Jury Duty

For truth. For justice. For five bucks a day.
For truth. For justice. For five bucks a day.

JURY DUTY (12)

D: John Fortenberry
Tristar/Triumph/Weasel (Yoren Ben-Ami & Peter Lenkov)
US 1995
86 mins

Comedy

W: Neil Tolkin, Barbara Williams & Samantha Adams
DP: Avi Karpick
Ed: Stephen Semel
Mus: David Kitay


Pauly Shore (Tommy Collins), Tia Carrere (Monica Lewis), Stanley Tucci (Frank / Billy), Brian Doyle-Murray (Harry), Abe Vigoda (Judge Edward Powell)

A slacker layabout sitting on a jury attempts to prolong the trial of a serial killer so he can continue a life of luxury while being sequestered in a hotel.
If you enjoy the comedy stylings of Pauly Shore, you'll find this film a riot. If not, you'll see it for what it really is: Lamentably terrible, and that's a verdict which doesn't need a jury's decision.
3/10

Pauly Shore in Jury Duty
Pauly Shore in Jury Duty