Minority Report 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report is one of his greatest films. It is a triumph of story and storytelling, a dark and futuristic film noir that is both wildly entertaining and satisfyingly thoughtful. Tom Cruise gives one of his very best performances to date as a “pre-crime” cop on the run. Roger Ebert named this the best film of 2002 and with good reason. Minority Report is essential viewing. Let’s just pray we get the amazing image quality on this disc that the original film displayed.
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