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The shame is that the first user comment anyone sees when reviewing The
Jury is "Political Correctness (ya-aawwwn)", a review, if it can be
called that, that more reflects someone with a beef taking a Political
Science course and needing to use all the big words they learned to
show how smart they are. While we all have the right to voice our
opinion, I strongly feel this right should not prejudice the reader (or
stop them, as it will some) before they see reviews that are more
valuable. Any review that has one yes against multiple no's should be
at the bottom of the review list.
Be that as it may, I have come to the Gerard Butler scene late (January, 2006) and because his acting ability struck me immediately and I'm interested in his progress (and why I hadn't heard of him until now), I've been watching his work. Doing that, I've come across some great movies (and a few that weren't so great). The Jury is in the great category.
I'm not going to describe the film, others have done so but I do want to note that the characters lives were well depicted. The frequent use of closeups made me feel like I was standing right next to each person, seeing what he or she saw, feeling what he or she felt. It was an awesome experience. I only buy a video/DVD if it has meaning and makes me feel something, hence I only have about 75 and this is over the past 20 years. I bought The Jury.