Based on the international blockbuster film by executive producer Steven Spielberg, MINORITY REPORT follows the unlikely partnership between a man haunted by the future and a cop haunted by her past, as they race to stop the worst crimes of the year 2065 before they happen.
When we were nine, they started testing us.
They called it the Precrime Program.
The three of us were seeing visions of every murder within a hundred miles.
And then it ended.
Precrime was abolished.
I still see things before they happen.
But all I ever see, are flashes.
Never quite enough for a complete picture.
I haven't gotten to a single one in time.
Can you believe we used to stop this stuff before it happened?
Now all we do is, mop up messes.
If I could only get to one in time.
If you go to the police with this, it will be a mistake.
I can't keep getting close.
Who are you?
I have something for you.
Where did you get this?
You need to catch him.
Whoever your guy is, he's living off the grid.
See anyone you recognize?
Search this face.
We got a match.
You saw a murder, didn't you?
You're one of the twins.
I can help you.
Who's the victim?
Give me a name.
I don't know.
Arthur and me, we are like one mind, split in two.
He gets the names.
I only see what happens.
At least in Precrime they could get inside your head.
You know, see what you see.
Maybe we still can.
Little homemade neural interface.
Just not as perfected.
As in a little pain?
It's hurting him.
You need to stop.
The murder weapon.
People are gonna die right now if we don't stop it!
You think you can fix the past by meddling with the future?
You know, how much I see.
I can save them.
You shouldn't stand there.
The government wants to hide us from the world, but I don't want to hide forever.