Blu-Ray Review: Minority Report

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 11 May 2010

Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi thriller is certainly one of the most entertaining blockbusters you’ll see in a while, even if it isn’t quite at the top of his filmography. Set in the future where crimes are predicted by three talented oracles, a police officer (Cruise) discovers he himself has been accused of a future murder and is wanted for arrest. John though goes on the run, evading his own colleagues and attempts to prove his own innocence of a crime he is yet to commit.

Stunning back in it’s day, CGI has come a long way in the eight years since Minority Report’s release, the film does though stand up and with Cruise at his classic best and a concept that still proves just as exciting. The colouration of the film feels slightly off from the theatrical release, but it’s a great Blu-Ray transfer no doubt, and certainly feels up to the HD task.

Film: ★★★★ Extras: ★★★★★

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