Critic Leonard Maltin gave it a "BOMB" rating in his book Movie and Video Guide, but suggested even that rating "may be too high".Critic Roger Ebert said, on At the Movies, that Pauly Shore was the "cinematic equivalent of long fingernails, drawn very slowly and quite loudly over a gigantic blackboard" and noted that although his co-host, Gene Siskel, disliked Chris Farley, he would "rather attend a dusk-to-dawn Chris Farley film festival than sit through any 5 minutes of Jury Duty".He makes a deal with the manager of the hotel who says that he will get a different room if he advertises their business during news broadcasts.
When they arrive at the library, Frank reveals to Tommy and Monica that he was the killer.He ties them up and attempts to stab them with a sharp jagged knife.Even though Tommy tries to explain that he's now a changed person, she is deeply upset on how he used them and walks out in tears.Later the Judge declares a mistrial and arranges another hearing at a later date.Most users ever online is 12584 on August 28, 2011 am CEST.
Jury Duty is a 1995 American comedy film directed by John Fortenberry, written by Neil Tolkin, Barbara Williams, and Samantha Adams, and starring Pauly Shore, Tia Carrere, Stanley Tucci, Brian Doyle-Murray, Shelley Winters, and Abe Vigoda.
Not wanting to lose his suite and luxurious lifestyle, Tommy votes not guilty and stalls and prolongs the deliberations as well as continuously going over the evidence.
After many delays, the other jurors become increasingly angry with Tommy, especially Monica, whom Tommy had fallen in love with, and threaten to throw him out of the jury unless he finds a better way to prove Bishop's innocence.
Siskel agreed, referring to Shore as "aggravating".
Ebert estimated that Shore's "appeal must be limited to people whose self-esteem and social skills are so damaged that they find humor, or at least relief, in at last encountering a movie character less successful than themselves".
Although his mother had arranged for Tommy to stay with the Woodalls, he considers them awful people and decides to look for other living arrangements for him and his chihuahua Peanut (who loves the game show Jeopardy! He rummages through the trash and finds his letter for jury duty that he had thrown away and decides to enter.