Critic Consensus: Lacking either the action or the imagination of its big-screen predecessor, Minority Report is a pedestrian spinoff that fails to capture the vision of the film.
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The futuristic visual effects are mildly entertaining, but the story line becomes tedious and morally defanged by the end of the pilot.
This Minority has nothing particularly insightful to report, not about the way we live now nor one hundred years hence.
The two leads and opening story line aren't bad either, making this continuation of the hit 2002 Steven Spielberg movie an eye-popping blend of futuristic special effects and content that's also worth watching.
Minority Report disappoints because, in its first episode at least, it is uninterested in the very idea that enlivened the film: that precrime could be wrong.
Science-fiction meets crime-solving buddy drama in an extension of the 2002 movie.
The CGI is still pretty cool, and some chuckles are wrought from the futuristic premise (Iggy Azalea is considered a classic in 2065), but at its heart Minority Report is a by-the-book cop procedural with turgid writing and complete absence of subtlety.
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