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Minority Report (2002)
Most Underrated and Overlooked Movies Ever Made
Coming off of the depressing, and reprehensible bomb AI: Artificial Intelligence, it is no wonder why Spielberg made another more positive movie set in the future. If you did not like AI because of the future-enoir feel then you will love this cheery more positive and though-provoking look at fate, destiny and metaphysics.
Overlooked by the Oscars and Golden Globes, this movie is in a class by itself. This movie is perhaps the greatest visual and audio edited masterpiece of all times. The great Polish Cinematographer Janus Kaminski goes into abstract form in this class Sci-Fi movie, no wonder why Spielberg hires him for every film.
Colin Ferrell proves that he is one of Hollywood's A-list actors and gives a superb performance in a really overlooked role. Tom Cruise himself was great in this role, breaking out of his blockbuster shell. The support cast of Neal McDonough, Steve Harris, Patrick Kilpatrick and Kathryn Morris do great jobs too. But it's the roles played by Samantha Morton and Max Von Sydow, the great Swedish actor, who capture the intensity of this picture, which is not really about "some dude running from enemies."
This movies is a combination of "1984" mixed with "Mission: Impossible" and then it adds another element of deeply philosophical context. If you are into different and uniquely styled films or if you appreciate new innovations in sound and picture technology then pick this gem up and I think you will agree that it was the most overlooked film of the past years.