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Minority Report

timothy posted more than 12 years ago | from the if-you-didn't-do-anything-wrong dept.

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peterwayner writes: "Everyone has heard stories of odd coincidences from cousins who call each other simultaneously or professors making the same discovery, but there may be no better proof of synchronicity than Steven Spielberg's charcoal grey rendering of Philip Kindred Dick's short story, "Minority Report." This tale of police who solve crimes before they are committed reached the theaters just a few weeks after the United States learned that even citizens are being locked up without a trial or a lawyer because they might turn out to be terrorists." Read the rest of his review below.

The resonance between this story and the current war is so strong that it's almost impossible to watch it for what it is, a good murder mystery conceived well before September 11th retelling a short story that was published long ago in 1956. The movie is half a work of philosophy and half a head-scratching what-if narrative exploring the merger of computers, extra-sensory perception, and genetic research. All of this is painted on the screen in the sad muted browns, sepias, blues and greys of an amateur watercolorist who can't keep the colors from turning to mud.

The conceit is the kind of classic conundrum that made science fiction great: the police in 2054 can tap the minds of three "pre-cogs" who see visions of murders a few hours before they will happen. Tom Cruise plays a cop who flies off in a jet pack to nab the soon-to-be-bad guys and lock them away before they kill. Can we really be sure the crime will be committed just as the pre-cognitives predict? Cruise is an earnest believer in the system's perfection until, it should be obvious, the system implicates him in the pre-murder of someone he's never met.

The yarn unfolds as a long string of chase scenes mixed with some flashbacks and some pre-cognitive dodges. Cruise's character, we're told, is a fast runner and he spends plenty of time running fast. The plot is crisp and layered enough to unfold several times. The hinge points are as good as the philosophical question they serve.

The biggest failure of the movie may be the set design and the look. At one moment, we see computers to inspire the next generation from Apple, in another moment we're in a mall that isn't as fancy or as new as the mall around the corner from my house. The logos for the Gap and Pepsi haven't changed since they were faxed over from the product-placement department. Many of the scenes look contemporary, with minimal set dressing, but then along comes a great car chase tricked out like the wet dream from some 19-year-old in an art school in Southern California. The unity of vision that delivered the oily dystopia of Bladerunner is missing this time. I wouldn't be surprised if someone tightened the budget screws in the middle of the film and sent them scrambling to save money on some scenes.

The tone coming from the actors is also a bit uneven. Spielberg managed to toss in funny moments in the Indiana Jones trilogy and whole schtick came together with the amazing certainty of comic-book escapism. The bits of humor in this movie's chase scenes, though, ruin the nervous paranoia and amped-up tension crackling through the narrative's ganglia. Is this supposed to be summer joy ride or a serious exploration of the meaning of justice?

These errors in execution don't matter too much because the storyline is so strong and central to our current struggle with terrorism. No one probably wants to hear that Dick wrote this story just a few years after the Supreme Court finally decided that it wasn't really legal to lock up Japanese-Americans on the off chance that they might take their orders from Tokyo. The movie theater where I saw the film is only a few miles from the prison that held much of Baltimore's City Council during the Civil War.

Despite the uncomfortable fact that moments like these happen again and again in history, there's no way to escape wondering whether Spielberg is some kind of pre-cog being who gets his version of the zeitgeist delivered early. The timing is just eerie.


Peter Wayner thinks his new book, Translucent Databases is about ten years ahead of its time. His book about steganography, Disappearing Cryptography , may be a few months late."

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Love me, biatches! (-1)

cyborg_monkey (150790) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772294)

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0wned ! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772322)

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Nope, you guys couldn't own a drunk transvestite (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772355)

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If you are lucky, you'll stay gay.

Shut up you asswipe. (-1)

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FOAD, you useless piece of ignorant fucking shit.

Spank yourself ! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772439)

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You have no MOJO (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772492)

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May God Have Mercy On Your Soul!

We of the mighty CUNT and CLiT (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772447)

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No CLiT ! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772504)

We have confirmed information that the
CUNT was circumcized according to fundamentalist
islamic traditions.

So no CLiT for you anymore.

AC's Declared Unconstitutional (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772564)

Prepare to be Nuked! Thats what you get for your godless ways!

Because you don't have a penis... (-1)

cyborg_monkey (150790) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772577)

you know not of which you speak.

LONG LIVE THE CLIT!

AC's will burn in HELL!

Love me two times, biatches! (-1)

cyborg_monkey (150790) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772342)

Second too? I too, butter my legs.

I went and was minority report a few days ago (1, Interesting)

Disevidence (576586) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772320)

And i was impressed by the attention they gave to the issues they were addressing. Now only if they got a better chick to play agatha, and perhaps not so disgusting scenes (that sandwich was disgusting), I would of given 5 out of 5.

Good review, btw.

Re:I went and was minority report a few days ago (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772408)

I saw the movie last Friday, and I was bothered by one thing: How did the pre-cogs ever see that Tom Cruise was going to murder that guy in the first place?
I mean, he wouldn't have murdered the dude if he hadn't known about the pre-cogs vision, and he wouldn't have known about the pre-cogs vision unless he was going to go murder the guy. So what gives? How did it all fall into motion?

Re:I went and was minority report a few days ago (3, Interesting)

Disevidence (576586) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772508)

Because he was setup. Its quite simple to realise it was a self-fulfilling prophecy. The pre-cogs saw it was a pre-meditated crime, because they realized that Anderton would know about what he was meant to do a few days in advance. It was kinda weird, but it actually happened, thanks to in charge dude (name?) and the precogs.

Re:I went and was minority report a few days ago (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772590)

So the dude in charge just tells a guy to sit in a hotel room with some pictures and it all falls into place?? Why would that give the pre-cogs a vision? I agree that it's a self-fulfilling prophecy, but the question is why did the prophecy happen in the first place? The pre-cogs don't make stuff up... Hmm, maybe the movie was saying that the pre-cogs were actually shaping the future, not observing it...

Re:I went and was minority report a few days ago (3, Insightful)

rapid prototype (551089) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772548)

okay. this is the one thing which bothered me also, other than why didn't the evil doctor just butcher and kill tom cruise out of revenge, instead of HELP him. anyway...

it goes like this. the old guy (who anderton works for) finds out that agatha has contacted anderton about her mother's murder. the old guy has to cover it up.

so he finds the sap (crowe) and pays him to be in a hotel room, acting like he killed anderton's son.

now -- this would still not be enough to trigger the pre-cogs vision, because without the vision, anderton would have NO IDEA how to find this guy. and what is MORE strange is that it is a "premeditated" murder.

so i can't tie it all together either. in any case, only a few of the names and the basic principle of precrime were taken from the short story, everything else was basically an entirely new story.

-rp

CmdrTaco Lashes Out! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772321)

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A: We have a constant problem with people who are trying to break our system for no other purpose than they have nothing better to do--like their bosses haven't assigned them enough to do at work today, or that their mom hasn't made them mow the lawn, in most cases! [com.com]

uses for the riaa (5, Funny)

Sacker (133852) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772326)

so if this future comes about does it mean ill be charged for music i download before i even listen to it? damn the riaa would have a field day with that! =)

Re:uses for the riaa (1)

DrVxD (184537) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772514)

> does it mean ill be charged for music i download before i even listen to it?
Two things:
1) You'll be charged before you even download it.
2) You're ALREADY being charged for it.

Piece of advice... (5, Informative)

NanoGator (522640) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772327)

In the first paragraph of the summary say: "Go see this movie" or "Don't go see this movie".

*afeared of Lone Gunmen Spoilers*

Ha Ha (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772588)

Dude you're soo offtopic from the herd, I guess its time to declare you a terrorist and blow up your house!

Could someone just please explain... (1, Offtopic)

Photar (5491) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772336)

what does this movie have to do with minorities?

Re:Could someone just please explain... (1)

catch23 (97972) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772361)

nothing. If I told you what was the minority, I would be giving away the movie plot...

Go watch it and you'll see (3, Interesting)

McSpew (316871) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772371)

what does this movie have to do with minorities?

Think of minorities in election results, not populations. To tell you any more would be spoilers. Are you incapable of going to see this movie?

FWIW, I thought it was very good.

Re:Go watch it and you'll see (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772419)

Think of minorities in election results, not populations. To tell you any more would be spoilers. Are you incapable of going to see this movie?

Yes, I am incapable of giving more money to the MPAA. I'm just curious.

Re:Could someone just please explain... (2)

nexex (256614) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772383)

if the psychics have conflicting views, the view that is discarded is the "minority report" it has nothing to do with social/racial/ethnic what have you minorites

Re:Could someone just please explain... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772395)

Watch the movie. Has to do with a minority report or are you that ignorant to think that a minority is ONLY a person?

Re:Could someone just please explain... (1)

LordNimon (85072) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772421)

A minority report is a document produced by the people who were in the minority for a vote. This document talks about why they voted the way they did. That way, even the the majority have their way, the minority are not completely silenced.

Re:Could someone just please explain... (5, Informative)

Dephex Twin (416238) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772456)

Is this a serious question? I'll answer in any case. We're not talking about racial minorities here, if that's your thinking. A minority report is this: [pforum.org]

"After a majority of members of a committee agree on its report (majority report), members who disagree with the majority may write a dissenting report. This is called a minority report. Both reports are then submitted to the full meeting of the Assembly (i.e., the plenary) where the minority report may (by majority vote of the plenary) become its majority report."

Basically it is, I believe, a dissenting opinion.

mark

So why couldn't they just call it Dissent? (2)

yerricde (125198) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772559)

Basically [a minority report] is, I believe, a dissenting opinion.

Thanks. You expressed it in terms that the legions of armchair lawyers on /. could understand without giving away the plot.

Now this immediately raises a question. Why didn't they just call it a dissent? Simple: If Fox called the movie "Dissent", then Interplay would hang them [gamefaqs.com] if they tried to make a video game out of the movie.

Re:Could someone just please explain... (1)

LordNimon (85072) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772601)

It's more than just a dissenting opinion. The point behind a minority report is to ensure that the dissenting opinion is not silenced.

Re:Could someone just please explain... (1)

DrVxD (184537) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772489)

> what does this movie have to do with minorities
I have no idea. Do you think it should be reported?

(Too easy)

first (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772340)

post

Hey (0, Flamebait)

MxTxL (307166) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772354)

A JonKatz review not written by JonKatz!! Who would have thunk it?!?

Re:Hey (1)

nytes (231372) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772396)

Yeah, he even said "zeitgeist".

Re:Hey (2)

Chicane-UK (455253) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772398)

Except this review does not take 25 minutes to read, and you dont end up bored to tears by the end of it! :)

Not everything has changed in the last 50 years... (2, Insightful)

sgtsanity (568914) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772364)

The biggest failure of the movie may be the set design and the look. At one moment, we see computers to inspire the next generation from Apple, in another moment we're in a mall that isn't as fancy or as new as the mall around the corner from my house. The logos for the Gap and Pepsi haven't changed since they were faxed over from the product-placement department. Many of the scenes look contemporary with minimal set dressing, but then along comes a great car chase tricked out like the wet dream from some 19 year old in an art school in Southern California.

In the 1950s we were all promised flying cars through the amazing miracle that was atomic energy. But we're still driving plain old cars that run on gas. Not everything will change in the future. And also, I could see malls like the ones today being set up because of nostalgia.

Also, did anyone else notice that Spielberg switched camera lenses or something during some of those past-looking scenes? Everything looked fuzzier, like from glare or something.

I wrote a review too (1, Interesting)

doomy (7461) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772367)

I wrote a review of Minority [slashdot.org] Report in my Journal as well. Just wanted to write one before Katzdid =)

Excellent (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772513)

Your review is a lot more interesting than the rant here. Almost wish it was friday so I could get student matnee, damn I'll just scrouge 3 bucks and watch it. Thanks for the excellent review.

Seen this story before (2, Interesting)

jiminim (104910) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772369)

Hasn't anyone else read Isaac Asimov's tale of the mighty Multivac and how it can predict crimes before they happen? Amazing!

Nice Plug, Pete (1, Funny)

The Turd Report (527733) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772370)

How much did you pay Slashdot to place that ad at the bottom of your review?

Re:Nice Plug, Pete (4, Funny)

peterwayner (266189) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772503)

Nada. You just write something long enough and they give up editing by the end. :-)

In Case It's Slashdotted (+2 Informative) (-1, Redundant)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772372)

Minority Report
Posted by timothy on Wednesday June 26, @04:45PM
from the if-you-didn't-do-anything-wrong dept.
peterwayner writes: "Everyone has heard stories of odd coincidences from cousins who call each other simultaneously or professors making the same discovery, but there may be no better proof of synchronicity than Steven Spielberg's charcoal grey rendering of Philip Kindred Dick's short story, "Minority Report." This tale of police who solve crimes before they are committed reached the theaters just a few weeks after the United States learned that even citizens are being locked up without a trial or a lawyer because they might turn out to be terrorists. Read the rest of his review below.

The resonance between this story and the current war is so strong that it's almost impossible to watch it for what it is, a good murder mystery conceived well-before September 11th retelling a short story that was published long ago in 1956. The movie is half a work of philosophy and half a head-scratching what-if narrative exploring the merger of computers, extra-sensory perception, and genetic research. All of this is painted on the screen in the sad muted browns, sepias, blues and greys of an amateur watercolorist who can't keep the colors from turning to mud.

The conceit is the kind of classic conundrum that made science fiction great: the police in 2054 can tap the minds of three "pre-cogs" who see visions of murders a few hours before they will happen. Tom Cruise plays a cop who flies off in a jet pack to nab the soon-to-be-bad guys and lock them away before they kill. Can we really be sure the crime will be committed just as the pre-cognitives predict? Cruise is an earnest believer in the system's perfection until, it should be obvious, the system implicates him in the pre-murder of someone he's never met.

The yarn unfolds as a long string of chase scenes mixed with some flashbacks and some pre-cognitive dodges. Cruise's character, we're told, is a fast runner and he spends plenty of time running fast. The plot is crisp and layered enough to unfold several times. The hinge points are as good as the philosophical question they serve.

The biggest failure of the movie may be the set design and the look. At one moment, we see computers to inspire the next generation from Apple, in another moment we're in a mall that isn't as fancy or as new as the mall around the corner from my house. The logos for the Gap and Pepsi haven't changed since they were faxed over from the product-placement department. Many of the scenes look contemporary with minimal set dressing, but then along comes a great car chase tricked out like the wet dream from some 19 year old in an art school in Southern California. The unity of vision that delivered the oily dystopia of "Bladerunner" is missing this time. I wouldn't be surprised if someone tightened the budget screws in the middle of the film and sent them scrambling to save money on some scenes.

The tone coming from the actors is also a bit uneven. Spielberg managed to toss in funny moments in the Indiana Jones trilogy and whole schtick came together with the amazing certainty of comic-book escapism. The bits of humor in this movie's chase scenes, though, ruin the nervous paranoia and amped up tension crackling through the narrative's ganglia. Is this supposed to be summer joy ride or a serious exploration of the meaning of justice?

These errors in execution don't matter too much because the storyline is so strong and central to our current struggle with terrorism. No one probably wants to hear that Dick wrote this story just a few years after the Supreme Court finally decided that it wasn't really legal to lock up Japanese-Americans on the off chance that they might take their orders from Tokyo. The movie theater where I saw the film is only a few miles from the prison that held much of Baltimore City Council during the Civil War.

Despite the uncomfortable fact that moments like these happen again and again in history, there's no way to escape wondering whether Spielberg is some kind of pre-cog being who gets his version of the zeitgeist delivered early. The timing is just eerie.

Peter Wayner thinks his new book, Translucent Databases is about ten years ahead of its time. His book about steganography, Disappearing Cryptography , may be a few months late."

"Redundant"?! (+1 Insightful) (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772434)

I'll kill you mother fucker!!

[OT] Slashdot doesn't get slashdotted (1)

yerricde (125198) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772609)

[mirror of article]

The site the article is hosted on doesn't get slashdotted. When it receives more traffic than its database can handle, it falls back on static caches of the articles and top-level comments.

The "Redundant" moderation of parent was fair.

in the future... (5, Insightful)

cpfeifer (20941) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772381)

we'll have cars that drive themselves down the sides of buildings, be able to prevent crimes from happening in the future, have really sweet video processing systems with haptic interfaces.

But we'll still have to sneakernet media from one workstation to another via removable media. Nothing ever changes.

Good review (1)

cOdEgUru (181536) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772382)

Very well written as the rest of us would agree.

As for me, Minority Report is on my list of movies to see along with MIB II. A little bit of both worlds..

This PROVES IT, Slashdot editors are TROLLS! (-1)

DonkeyHote (521235) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772386)

Hey janitors, go eat a cock! God Hates Trolls!

READ THIS -Very Off Topic- (-1, Offtopic)

MoneyT (548795) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772387)

Apparently the editors didn't think this worthy enough to accept as a story, so here it is:

Pledge of Allegience Unconstitutional [reuters.com]

This isn't a joke, and I figure it's a bit more important than some of the stuff here. Go a head and mod me down, but I think this is important.

Re:READ THIS -Very Off Topic- QWZX (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772451)

While I agree it's a somewhat interesting story, how is this "News for Nerds"?

I think K5 is a bit more on-topic for this story.

Re:READ THIS -Very Off Topic- (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772478)

Non-religious people should just get the fuck out of this country. It was founded by religious people not you atheistic fuckheads.

Re:READ THIS -Very Off Topic- (-1, Offtopic)

SlugLord (130081) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772493)

Yes, the national news media (that is the American television media) seems to think this is a big deal. They fail, however, to realize that this is simply the ruling of an appeals court. The appeals court does not have the power to rule things unconstitutional unless the Supreme Court signs off on it, which they won't. The Supreme Court is perennially conservative, and will not strike down the pledge of allegience or any part of it. They will declare the pledge constitutional, just as they did with "In God we trust."

Re:READ THIS -Very Off Topic- (1, Offtopic)

Wraithlyn (133796) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772515)

I think that IS important, but I also think Bush's initiative to create a Palestinian state is important. The point is, neither of these things really belong on Slashdot. It has nothing to do with technology, the internet, the future, or geek interests. It has to do with religion and tradition.

So what? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772562)

So the legislation that added "under God" to the Pledge of Allegience was ruled unconstitutional? Why should we care? How is that "news for nerds?" It's not even really "stuff that matters."

The Arizona wildfires are "stuff that matters," but unless they melt a cross-country fibre optic communications link, I wouldn't expect to see a story about them here.

(Please don't moderate this to -1 until the parent post is already there; it's even more off topic.)

setting is excellent! (5, Interesting)

Ravagin (100668) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772388)

The biggest failure of the movie may be the set design and the look. At one moment, we see computers to inspire the next generation from Apple, in another moment we're in a mall that isn't as fancy or as new as the mall around the corner from my house.

I disagree. That's one of the strengths. It is ony 50 years in the future, and Spielberg uses a few advances to make it both close to home and alien.

To get all Darko Suvin on the matter for a moment (Suvin is an esteemed critic of and thinker about sf, read his stuff, it rocks), it is clear that the makers of this movie know what their novum (the "difference" that makes it sf) is, and they're sticking to it - precrime. Other lesser nova include the retina-scans and neuroin. What is very, very successfully done is their ability to focus on the important nova and their effects on society without getting too fancy with flying cars and moon malls and so forth.

What I'm trying to say at 4:48 pm after a long hot day is that the movie is a masterful example of putting an alien concept in a familiar context - for maximum effect on the viewer. A bonus is the gritty feel, and it was cute for me as a DC resident to see the future of the city (you know, we have Lexus plants _all over_ Capitol Hill).

Good movie. See it.

Re:setting is excellent! (4, Insightful)

Wraithlyn (133796) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772607)

I agree. The presentation of the future is masterful. Like that residential suburb scene with the couple going by on a pair of horses. Does the reviewer think they decided to use HORSES because of budgetary concerns? Nonsense. Everything is deliberate. Spielberg consulted with a large group of world-renowned futurists to come up with a carefully thought out view of what the future might be like. They ended up with a mixture of high tech and old fashioned. A case can be made that Star Wars employs a similar motif.

As for the advertising... how much has the Coke logo changed in the last 50 years? Brand recognition is powerful, long lasting stuff.

Terrorists? (0, Offtopic)

Viewsonic (584922) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772401)

The people we are locking up are NOT citizens of the USA. The two or three that ARE US born are having trials as we speak. Maybe you should read the newspaper something, or turn on the TV.

Re:Terrorists? (2, Informative)

graft (556969) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772526)

Maybe you haven't been reading the same newspapers as I have... Abdullah Al-Mujahir was, last I heard, a U.S. citizen who is being held indefinitely by the military without being charged with anything. So... unless you'd like to back your comments up with some clarification, you're nothing but a troll.

Re:Terrorists? (1)

WillSeattle (239206) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772541)

The people we are locking up are NOT citizens of the USA.

Sadly, you are wrong on at least three counts.

Maybe you should read a real newspaper instead, like WSJ or NYT, instead of whatever you do read.

Re:Terrorists? (1)

Boronx (228853) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772542)

Let us all know when Padilla gets a trial or even gets to talk to his lawyer.

Re:Terrorists? (4, Informative)

Jobe_br (27348) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772549)

Not according to this:

http://www.sunspot.net/news/nationworld/bal-lawyer -attacks26.story?coll=bal%2Dhome%2Dheadlines [sunspot.net]

The US citizen from Louisiana is still locked up in a military prison and is being denied an attorney, much less a trial! (And that news is from today, 6/26/02.

Re:Terrorists? (2)

bigpat (158134) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772560)

ummm....remember Jose?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/americas/ ne wsid_2040000/2040675.stm

Those who live in glass cubicles should not throw stones

Re:Terrorists? (1)

SlugLord (130081) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772573)

False. Just a few weeks ago, a US CITIZEN was arrested and sent to a MILITARY DETAINMENT facility on charges of terrorism. He will be tried in military court, not by a jury of his peers as the constitution guarantees. Here's the story from abcnews.com [go.com] . He has also been denied access to a lawyer.

Slashdot Wagering News @ +1; Fun @ (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772591)

Bush does not serve another term 2-1

Cheney asks France for Asylum 10-1

Bush admits scoring coke behind White House 30-1

Bush resigns over instucting intelligence agencies
to NOT investigate bin Laden family 1-2

Wrong (2)

revscat (35618) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772594)

Read this:

"A court's inquiry should come to an end once the military has shown ... that it has determined that the detainee is an enemy combatant. ... [T]he court may not second-guess the military's enemy-combatant determination."

This was written by the Department of Justice. In plain English it says that the military may keep someone locked up for as long as they want, without trial. Even if they're an American citizen. Article available here [washingtonpost.com] .

And FYI: The recent arrest announced by Ashcroft was against a US citizen who they had kept in custody for over a month before announcing it. All based on their good word.

Which is, I hope you'll agree, somewhat suspect if for no other reason than they are humans, and are therefore fallible.

Re:Terrorists? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772598)

And what fair trials they are going to have, too, since the PRESIDENT HIMSELF has said in public that the hispanic guy is a terrorist and deserves to be in jail. Good look finding an impartial jury. Um, I mean, 'impartial secret military tribunal.'

Re:Terrorists? (2)

kallisti (20737) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772605)

The people we are locking up are NOT citizens of the USA. The two or three that ARE US born are having trials as we speak.


Trials (by jury), or military tribunals [bbc.co.uk] (in secret)?

Re:Terrorists? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772620)

Yes this is off topic, but...

Do you really think that you know of every single individual who has been imprisoned due to the "war on terrorism?" No. Likewise, do you really think that the "war on terrorism" is for the good of you, a citizen of the United States? I certainly think easing up the restrictions on electronic surveillance will protect me! I'm so glad my phone can be tapped without a warrant now! Try getting some news from something other than CNN, NBC, or the other quality AMERICAN news sources. Or, better yet, instead of learning about news from people who need to get ratings, try learning about things for yourself before you mold your views around American media.

What ever happened to the Afghans detained in Cuba? Last I remember, human rights activists were very upset at how they were being treated. Then I didn't hear a damn thing afterwards.

Anachronistic sets (2)

techmuse (160085) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772404)

That would be the Glendale Galleria (in Glendale, CA), which looks outdated even today, appearing suddenly in the middle of DC in 2054. On the other hand, there are plenty of things around today that were here in 1952. Surely, EVERYTHING would not change in 50 years...

Synchronicity (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772409)

Kick ass album. The Police rock!

O Minority Relata (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772425)

todos ouviu histórias de coincidências impares dos primos que se chamam simultaneamente ou os professores que fazem a mesma descoberta, mas não pode haver nenhuma prova melhor do synchronicity do que render cinzento do carvão de lenha de Steven Spielberg da história curta de Philip Dick kindred ," minority relata." Este tale das polícias que resolvem crimes antes que estejam cometidos alcançou os teatros apenas algumas semanas depois que os estados unidos aprenderam que mesmo os cidadãos estão sendo travados acima sem uma experimentação ou um advogado porque puderam girar para fora para ser terroristas. Leia o descanso de sua revisão abaixo.

O resonance entre esta história e a guerra atual é assim forte que é quase impossível lhe prestar atenção para o que é, um mistério bom do assassinato conceived bem-antes setembro de 11o que retelling uma história curta que seja publicada por muito tempo há em 1956. O filme é metade de um trabalho da filosofia e metade cabeça-riscar que-se narrativa que explora o merger dos computadores, da percepção extra-sensory, e da pesquisa genetic. Toda a esta é pintada na tela nos marrons, nos sepias, nos azuis e nos cinzas muted sad de um watercolorist amador que não possa manter as cores do giro para a lama.

O conceit é o tipo do conundrum clássico que fêz o fiction de ciência grande: as polícias em 2054 podem bater as mentes de três "pre-pre-cogs" quem vêem visões dos assassinatos algumas horas antes que acontecerem. O cruzeiro de Tom joga um chui que voe fora em um bloco do jato ao nab os guys logo-à-est-maus e trava-os afastado antes que matem. Podemos nós realmente ser certos que o crime estará cometido apenas como os pre-cognitives predizem? O cruzeiro é um believer sério na perfeição do sistema até que, deva estar óbvio, o sistema implica-o no pre-assassina de alguém que é encontrado com nunca.

O fio unfolds como uma corda longa de cenas da perseguição misturada com alguns flashbacks e alguns rodeios pre-pre-cognitive. Caráter do cruzeiro, nós somos ditos, somos um corredor rápido e gasta a abundância do tempo que funciona rapidamente. O lote é crisp e mergulhado bastantes unfold diversas vezes. Os pontos da dobradiça são tão bons como a pergunta que filosófica servem.

A falha a mais grande do filme pode ser o projeto do jogo e o olhar. Em um momento, nós vemos computadores para inspirar a geração seguinte de Apple, em um outro momento nós estamos em um mall que não seja tão extravagante ou tão novo quanto o mall em torno do canto de minha casa. Os logos para a abertura e o Pepsi não mudaram desde que faxed sobre do departamento da produto-colocação. Muitas das cenas olham contemporary com limpeza mínima do jogo, mas então ao longo vem uma perseguição grande do carro enganada para fora como o sonho molhado de um 19 anos velhos em uma escola da arte em Califórnia do sul. A unidade da visão que entregou o dystopia oleoso de "Bladerunner" está faltando esta vez. Eu não seria surpreendido se alguém apertasse os parafusos do orçamento no meio da película e os emitisse que scrambling ao dinheiro de salvaguarda em algumas cenas.

O tom que vem dos atores é também um bocado desigual. Spielberg controlou lançar em momentos engraçados no trilogy de Indiana Jones e o schtick inteiro veio junto com a certeza surpreendente do escapism do comic-livro. Os bocados do humor em cenas da perseguição deste filme, embora, arruinam o paranoia nervoso e amped acima do crackling da tensão com o ganglia da narrativa. É isto suposto para ser passeio da alegria do verão ou uma exploração séria do meaning da justiça?

Estes erros na execução não importam demasiado porque o storyline é assim forte e central a nosso esforço atual com terrorismo. Ninguém quer provavelmente ouvir-se que Dick escreveu esta história apenas que alguns anos após a corte suprema se decidiram finalmente que não era realmente legal travar acima fora Japonês-Americanos na possibilidade que puderam fazer exame de suas ordens de Tokyo. O teatro do filme onde eu vi a película está somente algumas milhas da prisão que prendeu muito do conselho de cidade de Baltimore durante a guerra civil.

Apesar do fato incômodo que momentos como estes aconteça repetidas vezes no history, não há nenhuma maneira escapar-se querendo saber se Spielberg é algum tipo do pre-pre-cog que é quem começa sua versão do zeitgeist entregada cedo. O sincronismo é apenas eerie.

The Flick (2, Interesting)

puto (533470) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772427)

I have not seen it yet but it is on my wish list. Dick was a great author, very visionary. I would also say that he greatly influenced William Gibson in the realm of cyberpunk. If you want to know why check out A Scanner Darkly, a book about an undercover narc in the future who uses technology to his advantage, but also has a habit that is killing him slowly. Dick was a heavy addict at one time and this book reflects his experiences. It is actually a darkly beautiful book and the forward is dedicated to all of his friends who fell into the world of heroin abuse. Blade Runner(Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) was a very good book although the movie was only 'vaguely' based on it. BUT the movie kicked ass. Rutger Haur as the phliosopher replicant was great. He adlibbed most of his scenes and they kept em. One of my fav's still. So if they keep it on the real with the book it should be good. Heard a rumor once that Lucas wanted to adapt Dick books. God save us all. Puto

Spielberg annoys to the end (5, Insightful)

dietz (553239) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772438)

I admit that this new Spielberg picture is more interesting than most, but through the whole thing we were constantly pummeled by annoying Spielbergisms that ruined most of the film for me.

It was all there:
  • the pointless "humorous" hijinks interrupting the flow (oh! the protagonist is going to eat a moldy sandwich! ha! ha! ha!)
  • the sappy/happy ending when this movie really deserved an unhappy one
  • the trite music from John Williams (which seemed especially bad this time...
    is he even trying anymore?)
  • and worst of all, the constant need to explain every minor plot twist three times because Spielberg assumes (correctly?) that his audience is really quite stupid.
Minority Report would be a decent movie if it just wasn't so fucking annoying.

Re:Spielberg annoys to the end (2)

Peyna (14792) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772498)

I'm not sure about the humor you saw in the movie. I didn't think it was intended to be funny. I saw the scene with the sandwich, etc., as a testament as to the conditions those people lived in and what he was going through to defeat the system. These were people that didn't want to be traced by the system, and to do so wasn't exactly pretty.

I will agree that having the characters explain things to me annoyed me. I don't like being told what is going on in a movie directly. It is evident why things occured the way they did, and we don't need a monologue or whatever to reveal that to us. Aside from that, I enjoyed the movie.

Re:Spielberg annoys to the end QWZX (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772505)

and worst of all, the constant need to explain every minor plot twist three times because Spielberg assumes (correctly?) that his audience is really quite stupid.

Considering how he was burned by A.I. ("What's with those aliens at the end?" and "I can't believe that sappy ending!"), it's not surprising that for this movie he decided to make things more obvious.

Re:Spielberg annoys to the end (2, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772592)

I can't agree more. Minority Report was an awful movie for those reasons and these few extra:
  • Upon being cited for a future murder, the protagonist decides that he should run, for no other explanation than, "everyone runs".
  • The protagonist could have just asked to be locked in a room until the murder date had passed thereby making the prediction bunk.
  • The doctor who does the protagonists surgery claims he was locked up sometime in the past by his patient. He explains while the patient is passing out from drugs that he is about to exact his revenge. What comes of it? Nothing...
  • After having his eyes replaced to get past security, he goes to his office and uses his old eye in a baggy to get in. Point of getting eyes done? Maybe it was for the laugh of seeing him chase them down a hall after dropping them. har har har.
  • Yes, having Speilburg explain a completely typical ending over and over and over during the last 45 minutes made me dream of my futures crimes.

Boring with a cheap ending? (1)

essdodson (466448) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772454)

Am I the only person who found it to be rather boring until the final twenty minutes or so? Then the entire thing changed so much you felt like you were watching a movie so cheesy as something like Scream1,2,3...? I was really let down when I saw it opening night.

Spoilers? (1)

sys49152 (100346) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772457)

I intentionally did not "read more" as the main article did not warn about spoilers or not. And I'm not reading any posts until I see the movie.

Jarring and well done (4, Interesting)

StefanJ (88986) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772473)

I enjoyed almost everything about the movie except the closing narration, which could have better been done through a sound-collage of media voices.

I thought the conception and excution of the film's near future was actually very well done. It is important not to change TOO many things, or you end up with a future that isn't "relatable."

Put another way: I think a mall which is largely recognizable, but has just a few odd tweaks, is a more effective way of delivering future shock than a totally unrecognizable one.

And, realistically, the near future WILL still have lots in common culturally with the current-day and even the past. I don't find the notion of The Gap logo not changing a stretch (however, I might expect it to be a place where geezers go to shop . . . comforting fashions for elderly Gen-Xers).

Stefan

movie memoribilia (1)

bsDaemon (87307) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772475)

they filmed part of this in my town. I've not seen it yet, and don't really intend to, so i can say which ones they were. From trailers i've seen, that house with the water around it looked familiar.
Anyway, because they were here all last summer i've got a copy of the book signed by spielburg and cruise. I am not exactly proud of this, though. Anyone liked the movie or the book that wants this one?

Re:movie memoribilia (2)

StefanJ (88986) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772507)

You're giving it away? Are ye daft lad? #B^)

Seriously, hang on to it. Auction it on eBay. Might be worth a house payment, someday.

I hate to be the bad guy here (1)

IWantMoreSpamPlease (571972) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772484)

And I *know* I'll get modded down as a Troll (I've noticed that anyone who disagrees with the main author with respect to movies get's modded as a troll) but that movie blew chunks. *SPOILER ALERT* For starters, in order for the pre-cogs to have seen Tom Cruise's character commit murder, he'd have to have been set up *in advance*, and the person doing the set-up (Max von Sydow I presume) *would have to know **in advance** that Tom would go snooping around old muder files*, in effect, Max von Sydow would have to be a pre-cog himself, which obviously he isn't, and therefore the *entire* premise of the movie is invalidated. Next: The pre-cogs, we are told again and again, starting from childhood and going from there, that they can only see murders, yet when in the mall, she sees every little thing, like the oriental woman having an affair, when to hide from the cops, etc etc etc... And although the pre-cogs are "apparently" never wrong (although they do see things slightly differently) they didn't see Max von Sydow kill himself...ooops. In short, poorly written, very poorly written. It's as bad as Swordfish was (that had *no* plot...which is worse than a bad plot, no plot whatsoever)

Re:I hate to be the bad guy here (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3772531)

I agree with your point about the set-up. A larger problem is that Tom wouldn't have gone snooping at all without the pre-cogs' vision. However, the pre-cogs' wouldn't have had the vision unless Tom had gone snooping and found the guy. Neither is possible without the other, so neither could have happened.

This review makes too great a logical leap (2, Insightful)

Jack William Bell (84469) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772497)

This review makes too great a logical leap by trying to tie the pre-cogs/precrime plot of Minority Report to the 'War on Terrorism'. Not only is it, well I don't really have a better word, stupid -- but it seems the reviewer is trying to make a political point. Albeit with all the striking power of a wet noodle.

Sorry, this article doesn't cut it as a movie review -- or -- as a philosophical statement. It sucks on far too many levels. Moderate me offtopic if you like, but don't moderate as a troll or flamebait, this is truly my opinion and I stand behind it.

I would hope that the /. editorial staff will try not to drop such obvious dreck on us in the future. Of course history tells me differently...

Jack William Bell

Re:This review makes too great a logical leap (1)

WillSeattle (239206) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772517)

No, I think if you'd actually watched the movie you'd be agreeing with the reviewer. He's not the only person to say this, including Ebert and Roper amongst others.

Oh great... (1)

swaic (541592) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772516)

And I thought this was the findings of a study about black people. Oh man... What a ripoff. :)

awesome movie (0)

dze (89612) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772527)

I went to see this opening night and was extremely impressed. Definitely the best 2002 movie I've seen. Great effects, visuals, plot, acting, and endless fodder for discussion. Only minor negative was the Spielbergian melodrama, which occurs in a few scenes and does stick out a bit. Fortunately these are few and far between and are usually pretty short.

I think the number one impressive thing had to be how a pretty complex plot got set up and and they managed to resolve it without "cheating".

There's a few scenes that'll make you jump, and a few freaky ideas. Agatha certainly gives you the creeps a few times... "Murrdderrr!!!" :)

Something missing... but what? (3, Interesting)

doorbot.com (184378) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772529)

I thought Minority Report was an entertaining movie and decent SciFi, but for some reason I got the feeling that the movie simply "could have been better" but I'm at a loss to point to specific instances where I felt some touch up was necessary.

In addition, the movie is actually quite different from the original short story, which I guess would be natural when someone like Spielberg tries to expand a short story to a two and half hour blockbuster which is designed to appeal to Joe Consumer.

Read this exclusive Interview (3, Funny)

tcd004 (134130) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772532)

Tom Cruise, Kind of [lostbrain.com]

Yes, it's a joke-Enjoy
tcd004

My one big issue with the film (SPOILER?) (5, Insightful)

tempest303 (259600) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772540)

***POSSIBLE SPOILER AHEAD***

(i don't give much away about what happens, but rather, what doesn't)

Maybe the original short story covers this, but I was miffed that this particular hole in the story was left untouched:

Why do they have to convict people of these crimes they haven't commited? (or whatever they call it when they arrest you for pre-crime) Why not intercept the criminal before the crime is commited, hold the suspect for like 72 hours, possibly giving them some kind of counseling, and then release them? If they never commited a crime, they can't really be guilty of it, so no harm, no foul. In the movie, they say that premeditated murder is almost extinguished, because no one is dumb enough to try it anymore. This would still be the case under my idea, and you could even consider imprisoning those who are repeat "offenders". But it would keep people from commiting crimes of passion, and allow them to continue their lives.

Thoughts, anyone?

Leftist Propaganda **SPOILERS** (3, Insightful)

nebby (11637) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772546)

It was a well executed movie, but there was some obviously biased left-wing exaggerations. Anyone who says this movie was realistic or "could happen" is a paranoid alarmist.

** SPOILERS BELOW **

First off, it seems the department of precrime has done away with the entire judicial system. You're caught and then hauled off and put in your little halo/tube thing with no trial or investigation. Also, if you think the American public would be cool with prisoners being plugged into the Matrix and sealed off, you're a moron.

If there in fact was a department of precrime, those who were prevented from committing murder would not be arrested but most likely be put into counseling along with restraining orders placed from those who were going to be killed. They wouldn't go to jail as if they committed a crime, simply because they didn't. If you think they would, you too are a paranoid alarmist idiot.

The kicker for me was at the end when the entire precrime system was abolished.. and this was something we were supposed to feel good about. Nevermind the fact that D.C. would probably shoot back to the number 1 murder rate city in the country overnight. Nevermind the fact that precrime could have been used legitimately and usefully, preventing murders by intervention but without punishment (what an idea!)

I also love the fact that our precog friends decide to live on a farm at the end where they can read books. Because as every good bleeding heart liberal knows, technology and society are evil. Please.

Oh, and of course everyone would be cool with them immersing the precogs in a vat of goo for all their lives. Starting the movie with this premise, something which would never be legitimate, and then breaking it down at the end to help us feel good about the conclusion is the cinematic equivalent of a straw man.

I realize it was just a movie, but I want could curb some of the alarmist reaction to this wholly unrealistic depiction of what the world would be like if we could accurately predict murder. Putting this out now after 9/11 makes it all too easy for the lefties to jump on it and say "See???" Don't let them.

Re:Leftist Propaganda **SPOILERS** (2)

nebby (11637) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772579)

Oh, and just to clear things up: if you're going to blow up downtown D.C. in the name of a foreign terrorist movement, you're an enemy combatant. This means you can be tried by a military tribunal as per history.

hahaha (-1)

Cryptopotamus (460702) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772550)

"then along comes a great car chase tricked out like the wet dream from some 19 year old in an art school in Southern California"

Speaking of timing... (1)

mraymer (516227) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772552)

I just got done reading Filthy's review of the movie: http://www.bigempire.com/filthy/
I go to slashdot's frontpage and what do I see? A review for the movie! Creepy.

Coolness. (and spoilers...) (1)

BobLenon (67838) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772568)

I saw it saturday nite. It was deffinetly worth the $7.50. I thought the story was uniquly good... not quite as odd as last year's AI. I left feeling as though about 70% of that movie could be true ... except for the pre-cogs and jetpacks.

Technicly I think it was a decent portaial of a not too distant future. The adds, while not really a new update of what is current, were technicly advance ... (Other than being told that i need a nice cold Guniess, Id stay at home tho). The displays were impressive, but really not that impossible ... fighter jets use simlar tech. As for the gesture system, that was just down right cool. Anyone know were I can get one?

There were a few weak technical points. Why did they have to sneakernet the data between the two machines? ... I think it might they wanted the big display unnetworked, a way to make sure it was 100% secure. Secondly, when Tom is imprisoned, why is his eye still active. I mean in 50 years, when someone gets thrown in jail, I'd hope they would imeadatly have no access to secure area? Everything seemed to be integrated into one Database that id'd ppl by their eyes. Of corse maybe they use Passport ... ;)

All in all I though it was great. The cars were cool, albiet a bit far fetched. But it was done well. I enjoyed it.

Review? What review? (1)

DreadfulGrape (398188) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772584)

Less of a movie review and more of a political diatribe, methinks. If Timothy is not comfortable with aggressively going after the bad guys, fine, but kuro5hin might be a better forum for him than /.

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That's a negative, sir. (0, Troll)

rice_burners_suck (243660) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772606)

d00dz!!!!111111 h4x0rz want3d!!!11111 f1x bugz in linux!!!!!!111 get $$$4444 4 h4x0rz!!!!!!1111 this iz not a tr0ll!!!!!111111

Good thing, as someone kindly pointed out today, that Slashdot exists solely and exclusively for my amusement, and for no other reasons.

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i thought it sucked (1)

SpaceMountain (588485) | more than 12 years ago | (#3772616)

intersting eyecandy..

but easy to predict, and the payoff was lame.
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