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Sunday Cinema: Minority Report (2002)

Minority Report — based on the Philip K. Dick short story and starring Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, and Max von Sydow — is one of my favorite films…

[via Classic SciFi Channel]

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6 Comments on Sunday Cinema: Minority Report (2002)

  1. I think it was last year that I read the short story during my lunch break and then went home and watched the film that night.  It was a really fun experience.  I enjoyed the story as well as the film, and although it was done a few years ago now I think the effects in the film stand up really well so far. 

  2. Woo Hoo!!  Thanks. 🙂

  3. Gods, I love this movie. Though the vehicles are a bit “far-fetched” (i.e., they don’t quite fit in with the other technological innovations), the tech in this film quite literally looks like what we’ll be working with in another ten years (if that).

  4. A 4K (Bladerunner style) remaster is coming to Blu-ray in April. Can’t wait.

  5. @Derek: Spielberg brought in futurist experts (or whatever you call ’em) to provide realistic examples of future tech.  We already have paper display technology, how soon before we *do* see cereal box ads?

  6. Matte Lozenge // February 7, 2010 at 3:12 pm //

    How soon before we get AdBlock for those cereal box ads?

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