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Minority Report - Film Review Who wouldnt want to live in a world where murder didnt exist The citizens of Washington DC have it in the year 2054 and its been that way for them for six years Law enforcement benefits from having three people with an extraordinary gift of foresight They are called pre-cogs and have the same names as three well-known mystery writers - Agatha Arthur and Dashiell They live a very controlled life inside a part of the police department building where their minds and bodies are controlled to the point where their only function is to foresee crimes and name the future victims and perpetrators They never leave the room especially created for them As a result people live in a city of unprecedented safety Crime is prevented before it can be committed This change has led to the formation of a Pre-Crime unit whose lead detective is John Anderton Tom Cruise Anderton and the DC police chief Lamar Burgess Max Von Sydow have come from Baltimore to make sure that Pre-Crime works correctly Six years of overwhelming success has made the federal government want the DC Pre-Crime unit to be implemented on a nationwide basis Detective Danny Witwer Colin Farrell has been sent to familiarize himself with Pre-Crime and to be a part of the transition team He explains how the visions of the pre-cogs help to create a picture of what is about to happen Anderton though goes from the hunter to the hunted Agatha Samantha Morton considered by all to be the strongest of the pre-cogs gets a vision that Anderton is about to kill a man He manages to elude an all-out manhunt for him and gets to Burgess to assure him that he much like the people he arrests has had no such thoughts of killing anyone Burgess tells Anderton not to worry that he will take care of things for Anderton Anderton
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