Jury Duty

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1995

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Director:
John Fortenberry
Released:
1995
Rating:
PG-13
Jury Duty is a 1995 comedy directed by John Fortenberry. In the film, Tommy Collins (Pauley Shore) is a slacker, who still lives at home with his mom (Shelley Winters). He learns that his mom and her new boyfriend are going to Vegas and taking the mobile home with them. This will leave Tommy homeless and forces him to consider staying with relatives while she is gone. Tommy remembers that he had been selected for jury duty and he is able to get himself selected to be a juror in a murder case. His luck continues as the entire jury is sequestered in nearby hotel, where he is able to convince the front desk to give him the penthouse suite. Tommy goes to whatever length necessary to keep the trial and deliberations going as long as possible, hoping he can stall things until his mom returns. He is actually able to persuade some of the jurors to change their minds in what should have been an easy conviction. He is almost able to convince the girl he likes, fellow juror Monica (Tia Carrere), to change her vote on the case, as he tries desperately to keep his secret from her.moreless

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Shelley Winters

Shelley Winters

Mrs. Collins (her character is credited as "Mom")

Stanley Tucci

Stanley Tucci

Frank/Billy

Nick Bakay

Nick Bakay

Richard Hurtz

Dick Vitale

Dick Vitale

Hal Gibson

Richard T. Jones

Richard T. Jones

Nathan

Abe Vigoda

Abe Vigoda

Judge Powell

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Comedy

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