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4.16

Awesome49.63%
Worth A Look: 32.72%
Average: 7.35%
Pretty Bad: 4.41%
Total Crap: 5.88%

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Minority Report
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by Scott Weinberg

"Offers everything that quality sci-fi should. Brilliantly entertaining."
5 stars

There’s been a whole lot of bizarre Spielberg-bashing going on over the past few years, most of which decries the filmmaker’s tendency to lean a bit towards “overt sappiness” leading to “audience manipulation”; that last summer’s A.I. was a confused mess culminating with a trite and muddled finale; that the guy has simply lost his ‘edge’ – whatever that means. As far as I’m concerned, modern moviegoers should be THRILLED that they’re living in Spielberg’s era. The movies would be an infinitely worse place to visit were it not for a director of his storytelling caliber.

So clearly I’m a fan. Forgive me for appreciating the talent that brought the world Jaws, E.T., Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Close Encounters and 1941. (No, I’m not kidding. I adore 1941.) He’s also given us the defining film about the Holocaust (Schindler’s List), one of the most underrated “war” films ever (Empire of the Sun), and the most shockingly realistic depictions of trench warfare ever filmed (Saving Private Ryan). Sure, there have been a few turkeys along the way, but even Hook and The Lost World have throngs of supporters. Though not all of Spielberg’s movies are classics, he’s simply never made a wholly bad film.

Plowing full-steam ahead with the box-office collapse of A.I. behind him, Spielberg once again tackles the sticky genre known as ‘cerebral sci-fi’. No warp drives or Wookies here; Minority Report is glorious Science Fiction in the strictest sense of the phrase – and I’m betting that even the Spielberg fans who disliked A.I. will find much to enjoy with this one. It’s rare to find a film that dazzles the eye, challenges the brain, AND satisfies our lust for fast-paced action scenes, but Minority Report delivers all that and a whole lot more.

The year is 2054 and Washington D.C. is six years into its “Precrime” experiment. Through the use of some ridiculously high-tech (and extremely cool) technology and the efforts of three human ‘precogs’, officers on the Precrime squad can actually predict when and where a murder will occur. After filtering the precogs’ visions through the massive computer displays, the squad is able to converge on the eventual crime scene and apprehend the killer before he commits his murderous act.

In the six years since Precrime has been instituted, prediction rates have proven staggeringly accurate, and murders have gone down 90% - and the seemingly infallible experiment is about to go nationwide. It’s all very fascinating and safe – until Precrime Chief John Anderton is targeted as a future killer. Accused of killing a complete stranger (36 hours in the future), John must pull off the impossible: escape detection and avoid the omnipresent technology of his fellow officers while trying to prevent his pre-destined crime. But if the system is perfect...how can John avoid his fate?

There are more fascinating concepts and dazzling ideas in Minority Report than in any five science-fiction flicks combined. Though the advertisements are wisely touting Minority Report as an action flick (you gotta get people in the door), the truth is that the film most closely resembles a satisfying old gumshoe mystery from the 1950s. Although the technology and setting might be extraordinarily advanced, Minority Report is simply about one (hopefully) innocent man trying to clear his name. Various red herrings and McGuffins abound, and Spielberg keeps the plot chugging along quite nicely while introducing us to some fascinating characters, jaw-dropping effects, starkly stunning landscapes, and deliciously high-minded moral dilemmas.

Let’s take a brief sidetrack to mention the late author Philip K. Dick. This visionary science fiction writer provided the source material for the classic films Blade Runner and Total Recall. (OK, his works also inspired the so-so Peter Weller flick Screamers and the moronic Gary Sinise film Impostor, but let’s focus on the positive here.) Minority Report, though it may not measure up to the deservedly immortal status of Blade Runner, certainly fits in well with both the Ridley Scott masterpiece and Paul Verhoeven’s Mars-bound mini-classic. In other words, “Thank You” to the late Mr. Dick; your phenomenal stories have inspired at least three great films that otherwise would never have been conceived. (You don’t really think that Hollywood screenwriters could come up with sci-fi ideas this clever, do you?) Scott Frank (writer of several quality films, most notably Out of Sight and Get Shorty) and first-timer Jon Cohen have adapted Dick’s story brilliantly, keeping the author’s prodigiously warped (yet logical) concepts and ironic tone, while fleshing out the story to involve a whole lot more. Minority Report may not be an entirely flawless film, but the screenplay is solid gold.

As the coolly kinetic John Anderton, Tom Cruise proves once again (for those who refuse to believe it) that he’s a supremely underrated actor. I realize it’s fashionable to denigrate the skills of whoever’s currently on top, but in Cruise’s case it’s clear that talent and popularity are not mutually exclusive. Colin Farrell (Hart’s War) offers his best work to date as a Justice Department liaison who spearheads the manhunt for the wayward officer, while the seemingly immortal Max Von Sydow is his usual rascally self playing John’s longtime friend and mentor. The hidden gold (and one of the film’s best assets) comes in the shape of Samantha Morton, playing one of the three all-seeing precogs. Though she spends much of the film floating in a giant bathtub, her character figures into the proceedings a lot more as the chase progresses, and the young actress (best known for her work in Jesus’ Son or Sweet and Lowdown) is spot-on perfect. (For another example of how far south this character could have gone, think Milla Jovovich in The Fifth Element...or better yet, don’t.) Peter Stormare (the fascinating psychotic in Fargo) contribiutes a fantastically warped turn as the future's most sleazy surgeon. Neal McDonough (last seen in HBO’s Band of Brothers) and Steve Harris (one of the only worthwhile aspects of 1999’s Mod Squad) add some color, offering strong supporting performances as two of John’s former subordinates who are now tailing their estranged pal.

There are so many challenging ideas and clever constructs in Minority Report that you’ll be chuckling at the sheer ingenuity of it all. A sequence in which an army of robotic spiders infiltrate a decrepit tenement ranks among the coolest I’ve seen in years, the soon-to-be-famous ‘jet-pack’ escape is dizzyingly exciting, John’s sprint through an automobile assembly line is pure escapist wizardry, and there’s a covert chase through a mall that’s one of the smartest action bits ever conceived. (Imagine trying to protect someone who can see five minutes into the future; if they offer any practical advice – you should definitely listen!)

Minority Report works on just about every level it shoots for. It’s a fascinating science fiction film, full of weighty moral questions and ‘what-if’ scenarios. Though it’s certainly not littered with wall-to-wall mayhem, the action sequences are elaborate, intricate and altogether invigorating. There’s that oh-so-controversial “human element” so prevalent in Spielberg’s work, and in this case it’s a healthy heart indeed.

Fans of staggering special effects and massive set design will have a field day feasting on Minority Report, while those looking for compelling acting performances and a challenging-yet-satisfying screenplay will have nothing to complain about. Say what you will about Steven Spielberg, but I for one am quite glad to have him around. Minority Report marks his best work since 1993’s Schindler’s List, and it’s easily one of this year’s best movies.

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User Comments

9/13/17 morris campbell good but overlong 4 stars
11/04/16 Luisa Awesome is an understatement! Great plot, actors, special effects. 5 stars
7/11/16 Anne no comment 1 stars
12/24/13 Michelle O surprisingly AWESOME!! the performence Spielberg got outta Cruise was Incredible 5 stars
5/18/11 the rock best sci-fi neo noir since Blade Runner 5 stars
2/20/11 Ark Kickass! Thought it reminded me of BR, and it should! Not quite as good, but what could be? 5 stars
12/09/10 Dr.J Thought provoking, Cruise may not have been the best choice for lead. Over-all pretty good 4 stars
5/22/10 dr.evil Too many lame arrempts at humor; exhausting to watch. The yoga scene was pretty silly. 2 stars
5/30/09 Jake Great plot line. Really makes you think about fate and predetermination. 5 stars
8/30/08 Shaun Wallner This movie was Awesome!! Loved It. 5 stars
5/20/08 PAUL SHORTT AN OCCASIONALLY BREATHTAKING WORK OF UNCOMMON VISION, BEAUTY AND INSIGHT 4 stars
2/02/08 Chris You dont hear enough about this movie, one of the best sci-fi movies EVER, not just lately 5 stars
1/26/08 man mind-blowing 5 stars
12/15/07 Pamela White great plot and special effects, a little unreal using psychics 4 stars
9/15/07 dude truly great sci-fi 5 stars
6/12/07 Alfy boy Hhhhmmmmmmmmm 4 stars
4/01/07 fools♫gold If you're anything like me, it sure will make you think. Starts out VERY promising. 4 stars
3/21/07 man good movie 4 stars
2/16/07 Vip Ebriega If this is the future, I'm definitely waitin' for it. 5 stars
2/14/07 Double M Intelligent, thought-provoking, Complex. Cruise did a great job. 1 of Spielberg's very best 5 stars
1/15/07 Austin Wertman good, but allittle disappointing 4 stars
12/29/06 David Pollastrini penelope cruz is hot! 5 stars
6/16/06 jack quite good went on a bit though 2 stars
6/14/06 MP Bartley Terrific entertainment that looks superb too. Falls just short of 5 star greatness. 4 stars
5/26/06 Lee JIa En Very nice to watch 5 stars
2/26/06 Larry Brown Good if you conider it as camp. So bad it's funny. Too many plot holes to count. 1 stars
12/27/05 WISEMAN Incredible acting Plot, Unique very Unique, amazing, Go watch it 5 stars
12/23/05 okierazorbacker great 5 stars
12/18/05 Quigley incredibly original and awesome visuals, story and acting, but has uneeded sexual content 5 stars
11/18/05 Kristina Tjernberg it was one of the best movies i have ever seen. 5 stars
11/07/05 Firemandavid Highly original. Interesting for the sights of the future alone. 5 stars
10/07/05 Indrid Cold Story isn't perfect, but stunning, jaw-dropping visuals more than makes up for it. 5 stars
9/02/05 Zack it was disapointing 2 stars
8/31/05 Vasquez one of spielberg's worst films 1 stars
8/30/05 Brisbane One of the most OVERRATED movies I've ever seen. Mediocre AT BEST. 1 stars
8/29/05 Blissful Johnny This was the most lame and forgettable movie I've ever seen rated so highly. 1 stars
8/16/05 ES Better than I thought it'd be, believable future= mercifully no aliens 4 stars
7/06/05 Pinkline Jones Plodsville from start to finish 1 stars
7/04/05 mooper Complex and solid, this rewards a second viewing 4 stars
7/03/05 Charlie What a load of shit! 2 stars
5/11/05 Simon Epitomizes how a sci-fi flick can transcend to present great contemporary perspective. 5 stars
5/02/05 Littlepurch One of the most underated movies ever! Great mystery, acting and action. 5 stars
3/27/05 indrid cold Absolutely gorgeous futurisitc production, somewhat unsatisfying. 4 stars
3/25/05 dwarzel Interesting futuristic concepts 4 stars
3/15/05 Ronin a film trying to be something better than it really is. And 99% it's FX. 3 stars
2/23/05 conor the great brilliant;darker then anything Spielberg has ever done 5 stars
11/16/04 akio too much is too much tricks. 4 stars
11/03/04 ELI Fuckin' good movie! :) 5 stars
10/23/04 brent it was shit 1 stars
8/14/04 N.P.D. Another solid film from Spielberg,good plot is only occasionally mired by glossy FX. 4 stars
7/14/04 Daveman An interesting, entertaining film is wrapped up with an altogether maudlin conclusion 3 stars
5/31/04 Nobody An awesome movie. Cruise gets it right. He looks better with short hair 5 stars
5/29/04 elizaveta spielberg at his best - great adaptation! I didn't even mind Cruise. 5 stars
4/26/04 Ender A gritty, mind-bending film, its only fault is that it tries to be too clever in parts 4 stars
1/28/04 Dean Good "what if's" but I found the premise implausible 4 stars
12/20/03 Littlepurch Gr8 mixture of action, mystery and excitment. Good story and gr8 acting. 5 stars
12/02/03 tatum Strong sci-fi, despite obvious villain 5 stars
10/12/03 JimmyC Max von Sydow is awesome!!!! 5 stars
10/10/03 Erik Van Sant Thank God El Spielbergo bounced back from A.I. Cruise is such a pussy though! 4 stars
10/01/03 B. Fresh Defiitely the best Sci-Fi of the last 5 or so years..comparable to the Matrix! Good show in 5 stars
9/17/03 tiffany brija it was an ok movie but just a little to technical 3 stars
9/06/03 Dimitri Aubert A predictable plot that gives a good but not great movie. 4 stars
7/23/03 Flounder This movie is one of the most intelligible sci-fi flicks that I have ever seen 5 stars
7/01/03 Sarah Melvin Spielberg tries his best!!.. but is Cruise right for the part? 4 stars
5/28/03 Ana Rita Andrade AMAZING! 5 stars
5/24/03 TheOthersFan brilliant AgathaChristie-esque plot propels the action sequences to unexpected depths! 5 stars
5/14/03 Mr. Hat (I'm Back Mo'Fos!!!) One of THE coolest chases ever is in this fucking cool movie. 4 stars
4/06/03 Jessel Excellent movie. I was pleasantly surprised 4 stars
3/25/03 Jim Did pre-crime know Colin Farrell was going to steal this movie from Cruise? 5 stars
3/15/03 juan this is like an episode of the x-files, nothing more 3 stars
3/12/03 GMan I like it. It's Cool. I like it. It's Cool. I like it. It's Cool. I like it... 4 stars
2/04/03 Monday Morning Why do sci-fi movies always have to portray the future as so drab? 3 stars
1/30/03 natasha_theobald visually stimulating, but with story hiccups 4 stars
1/30/03 Ken Looked great. Holey plot, but still entertaining. I have seen the future of advertising. 4 stars
1/28/03 Paul Coleman Above average. Great special effects. Thought provoking. 4 stars
1/28/03 Glitch Worst acting I've seen in a potential Oscar nominee. Most aspects of the plot are moronic. 1 stars
1/28/03 James B. The style is excellent, but the substance is seriously lacking. The ending is just retarded 2 stars
1/28/03 Angolmois I found the Agatha character to be impossibly annoying. SX are good. 2 stars
1/27/03 David Lame as it gets, doesn't hold up to its own ideas, is there a 0 star rating?? 1 stars
1/26/03 miranda very interesting plot, eye scanners.. sweet! 4 stars
1/17/03 amy THIS MOVIE KICKS SO MUCH ASS 5 stars
1/12/03 othree big fan of cruise but THIS WAS CRAP the money spent to make it should have went 2 charity 2 stars
1/11/03 Butterbean I was put off by the retarded plot. But it worked itself out brilliantly! 4 stars
1/06/03 mp i loved it! definitely should have earned nomination for best picture at the golden globes! 5 stars
12/31/02 snowconehead Blade Runner she ain't 4 stars
12/29/02 Jiz Shitty music ruined the action scenes. Put that aside, this kicks total ass. 4 stars
12/29/02 Getchell Mouth Dropping! 5 stars
12/20/02 Chris The best movie of 2002 5 stars
12/15/02 cpbjr very few flaws 5 stars
11/13/02 Ashley Corpening Involving and suspenseful, but what the frig is with the silly wooden balls?? 4 stars
11/07/02 Jay Tom Cruise at his best! 5 stars
11/07/02 Joe Stark (Bio Man) One of the most thought provoking movies that I have ever seen in my entire life! 5 stars
11/04/02 Anonymous, Netherlands Intellectually/politically powerful and visually stunning. 5 stars
11/01/02 Monster W. Kung Whoever thinks this is a masterpiece should be shot right away. Decent movie, nothing more. 3 stars
10/24/02 Flounder This is absolutely awesome 5 stars
10/22/02 Jay Tom Cruise at his finest! 5 stars
10/15/02 Connoisseur good movie, intriguing story but why did it need to be so ugly-looking? overrated 4 stars
10/09/02 crazylikeafox Intermittently interesting but trundles along to a predictable ending, good sfx though 3 stars
10/08/02 Kamil Sert GREAT JOB: A movie of 2h30 which seemed to me only 10 minutes 5 stars
10/07/02 RedHerringsFan Underrated surprise ending(s). Steven Spielberg easily tops the incomprehensible "A.I." 5 stars
9/27/02 John McNew Has a brilliantly concieved premise, but tired underlying plot devices 4 stars
8/30/02 owenmeany2 Steve stays at the top! Fuck Michael Bay, Simon West ect. ect. THE MAN is back! 5 stars
8/28/02 viking Great film, but nothing surpasses Blade Runner 5 stars
8/27/02 Unanon seen at long last, pleased beyond belief. Fabulous. 5 stars
8/19/02 Mr. Hat (I'm Back!) Pretty damn good. 5 stars
8/18/02 Craig A little long. Sometimes distractingly cartoonish, but a classic. 4 stars
8/10/02 Damien Raven Could have been one of the best movies ever without last 20. Still great. 5 stars
8/09/02 Masooma The retinal scan access thing is a huge flaw 5 stars
7/30/02 James Mcc It blew me away, despite the few logic flaws, but fuck this film really tried. 5 stars
7/27/02 Suzz entertaining, well-acted sci-fi 4 stars
7/27/02 jdajd Critique of critique: Three FEMALE precogs? Did you even see the movie? 5 stars
7/26/02 indrid cold the movie was fabulous despite Tom Cruise and his bad acting 5 stars
7/26/02 Cannibus The best film I've seen so far this year!! Cruise is superb. Intelligent. Exciting. A must. 5 stars
7/23/02 Bueller This was a futuristic action-drama, with moral issues at it's heart. AI with an ET ending. 4 stars
7/22/02 DeconstructingJojo WOW 5 stars
7/19/02 gary vidmar A philosophical quandry about free will vs. pre-destiny. 4 stars
7/19/02 R How come e.t. *always* has to go home ? p.s. PKD wrote T. Recal under a diff title stupid! 4 stars
7/18/02 Dieter Not too shabby. 4 stars
7/16/02 H. Nimb The graphics and story line in this movie are fantastic. 5 stars
7/13/02 R.W. Welch Maybe a shade overdone but thought provoking; fine camera work and performances. 4 stars
7/13/02 Anarchy Azmi Awesome...spielberg does scif if justice 5 stars
7/12/02 Nick2k wow. last time i felt this good was 'shawshank'. what's up with the ending(s) though?... 5 stars
7/12/02 Scoopfoot Uh, Piers Anthony wrote Total Recall, not Philip K. Dick. 5 stars
7/12/02 bob leather jacket the "Fugitive" (1993) on sci-fi steroids 4 stars
7/10/02 Phoenix A Masterpiece. 5 stars
7/09/02 sdfr exasperating how often Spielberg misses making a truly great film. poor ending ... 4 stars
7/09/02 spyguy2 I wanted to love this movie BUT I CANNOT. Too long, visually bland, saw the ending coming 3 stars
7/09/02 mattski mess of a film that dies under the weight of spielbergs hamfisted sentimentality 1 stars
7/09/02 Veronica Foxx Despite my feelings for Cruise, and the fact that he's NOT an action star, it was enjoyable 4 stars
7/08/02 Imran Awesome! -Very Stylish - Don't miss it 5 stars
7/08/02 katsat Interesting but too cluttered up. Plot on ethics devolved into a whodunnit. Needed editing. 4 stars
7/08/02 jambaj0e Brilliant! The dark tone of it really carries itself well. Top notch everything! 5 stars
7/08/02 The Conscience Objector shit, this was off the hook, excellent 5 stars
7/08/02 sandy totally great 5 stars
7/08/02 Big B The only amazing thing about this movie is that they made Tom look 25. 2 stars
7/07/02 Steve Glickman Hate endings when some rich dude is humiliated infront of his peers - on what planet?. 1 stars
7/07/02 Roy Smith Steve. I forgive you for AI. Tom you get amnesty for MI and MI2. 5 stars
7/07/02 n6ko repeat after me: tom cruise is not an action star 3 stars
7/07/02 Vagile A well disguised Columbo episode complete with commercial breaks. 1 stars
7/06/02 Arnold Nagy best sci-fi since matrix 5 stars
7/06/02 Danielle Ophelia (L'Originale) Vintage Spielberg in Twenty-First Century Gift Wrap. Oh, yeah. 5 stars
7/05/02 Dr. Laura Is a Bitch (Doo Dah, Doo Dah...) Great movie. Great story. Just one problem: why is the damn halo necessary? 4 stars
7/05/02 john awesome 5 stars
7/04/02 malcolm i know this sounds wierd but -- better than the original short story 5 stars
7/04/02 KMG It was better than I thought it would be...no regurged AI shit 4 stars
7/04/02 Morits CAN STEVEN SPEILBERG HAVE A FUCKING ORIGINAL THOUGHT? NO! 1 stars
7/04/02 Dada Cool concept nearly ruined by too much glitz, plot holes and hamfisted attempts at humor 3 stars
7/03/02 Jeniz Perez Great acting, a story with plenty of plot twists and amazing special effects=a great movie 5 stars
7/03/02 Greg Flawed plot, weak ending 3 stars
7/03/02 TheTalkingElbow Funny, this movie takes place in the same future portrayed in A.I... Look at the car style. 5 stars
7/03/02 Blackops Really well done, good story, good acting, good movie. 5 stars
7/02/02 Benjamin.Lesbian Well-made, but I didn't need to have it all spelled out for me at the end. 4 stars
7/02/02 Mystique Hey Collin - if you had seen the film you would know that there was only ONE FEMALE Precog! 4 stars
7/02/02 DarkRomance.com LSD in Spielberg's Evian? the most brilliant nightmare of the future since Bladerunner 5 stars
7/02/02 Carrie THE BEST 5 stars
7/01/02 Bart Good, but not all that surprising. Enjoyable. 4 stars
7/01/02 Gordon Anker Somewhat A-human ,just dosn't touch you.Hollywood dissapearing up it's own arse. 2 stars
6/29/02 kishuta Entertaining and well written. 4 stars
6/29/02 zDog Brilliant, but not a classic 5 stars
6/29/02 Sergio Perez BRAVO! 5 stars
6/29/02 Rampage Absolute kick-ass! 5 stars
6/29/02 Adam if you say this movie sucks ass, then may God have mercy on your soul... 5 stars
6/29/02 Philip K. Dick Talk about sucking a novel up. 1 stars
6/28/02 Robert Very enjoyable, though I think Steve needs to tidy up his endings (A.I.) 5 stars
6/27/02 dave keenan two endings too long-shorter would have been sharper 4 stars
6/27/02 I'm in (L) with a Jedi tom cruise reli has a shing for blak singlets... 4 stars
6/27/02 john just so much fun , clever ... wonderful 5 stars
6/26/02 Melissa in NYC The movie is great. J.W.'s music is starting to falter; sounds hokey & recycled. 5 stars
6/26/02 bullit17 Intelligent, thought-provoking, eye-catching and just plain fun 5 stars
6/26/02 Phil M. Aficionado Ridiculous. Preposterous. Laughable. Very, very Hollywood in the worst sense. 2 stars
6/26/02 Film Guy I enjoyed everything this movie gave to us. I Think this is one of the best of the year 5 stars
6/26/02 Gibbo Major plot flaws, but exciting tale nonetheless. 4 stars
6/26/02 Darren Shea really thought provoking film, especially given Bush's efforts to lock up pre-criminals 5 stars
6/25/02 Jiz Had its shortfalls, but was definitely worth seeing 4 stars
6/25/02 Film Dude I predicted 2 major events... however, there was a twist for one of those that made it up. 4 stars
6/25/02 Jiz Best movie of the year so far 5 stars
6/25/02 bob leather jacket A Hybrid of "the Fugitive" infused with Speilberg 4 stars
6/25/02 Ming A movie that lends itself to the pleasures of a wide audience. 5 stars
6/25/02 Movie Expert The best Spielberg movie ever made, enough said. 5 stars
6/24/02 Jorge Pollo Looks awesome, and tastes just like chicken. 5 stars
6/24/02 strider3700 not an original idea in the film. The mystery aspect is painfully easy to solve. 3 stars
6/24/02 MyztiQ just wow.......not all eye candy......an excellent story line 5 stars
6/24/02 Gyro Fabulous film... an amazing look into the future. 5 stars
6/24/02 Greyjack Rock-solid noir storyline, with excellently realized near-future setting. Wow! 5 stars
6/24/02 Cris Moderate at best, just another speilberg movie saved by a good author. PKD gets credit. 2 stars
6/24/02 OPP Speilberg's best movie since Schindler's List. And actual story! 5 stars
6/24/02 Koitus Excellent film; examines "fate" vs. choice, with some FX thrown in! 5 stars
6/24/02 Don Grenfield Great Science Fiction (in the truest sense) movie. 5 stars
6/23/02 brent young a really cool summer movie. i'd watch it a couple of times at the movies. i'd say it rocked 5 stars
6/23/02 Dom Corleone Good job, spielberg 5 stars
6/23/02 Olive Miller Thought provoking,challenging,give it a look. 4 stars
6/23/02 Ric Corinaldi A flashy film, with flashy effects, grounded by some harsh human realities 5 stars
6/23/02 Michael Jones One of the years best films. 5 stars
6/23/02 Todd Ii went in expecting another A.I., and I was totally blown away. 5 stars
6/23/02 7of9 Definately worth a look, but stay alert to the story 4 stars
6/22/02 The Man Exceptional. Intense moviegoing. Highly recommended. 5 stars
6/22/02 SerpentX Noir-Lite. Some clever bits, but too shallow and Cruise is as vapid as in Vanilla Sky. 3 stars
6/22/02 ajay too long. right in the middle of the movie when you think it should end, walk out 3 stars
6/22/02 Chuck An excellent film; only diminished by other excellent thrillers like The Fugitive 4 stars
6/22/02 greensweater "total recall" + "the gift" = ecch 2 stars
6/22/02 Jeff Jue Rollercoaster ride for your mind. 5 stars
6/22/02 TheTalkingElbow What did the Dinosaur at the end have to do with anything? I mean, WTF? 1 stars
6/22/02 cleansparks go see it 5 stars
6/22/02 Jedi3 Crap 1 stars
6/21/02 Jexy This movie is so good that you'll forget it was directed by Speilberg. A quality film. 5 stars
6/20/02 Chris I got a sneak peak...this movie is definatly a masterpiece and a marvel! Check it out..NOW 5 stars
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