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Movie Review of Jerry MaguireIf you want to take a break from the frigid air of a Montreal winter go to see Jerry Maguire it will be sure to warm your heart If youre like me youre a little tired of going to see big name stars in overly hyped big time busts Combine that with the fact that sports movies are rarely impressive Necessary Roughness The Program and I have to say that my hopes were not too high for this movie Let me tell you I was pleasantly surprisedThe title character played by Tom Cruise is a sports agent at the top of his business and at the bottom of humanity He works for Sports Management International as a ruthless devil procuring the largest contracts and endorsement deals he can muster at the expense of personal well-being and old-fashioned love of the game The movie begins when one night in a fit of passion he has a revelation and writes a mission statement about how the business can be altered to include humanity His plan focuses on reducing the number of clients to produce higher quality relationships with them He then distributes it to all his colleagues before realizing what a big mistake he made His boss fires him promptly Only one client out of his previous 72 Arizona Cardinals wide reciever Rod Tidwell Cuba Gooding Jr remains faithful Ironically enough his only concern is money Only one former colleague Dorothy Boyd Renee Zellweger joins Jerry when he forms a new company His memo inspired her Her five-year-old son Ray Jonathan Lipnicki develops a huge crush on Jerry and is the deciding factor in convincing Jerry to marry Dorothy on impulse after he breaks up with his fiance Avery Kelly Preston The movie tracks the trials of his relationship with Dorothy and Rods ascent to stardomJerry is not a typical role for Tom Cruise Hes accustomed to playing and were used to seeing
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