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Minority Report (Limited Edition Steelbook With Art Cards) (With Bonus DVD & Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)

Released on 17 May 2010

Featuring: Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell & Samantha Morton

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 12 years & over

4.0 out of 5 (10 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Comment: Brand new and sealed. The Steelbook is in mint condition. I have checked it over for damage and there is nothing that I can see of concern. No dents or dings. No spine slashes. Just right! I am unable to know if there is any damage beneath the backing card though. Delivery will be 1st class recorded and the item will be very well packaged to avoid damage during transit. I collect these beauties and know how I would want to receive them. That's how you will receive yours. Buy with confidence! :)

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The science-fiction thriller Minority Report, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Cruise, is based on a short story by renowned writer Philip K. Dick.

In the year 2054, in Washington, D.C., murder has been eliminated thanks to Precrime, a program that uses the visions of three psychics, called Pre-Cogs (an abbreviation for precognitive thinkers), to arrest and imprison would-be murderers before they have a chance to kill. Tom Cruise plays John Anderton, a Precrime enforcer who believes in the system for his own personal reasons--years back his young son was abducted, and he has dealt with the loss by becoming a high-strung Precrime officer. The director of Precrime (Max von Sydow) is eager to take the program national, and feels threatened by an ambitious federal agent (Colin Farrell) who is bent on finding a flaw in the system. When Anderton finds himself accused of the future murder of a man he's never met, his faith in Precrime is instantly shaken. He goes on the run, and is trailed by the relentless Precrime police.

In the tradition of Blade Runner (also based on a Dick story), Minority Report is a dark, brooding vision of the future. Spielberg expertly mixes thrilling chase and suspense sequences (the best of which involves Anderton being pursued by eye-scanning mechanical spiders) and stunning special effects with a challenging look at society's willingness to sacrifice privacy and the notion of free will for convenience and security. Minority Report is a thought-provoking and exciting film that ranks with Spielberg's best.

  • Minority Report
  • Steel book packaging
  • Art cards
  • The Future According to Steven Spielberg (HD)
  • Inside The World of Precrime (HD)
  • Phillip K. Dick, Steven Spielberg and Minority Report (HD)
  • Minority Report: Future Realized (HD)
  • Minority Report: Props of the Future (HD)
  • Highlights from Minority Report: From the Set
  • Minority Report: Commercials of the Future (HD)
  • Previz Sequences
  • From Story to Screen
  • Deconstructing Minority Report
  • The Stunts of Minority Report
  • ILM and Minority Report
  • Final Report: Steve Spielberg & Tom Cruise
  • Production Concepts Gallery
  • Storyboard Sequences
  • Theatrical Trailers

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)


| | See all MikeyDraycott's reviews (54)

Steven Spielberg has given us some of the most awe-inspiring Science-Fiction films of all time; Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Jurassic Park and A.I. Artificial Intelligence -- and Minority Report is no exception. This film is fantastic, based on Phillip K. Dick's (Blade Runner) short story. It is such a great tale, using the "used world" element to Earth in the future. And Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton and Max von Sydow, are all fantastic in the film.

The transfer, will most definitely divide audiences, and I've never quite been the kind of person who says that some films need grain, to componsate for a poor transfer, but in this case (just as in the case for Saving Private Ryan) the film needs the grain. Telling a story in a "used-world" setting, the grain gives a great essence of reality, and makes all the fantastical Science-Fiction elements to seem more real (as apposed to the very glossy I, Robot -- which, in its own way is a great film, but the big difference here is realism -- which Minortiy Report has).

The audio is great, and the Extra-Features are magnificent, with most recycled from the DVD, however, this is a good thing because those extras were awesome.

So, buy Minority Report, and hopefully you Pre-Ordered the Steelbook version like myself and others, because this packaging is far superior to the regular Blu-Ray, which is awful artwork.

 One of the best Bluray discs around

| | See all Kenny08's reviews (27)

I have just seen the Canadian Bluray release (which will be the same as the UK), and let me say that the picture Quality will blow you away. I'm not sure what the previous poster watched his on, but read the reviews on the internet. There is not one bad one out there. The scenes look incredible, and if you love the film then you have to own this disc. Re-mastered from scratch they have done an outstanding job with this disc. My order is in for this steelbook, as this is up there with the very best this format has to offer, and I think the film is a cracker too

 Great quality picture!

| | See all leeb25's reviews (1)

I watched this blu ray at a friends house earlier. The PQ and SQ are so good I actually just ordered myself a copy. Someone a few posts below stated that the film was very "grainy." Grain is added to a film by the director on purpose just so you know.
I highly reccomend this bluray.

 Just like the film, average transfer

| | See all steve573's reviews (25)

Don't get me wrong, Spielberg and Cruise are very talented - but together? MR is so cliched - fun, but we've seen it all before. Same goes for the average WotW. Saw an early version of the BR - better than the DVD, but not the best transfer. BR seems to excel on certain older films (How West Was Won) but mainly on new films (Avatar - clear improvement on BR)

 Not worth upgrading to blu ray!!

| | See all thesaint's reviews (2)

Love the film, but not worth upgrading if you own it on dvd.
Whole selling point of blu ray is the picture quality, and basically this is a very poor quality transfer keep your original dvd!!

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ActorsTom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, Kathryn Morris, Tim Blake Nelson, Peter Stormare, Lois Smith, Jason Antoon & Neal McDonough
DirectorSteven Spielberg
Certificate12 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (5.1)
Duration2 hours and 25 minutes (approx)