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In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow? And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow? And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow? And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

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In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow?

And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow? And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow?

And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow? And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

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In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow?

And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how otto do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow?

And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how ot do that, lol.

In Minority Report (the movie version) why didn't the precogs see the alternate future that Anderton/Burgess created for themselves?

If the precognition was true the whole time, then why did they see Anderton's actions as a preconcieved murder when in actuality it seemed as if it was an accident that Anderton shot Crow?

And with Burgess, he didn't kill Anderton, he killed himself. Why didn't the precogs see this event?

I won't go into the details of what happened in the short story as opposed to the movie.

Edit: And please someone edit my post if these are still considered spoilers, as I don't know how to do that, lol.

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