Date:26.11.2016, 07:24 First off, Anderton was supposed to be an aging, balding, "obsolete" character. That was part of the main motivation here, his feeling of obsolescence and the army's feeling of obsolescence. All of that is gone. Instead, Anderton is a young, slick druggie who pines for his lost son (an invention). The precogs are sexy, naked adults instead of 'retarded' kid-like monstrosities. The whole point of the original story was that knowledge of a future has the potential to allow you change that future which is equally recorded by a precog. Other than the uninteresting cover art and the flimsy packaging, which is unfortunately, all too standard these days, my only complaint was that they didn't do more of Philip K. Dick's stories. So in essence this is a THIRD timeline. Anderton does indeed kill Leopold to prevent him from shutting down the precrime system and the cops let him go to a remote planet in "exile". His friend lets him into the precog room and says it's the 'middle one' that gave the minority report. It turns out Jerry had reported on THIS situation - that Anderton had known of the report and decided NOT to murder Leopold.
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