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Minority Report

2002 American neo-noir science fiction film

Minority Report

Released 17 June 2002 (20 years, 9 months ago)

Director Steven Spielberg
Duration 145 minutes
Genre science fiction film and action film
Composer John Williams
Production company 20th Century Fox, DreamWorks, Amblin Entertainment and Cruise/Wagner Productions
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Scott Frank and Jon Cohen
Producer Jan de Bont, Gerald R. Molen and Walter F. Parkes

About Minority Report

Steven Spielberg's 2002 sci-fi thriller Minority Report, based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, is a visually stunning and thought-provoking film that explores the ethical and moral implications of predictive policing. Set in a dystopian future where a specialized police unit uses precognitive technology to arrest individuals before they commit crimes, the film follows John Anderton (Tom Cruise), the head of the unit, as he becomes a fugitive after being accused of a future murder.

The film's stunning visuals, innovative use of technology, and gripping action sequences are complemented by a strong cast, including Colin Farrell as Anderton's rival, Max von Sydow as his boss, and Samantha Morton as the precog who predicts his future crime. The film's themes of free will, determinism, and the abuse of power are as relevant today as they were when the film was released almost two decades ago.

Minority Report received critical acclaim upon its release, with many praising Spielberg's direction and the film's screenplay, which was written by Scott Frank and Jon Cohen. The film was also a commercial success, grossing over $358 million worldwide.

Overall, Minority Report is a must-see film for sci-fi fans and anyone interested in exploring the ethical and moral implications of predictive policing. Its themes and ideas continue to resonate today, making it a timeless classic.


- Ebert, R. (2002). Minority Report movie review & film summary (2002). Roger Ebert.

- Bradshaw, P. (2002). Minority Report. The Guardian.

- Minority Report (2002) - Box Office Mojo. (n.d.). Box Office Mojo.

Cast and crew

Cast and crew listed below. See if you can find out who is who from the stats below.


92 years, 5 months, 18 days


26 years, 11 months, 2 days

Born first

10 April 1929

Died first

8 March 2020

Born last

6 May 1996

Died last

8 March 2020

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