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Great sample of the dialog by the way, between Anderton and Dr. Solomon Eddie at IMDB. While the doctor was describing his experience in prison, his um difficulties in the shower, notice something? Something not in his words, but in his tone. He's dispassionate. He's not angry. I think he actually was reformed. Now he just wants to make a living. He talks ...


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It's because, at that point in time, the precogs are offline. Remember that, after finding out that Agatha was the precog who yielded minority reports, Anderton kidnapped her. Agatha is the strongest, and the other two precogs aren't able to function without her, bringing the system offline. Burgess took the opportunity while the precogs were offline to ...


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While I'm skeptical about finding a completely plausible explanation, I don't think this is completely wrongly done. The fact that the prediction itself has put the events of the movie into motion, does not mean that none of this would have happened without it. There were many ways in which Burgess could've set Anderton on his path. Once that's set up, the ...


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He did it because He was hired through "a mutual friend," who must have been the eyeless wiff dealer, and so was partially bound by this relationship. He was a businesses man, and probably knew that you don't screw over your clients. He actually cared about doing a good job, you can see it in his demeanor and actions (but doing a good job on eyes, does not ...



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