RT Video/DVD DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 50840897 LA Closed captioned. T1 Minority report A1 Shusett, Ronald., Goldman, Greg., Spielberg, Steven,, Frank, Scott,, Cohen, Jon., Molen, Gerald R., Curtis, Bonnie., Parkes, Walter F., Bont, Jan de., Cruise, Tom,, Farrell, Colin,, Morton, Samantha., Sydow, Max von,, Smith, Lois,, Stormare, Peter., Nelson, Tim Blake., Harris, Steve,, Morris, Kathryn., Binder, Mike,, London, Daniel,, McDonough, Neal., Capshaw, Jessica., Kilpatrick, Patrick,, Harper, Jessica., Crow, Ashley,, Gross, Arye., Kamiński, Janusz,, Kahn, Michael,, Williams, John,, Scott, Deborah L., McDowell, Alex., Dick, Philip K., Dreamworks Pictures., Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation., Cruise/Wagner Productions (Firm), Blue Tulip (Firm), DreamWorks Home Entertainment (Firm), PB DreamWorks Pictures : Distributed by DreamWorks Home Entertainment PP Universal City, CA YR 2002 SN 0783270550 9780783270555 AB In the dazzlingly futuristic Washington D.C. of 2054, murder has been eliminated. John Anderton presides over the Department of Pre-Crime, wherein three "Pre-Cogs,"--precognitive humans drifting in a flotation tank, their brain waves tapped by computers--pick up thoughts of premeditated murder and warn the cops, who swoop down and arrest the would-be perpetrators before the killings can take place. Although the Pre-Cogs are never wrong sometimes they disagree. The dissenting Pre-Cog is said to have filed a minority report. If you could outsmart the Pre-Cog system, you would have committed the perfect crime. Bureau director Lamar Burgess tries to shield Anderton from bureaucrats like Danny Witwer of the Justice Department. As the pre-crime strategy prepares to go national, Witwer seems to have doubts about its wisdom--or he is only jealous of its success?