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The Juror (Bilingual)

3.5 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Alec Baldwin, James Gandolfini, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Heche, Demi Moore
  • Directors: Brian Gibson
  • Producers: Rob Cowan, Irwin Winkler
  • Format: Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: March 13 2007
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000O176MK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #91,648 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Demi Moore stars as Annie Laird, a struggling single mother who impulsively agrees to serve on a jury, hoping for a little excitement in her humdrum life. But she gets far more than she bargained forwhen she's seductive, psychotic enforcer (Alec Baldwin).

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"The Juror" is a well paced suspenseful film,with great performances
from the two main actors,Alec Baldwin,and Demi Moore.the supporting
cast includes Anne Heche,James Gandolfini and a young Joseph
Gordon-Levitt.Demi Moore Plays Annie Laird,mother to Oliver(Levitt)and
also a juror in a high profile murder case against a mob
leader.Annie is forced by a mob associate to convince the other jurors
to render a verdict of non-guilty or her son or others she cares for
will be harmed.the problem is,the jury is convinced of the guilt of the
mobster and the evidence seems to indicate guilt.I won't say any more
about the plot.i will say that what follows is loads of suspense and
nail biting tension.Demi Moore is so convincing as the mother who feels
helpless and Alec Baldwin is Brilliant as her tormentor.the movie
doesn't end the way i thought it would(and i mean that in a good
way)instead offering up a few twists i wasn't expecting right up until
the final moments.A terrificly entertaining film,which relies (very
successfully) on suspense and great performances. 4/5
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Others have summarized the plot; now I shall summarize the motifs... After a thoroughly schlocky opening sequence - murders portrayed with the usual tastelessness of so-called thriller cinema - we have the usual set up of "the ordinary 90s family" (which hardly has enough detail to cover the fact that it's thoroughly formulaic). Once we have the picture in place of a well-intentioned mother and her cheerful and 90s-hip son, the film quickly decides that the audience is sufficiently prepared to be hounded, oppressed, and tortured along with the protagonists. Really! How much fun does this sound? The audience is forced to endure impossibly powerful and menacing Supervillain Alec Baldwin for the next hour and a half of misery. I suppose there are lots of viewers who will enjoy commiserating with poor Demi Moore and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but isn't it very clear that they both deserve much better fates (and roles) than this schlock? This is a real waste of Hollywood resources. And just how credible is the whole suit-wearing Mafia theme these days, anyway? Hollywood just keeps building on its own myths and doesn't care one whit about credibility or reality. In the process, I wonder just how many people are induced into paranoid fears as a result of this kind of drivel being dished out, film after film after film. It seems that the target audience is anyone who, like Demi Moore at the start of the film, just wants some excitement in their dull lives. But I suspect that this sort of film also presents women, teens, possibly others who feel insecure & frightened, with an extremely skewed image of life which magnifies their anxieties about a patriarchal world. Why couldn't it be done with some realism, a bit of taste, and more dignity?Read more ›
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By A Customer on April 20 2004
Format: DVD
Demi Moore is great as a Bohemian single mom and struggling artist living alone with her 12-year-old son (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) in a converted barn in a country suburb of New York. When she becomes a juror in a murder case against a major Mafia boss, her peaceful life is turned upside down by a sociopathic hitman's (Alec Baldwin) obsession with her. Though she knows the mob boss is guilty, she is bullied into providing a verdict of 'not guilty' under threat of her son being killed. I see that some reviewers are 'yawning' that this story has been done before, but Moore and Baldwin give such fantastic performances that it seems like the first time anything of its kind has been done. The actors accomplish making their characters appear very real. Demi seems like she could be a woman who used to live on your block or who you once worked with, and Baldwin is like the living nightmare psycho you hope you'll never meet! Anne Heche is good as Demi's best friend, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is believable as the typical sweet kid of someone you might know. It is also a scenic, beautiful movie. Filmed partially in upstate New York in what looks like late May/early June, and in Central America, there's plenty of nice scenery. I think this picture is well worth owning and watching again and again.
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Take a ride with the mob as they go down the wrong road in THE JUROR. Alec Baldwin becomes fascinated with Demi Moore, a juror he is trying to suborn for the mobster he "consults" for. His admiration for her leads him, and all of his co-conspirators to make a terrible series of mistakes. He is at his unhinged best in another of his pretty-boy psycho roles, angry perhaps that Tony LoBianco as the mob boss on trial, and James Gandolfini,another hood that calls himself Captain Crunch, look better, and are sexier than he is. Because Alec is the perfect stalker, almost pathetically so. He has such issues with women and people in general that he is utterly alone. Until he meets Demi Moore, a beautiful artist and single mother -then, too stupid to use a straight con on her, which would probably have worked, he immediately threatens her son, adorable Joseph Gordon-Levitt. His many meetings with her repeat this torture, including one which makes her scream and vomit in fear, and thrill him just because he has an excuse to see her again. (None of his other women, we feel, survived their first date with him.) Alec falls more and more in love with her, to the disgust of his mafia bosses, because they know what a wierdo he really is.In the end, they all get just what they were asking for.
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