Top 10 Spielberg Movies: Minority Report – #10

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49 comments on “Top 10 Spielberg Movies: Minority Report – #10

  1. Definitely in the Top 10, let's see how high it can go on my List 😉

    #10 – Minority Report

  2. One of Steven spielberg's best bt still in 10th place…. no wonder he is a legendary director

  3. Minority Report is a good movie but nowhere near a groundbreaking film from Steven Spielberg. This movie was totally paint by numbers but enjoyable none the less.

  4. Ya'll are buggin'. Minority Report is easily one of Spielberg's best films. The only movie that comes close is Munich and for some dumb reason that didn't make it.

  5. Better not be seeing Bridge of Spies on this list, with all The complaining.

  6. This is one of my favorite sci-fi movie. It's weird, dark, gritty and really interesting. My only complaints is the ending BUT it remains one of Spielberg's best movies for sure.

  7. I saw this in theaters when i was kid and really could not stand it (probably cause I hate tom cruise and still do) but maybe I need to revisit it.

  8. I understand why this is #10 but I feel there are other movies that could have taken its place!

  9. 6:44 "Minority Report is the beginning of Spielberg's happy ending period." Is this guy insane? Spielberg has ALWAYS had happy endings.

  10. I like this movie a lot, but if they had replaced the precogs with simple predictive analytics and adapted the film accordingly it would have been an all time classic. The more fantastical elements actually distract from the real world implications.

  11. Better than Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom? Colour purple? This list is off to a shaky start

  12. Minority Report is something unique for Spielberg…it's a fun, mainstream yarn completely loaded with cynical black comedy and a visual approach that is so ugly…in a good way. The sequence with the runaway eyeballs is so bizarre and funny. The film feels like it's R-rated and even though there's no graphic violence. Colin Farrell here is like Peter Coyote in Jagged Edge…the asshole who is pretty much the enemy, but ultimately right about almost everything and almost the hero.

  13. Minority Report would probably come in at #5 on my personal top 10. But I'm just glad it made the cut at all. I think it deserves to be higher but at least it's actually in the top 10.

  14. I would love to see the third Spielberg/Tom C blockbuster movie after this and war of the words

  15. This is Cruise and Spielberg making magic. Tone plot action and how it makes you question judgment, by far one of SP's best.

  16. Just remove Clarke Wolfe from any Collider YouTube installments. Nothing positive and insightful comes out of her mouth. Why keep having her on the Collider programming?

  17. I can't help but compare the movie with the short story by Phillip K Dick.

    As is standard for Hollywood, the movie had exactly the opposite message to the story.  In the short story, Cruise's character, John Anderton, was older, and when the system says he will commit a murder, the designated victim used the fact as an excuse to protest against the pre-crime system and have it stopped.

    So Anderton killed him, sacrificing himself (and his victim) to ensure that the Pre-Crime system goes ahead.
    That said, if the movie followed the story, it would have been a short, boring movie …

  18. Clarke's right. Minority Report doesn't swing for the fences. It only hits an in the park homerun.

  19. Every time I watch this movie I'm blown away: the action, the excitement, but also the fear, the morbid laughter, and the emotions when
    the hero hears the precog talk about what his kid's future would have been. I would personally put Minority Report on the second spot, right behind Saving Private Ryan, which is simply the best movie ever made.

  20. I never heard it was a theory that the ending might be darker than it seems; I thought I came up with it. Right before Cruise is imprisioned in his own mind, he is told he’ll go to a place where all his dreams come true. Immediately after that, the events that lead to his freedom begin. To me, it’s obvious. Remember, this is around the same time Spielberg made A.I….

  21. I hope Dan Murrell have a chance to talk in this Top 10 Spielberg Movies series

  22. “Tom cruise knows something about obsession.”

    SHOTS

  23. Minority Report is one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time. It's insane to me that people are even arguing about having this in Spielberg's top 10.

  24. Damn where is that cute redhead from? Not Wolfe, but the other one. Never seen her before on Collider

  25. Tbh I've never really got the love for Minority Report. If I was ranking them it probably wouldn't even make the honourable mentions. But hey thats just me.

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