Jury Duty

Pauly Shore takes on 12 Angry Men with pure lunacy and stupidity. Shore receives a letter in the mail and yes, he was chosen for that unpleasant job that everyone hates: jury duty. However, Shore doesn't think this is quite the pits; his mom and dad left for Vegas in their trailer home leaving him stranded alone with no place to go. So, he gleefully takes the jury job only for the free hotel rooms and food. In order to get these things for an extended period of time, he'll have to remain undecided in his decision which basically drives the other jury members berserk. Typical Shore material; skip it. It wouldn't have been quite that bad if the end wasn't so incredibly corny!

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Pauly Shore, Tia Carrere, Shelley Winters, Brian Doyle-Murray, Abe Vigoda, Stanley Tucci, Charles Napier, Andrew Dice Clay

Directed by:

John Fortenberry


1995 comedy

Rated PG-13.


Don Ignacio's score: D+

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