Philip K. Dick | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Kenneth Turan

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Philip K. Dick.
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Critical Review by Kenneth Turan

SOURCE: Turan, Kenneth. “A Walk in the Dark: Steven Spielberg Gets All Creepy in Minority Report, But Tom Cruise Keeps Things Human.” Los Angeles Times (21 June 2002): F1.

In the following review, Turan claims that what is most impressive about the film Minority Report stems from Dick's short story “The Minority Report.”

It took paranoid visionary Philip K. Dick to do what Stanley Kubrick could not: Get Steven Spielberg to fully cross over to the dark side. The question now is, how happy are we to have him there?

Spielberg's Minority Report is amplified from a Dick short story [“The Minority Report”] by writers Scott Frank and Jon Cohen, and it stars Tom Cruise as a man hunted by the futuristic anti-crime unit he once led. It...

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