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    Minority Report (Soundtrack)

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    • 1 John WilliamsMinority Report (Minority Report Soundtrack) 6:30
    • 2 John Williams"Can You See?" (Minority Report Soundtrack) 2:12
    • 3 John WilliamsPre-Crime To the Rescue (Minority Report Soundtrack) 5:49
    • 4 John WilliamsSean and Lara (Minority Report Soundtrack) 4:46
    • 5 John WilliamsSpyders (Minority Report Soundtrack) 4:34
    • 6 John WilliamsThe Greenhouse Effect (Minority Report Soundtrack) 5:09
    • 7 John WilliamsEye-Dentiscan (Minority Report Soundtrack) 4:49
    • 8 John WilliamsEverybody Runs! (Minority Report Soundtrack) 3:11
    • 9 John WilliamsSean's Theme (Minority Report Soundtrack) 1:57
    • 10 John WilliamsAnderton's Great Escape (Minority Report Soundtrack) 6:48
    • 11 John WilliamsDr. Eddie and Miss Van Eych (Minority Report Soundtrack) 3:08
    • 12 John WilliamsVisions of Anne Lively (Minority Report Soundtrack) 3:28
    • 13 John WilliamsLeo Crow...The Confrontation (Minority Report Soundtrack) 5:56
    • 14 John Williams"Sean" By Agatha (Minority Report Soundtrack) 5:00
    • 15 John WilliamsPsychic Truth and Finale (Minority Report Soundtrack) 7:10
    • 16 John WilliamsA New Beginning (Minority Report Soundtrack) 3:29

    Minority Report

    (2002)
    7.8

    « What would you do if you were accused of a murder, you had not committed… yet?»
    Country
    Runtime 2 hr 25 min
    Budget $102 000 000
    Premiere: World $358 372 926 June 20, 2002
    USA $132 072 926
    Other countries $226 300 000
    Box Office – Budget $256 372 926
    Premiere: USA $132 072 926 June 17, 2002
    first day $11 663 742
    first weekend $35 677 125
    theaters 3001
    rollout 196 days
    Digital: World November 1, 2012
    Parental Advisory Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, Sex & Nudity
    • Frightening & Intense Scenes

      average

    • Profanity

      average

    • Violence & Gore

      average

    • Sex & Nudity

      average

    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

      few

    Production Companies Twentieth Century FoxAmblin EntertainmentDreamworks Pictures ...
    Also Known As
    Second Sight (United States)

    Description

    In a future where a special police unit is able to arrest murderers before they commit their crimes, an officer from that unit is himself accused of a future murder.

    Сast and Crew

    Production

    Dick's story was first optioned by producer and writer Gary Goldman in 1992. He created the initial script for the film with Ron Shusett and Robert Goethals (uncredited). It was supposed to be a sequel to the 1990 Dick adaptation Total Recall, which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger. Novelist Jon Cohen was hired in 1997 to adapt the story for a potential film version that would have been directed by Dutch filmmaker Jan de Bont. Meanwhile, Cruise and Spielberg, who met and became friends on the set of Cruise's film Risky Business in 1983, had been looking to collaborate for ten years. Spielberg was set to direct Cruise in Rain Man, but left to make Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Cruise read Cohen's script, and passed it onto Spielberg, who felt it needed some work. Spielberg was not directly involved in the writing of the script, though he was allowed to decide whether the picture's screenplay was ready to be filmed. When Cohen submitted an acceptable revision, he called Cruise and said, "Yeah, I'll do this version of the script." In that version, Witwer creates a false disk which shows Anderton killing him. When Anderton sees the clip, his belief in the infallibility of the precogs' visions convinces him it is true, therefore the precogs have a vision of him killing Witwer. At the end, Anderton shoots Witwer and one of the brother precogs finishes him off, because Witwer had slain his twin. Spielberg was attracted to the story because as both a mystery and a film set 50 years in the future, it allowed him to do "a blending of genres" which intrigued him.

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