aurait pu soulever une réflexion poussée sur les dérives de la sécurité publique et la surconsommation) et une mise en scène indéniablement inventive, Minority Report ne décolle pas complètement. Mais l’éternelle naïveté optimiste de Spielberg, elle, réussit toujours à attendrir. --Helen Faradji

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 4 2006
Format: DVD
Minority Report combines an elaborate plot you can never really pin down until the very end, loads of summer blockbuster-type action, all sorts of nifty futuristic technologies and special effects, the star power of Tom Cruise, and the direction of Steven Spielberg. Given all that, this movie was virtually guaranteed to please audiences, and it does not disappoint. While the plot is loosely adapted from a short story by Philip K. Dick (who truly belongs in the upper echelon of science fiction writers but is still vastly underappreciated), it does manage to embody much of the sociopolitical questions and concerns related to technological advancement that animated Dick's body of work. In the world of Minority Report, set in 2054, privacy has basically disappeared. Retinal scans trace your every move, your mind is constantly bombarded by customized advertising (it's like having your brain infected by unlimited and infinitely invasive spyware programs), and you can be arrested and put away (in a comatose cocoon) for a crime you did not commit - if you live in Washington, D.C., at least. The experimental precrime unit set up in the nation's capitol six year ago quickly reduced the murder rate to zero, employing a trio of exceptional young people gifted (or cursed, depending on which way you look at it) with an uncanny ability to see murders before they happen - thanks to the milky liquid they lie in, their prevision powers are significantly boosted and translated into electrical data the precrime authorities can view themselves. Detective John Anderton (Tom Cruise) is the lead investigator, and he interprets the signals of the precognitives' visions in order to locate and stop each impending murder before it can happen.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By George Annessa on June 29 2004
Format: DVD
Minority Report definitely ranks as one of the best future-theme movies of all time. Although not as groundbreaking as The Matrix or visually stunning as Blade Runner, it has it's own pro's.
In a future where future crimes are predicted using triplets or 'Pre Cogs' with the ability to foresee events yet to come, the Police Officer in charge and support of the device himself (Tom Cruise) is accused of a murder that he has yet to commit. Though he believes that he is innocent, the squad doesn't, so Cruise sets out on his journey to find the truth.
The storyline for the movie is interesting, very thought provoking. A lot of what is talked about sounds complicated at first, but listening closely will reveal that they are really talking about the Minority Report of Cruise. Listen even more closely and you'll understand the entire movie, otherwise you will be lost.
Good actors playing good characters, impressive special effects, quality action, and a deepening plot - Minority Report is definitely worth the price of admission.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. van Tonder on June 5 2004
Format: DVD
Tom Cruise is John Anderton, a cop in this futuristic thriller. Together with Burgess, they developed PreCrime, a state-run programme which utilises biological and technological advances to predict crimes even before they happen. Three "precogs" (human "mutants" with extraodinarily acute psychic-like abilities) are at the center of this technology. One day at the swimming pool, John's young son is abducted by a mysterious stranger, whom John has never been able to trace. Through a string of premeditated circumstances, John ends up killing a man who was responsible for abducting and (he assumed) killed his son. He gets put away, but that is not it. One of the "precogs" keeps having flashback memories of a woman getting killed, but nobody has been able to trace the killer. Eventually, (I don't want to spoil this for you!) justice is served :)
This movie is about the future, but it does make you think : what if one day we can all predict everything that's going to happen,and change them before they happen? Can that be a good thing? I think not. Life is full of choices and possibilities. Once these choices and possibilities are taken away from us, then really, why should we even bother to live it?
Premeditating the future is an interesting idea but imagine if someone told you you're gonna kill someone tomorrow. Given the right circumstances, you end up at the point where you are going to kill someone but haven't yet. If you recognise the fact that life is about choice, you know you can prove the prediction wrong by not killing. But if you do not recognise the fact that you can choose what you do and change what they predict about you, then you have really lost the plot - i.e. you'd be just a pawn in someone else's game.
Great sci-fi thriller. Very fast paced, very meaningful theme, you never really know what's gonna happen, and great special effects.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Mintah on June 13 2004
Format: DVD
I am so glad my husband dragged me to see this movie. From the advertising, it did not look too interesting, although I love action and sci-fi. Minority Report is magnificent. One of the most original, thought-provoking, and entertaining movies to come along in twenty years. This is a true classic.
Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell are wonderful in their roles as Precrime Police, stopping crimes and charging "criminals" even though the crime has not taken place. The Precrime Police have three empaths who provide them with information. The empaths are suspended in water solution, and although they are not slaves, have never seen the outside world. One of the empaths is female. She is one of the most compelling characters, although she does not say much or get much screen time.
The last scene had a few women in the theater crying.
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