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Jerry Maguire [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray] (2008)


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Arabic, Cantonese Chinese, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish
  • Dubbed: French, Italian, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000OQF6KO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #77,358 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Stella Carrier TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 19 2014
Format: DVD
In Jerry Maguire , Tom Cruise gives a substantial portrayal as a sports agent who is forced to reinvent himself (careerwise) after he is fired by the same guy that he mentored. He was writing for Sports Management International and had written a mission document type of book that caught the interest of an accountant in his office named Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger). The character of Boyd also becomes important in the movie because she is the one who follows Maguire, despite the uncertainty, after he is let go from his job. Maguire’s former protégée secures most of his previous clients. Luckily for Maguire, he at least is able to successfully make a deal with Rod Tidwell, a professional football player (played by Cuba Gooding Jr.).
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Well, I'm incredibly late to the Jerry Maguire party, but I'm glad I finally made it. I thought this was just a comedy, but I should have known better because laughs alone usually don't generate the kind of success this movie enjoyed. This is a wonderful, feel-good movie with a surprisingly effective emotional payoff. Tom Cruise is great, Cuba Gooding, Jr., steals every scene he's in, and that Renee Zellweger is nothing short of perfect. They even threw in a clip of McGarrett on Hawaii Five-O and sent me away with Bob Dylan singing over the credits - in my book, that's going above and beyond the call of duty. And I never tire of seeing someone break away from the cynicism of big business and actually put some heart back into an increasingly heartless way of life.

Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is, of course, a bigshot sports agent who has it all - then loses it all. For some inexplicable reason, he develops a conscience late one night, puts together this huge "mission statement" all about reducing the number of clients and giving those remaining the genuine personal touch, and sends it to everyone in the company. With a schlep of a boss like Bob Sugar (the always annoying Jay Mohr), his days with the company are, not surprisingly, numbered. He vows to start his own company, desperately trying to hold on to the clients he has been representing - but all he ends up taking with him are outrageous Cardinals wide receiver Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) and Dorothy Boyd (Renee Zellweger), an accountant who was truly inspired by what he had written. It doesn't seem like much, but he really has all he will ever need - he just doesn't realize it until the end of the movie.
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By R. A Rubin on July 20 2004
Format: DVD
I never get tired of Jerry Maquire. This film and Risky Business are my favorite Tom Cruise films. I prefer when Cruise doesn't know it all, has human fallibilities, but we all know that's impossible, not Mission Impossible. The truth is, Tom is one of the biggest movie stars ever and he's beautiful to look at for a short guy. How could anything go wrong in Mr. Perfect's world? That's why Jerry Maguire is so appealing. Even the handsome, fast talking charmer needs the help of his friends, his gal, and a Dale Carnegie enhancement course. Cuba Gooding Jr. has something Tom doesn't, a love for his wife that is nothing less than inspiring. On the other hand, Gooding has no love for his football fans. Tom can help him on the PR front, but then Renee Zellweger and her cute little son show loyalty. The grand finale, Jerry Maguire loves his wife. We all should love our wives. Amen brother.
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Format: DVD
And you find a film full of soul. JERRY MAGUIRE shows Tom Cruise as an actor, not a box office attraction. He works the central character into a likeable, tortured 30+ professional, looking not for redemption, but purpose more in the vein of (Maguire's) father ("My dad worked 38 years for the United Way," he laments. "When he retired, he said: 'I wish they would have given me a more comfortable chair'.") Cruise has his star turn polished by outstanding support (Rene Zellwegger, Bonnie Hunt and Jay Mohr, in a role you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy), the hyperness of Cuba Gooding, Jr. (who sings "What's Going On?" instead of one of his fathers classics) and Cameron Crowe's great script and direction. No sequel, please. Greatness can stand on its own.
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By A Customer on June 5 2004
Format: DVD
This picture was the best and really the last time that Cruise was at the top of his game as an actor. The material was great. Story of the fall and slow rise of a man who makes new friends, finds new love, and helps a sports athelete find both personal and professional success on the playing field. The casting was solid and it was a break out role for several actors who have gone on to do even bigger films.
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Format: DVD
This is probably one of the best romantic comedies that the 90s dished out. It has everything for anyone. Cameron Crowe knows how to draw an audience. He gives the guys a little football and the women, sappy hearfelt love scenes. It is an enjoyable movie all around. The acting is great, especially Renee Zellweger and Cuba Gooding Jr. The script is also very well written as well. I highly reccomend this film for both sports fans and romance lovers.
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Format: VHS Tape
Although it starts promising enough, this movie soon turns into another predictable and unsurprising romantic comedy. The story is pure Hollywood fluff and the typical and expected ending confirms it. Ok, the acting is quite good, everyone was believable and gave solid performances, yet the plot is full of cliches and sometimes it`s way too annoying in its tender and sappy moments. Cameron Crowe did a decent job directing this, but overall "Jerry Maguire" is a romantic comedy by-the-numbers, even if a couple of characters are a bit above cardboard charicatures. It`s a watchable movie, yet it brings nothing new and is far from innovative stuff.
A rental at best.
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