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Combining drama, comedy, and romance, Jerry Maguire was a critical and commercial success built on an original script by writer/director Cameron Crowe and an Oscar-nominated performance by Tom Cruise. Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is an agent with a major sports management firm. He's enthusiastic,See more details below

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Combining drama, comedy, and romance, Jerry Maguire was a critical and commercial success built on an original script by writer/director Cameron Crowe and an Oscar-nominated performance by Tom Cruise. Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is an agent with a major sports management firm. He's enthusiastic, successful, a great negotiator and people like him. But it begins to dawn on Jerry that there's something wrong with what he's doing, and not long after a troubling encounter with the son of an injured athlete he represents, Jerry has a serious crisis of conscience. In the midst of a sleepless night, Jerry writes a memo calling on himself and his colleagues to think more about the long-term welfare of the clients they represent and less about immediate profits. While everyone around him applauds the sentiment, Jerry's superiors think his ideas are bad for business; Jerry is fired, and, rather than standing in solidarity with him, his "friends" in the firm scramble like sharks to claim Jerry's clients. At the end of his last day, the only people willing to join Jerry as he strikes out on his own are staff accountant Dorothy (Renee Zellweger), a single mother secretly in love with Jerry, and Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding Jr.), a football player whose pride and arrogance have gotten in the way of his reaching his potential. Jerry Maguire earned an Academy Award for Cuba Gooding Jr.'s performance as Tidwell and provided a breakthrough role for Renee Zellweger; it also made "Show me the money!" an unavoidable catchphrase for several months.A young man learns to let nothing stop him from realizing his ambitions in this drama, based on a true story. Ever since he was a little boy, Rudy Ruettiger (Sean Astin) has dreamed of attending Notre Dame University, and playing on the Fighting Irish football team. However, Rudy's dream doesn't seem very practical; Daniel (Ned Beatty), his father, works in a steel mill and can ill afford to send his son to Notre Dame, while Rudy's grades are not especially impressive, and standing a shade over five feet tall and weighing a little over 100 pounds, Rudy is hardly built for the gridiron. However, with the help of Father Cavanaugh (Robert Prosky), a sympathetic priest, Rudy is admitted to nearby Holy Cross, and in his junior year manages to squeak into Notre Dame as a transfer student. Rudy works as an assistant to the football stadium's groundskeeper, Fortune (Charles S. Dutton), to pay his tuition (often sleeping in Fortune's office since he can't afford a room), studies diligently, and appears at tryouts for the football team. Rudy is made a member of the practice team, which means he's little more than a human tackling dummy, but Coach Ara Parseghian (Jason Miller) is impressed with Rudy's devotion and determination, and pledges that he'll allow him to dress for one game before he graduates, so his name can be recorded as an official member of the team. However, the arrival of a new coach and a tough season that allows for few unnecessary players may put a stop to Rudy's dreams within sight of the finish line. Rudy also stars Jon Favreau, Lili Taylor, and Scott Benjaminson.Hollywood filmmaker Michael Tollin directs the sports drama Radio, based on a true story and adapted for the screen by Mike Rich (The Rookie). Set in a small South Carolina town during the '60s, the film stars Ed Harris as Harold Jones, a high school football coach who barely has time to spend with his daughter, Mary Helen (Sarah Drew), or his wife, Linda (Debra Winger). When Coach Jones meets the mentally challenged student who goes by the name of Radio (Cuba Gooding Jr.), he allows him to help out with his football team. While the townsfolk just aren't sure about Radio hanging around the team, the star player Johnny Clay (Riley Smith) is downright mean about it. Nevertheless, Radio continues to support the team for the next three decades. Also starring Alfre Woodard as the principal.

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/03/2006
UPC:
0043396132894
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Time:
6:02:00

Special Features

Closed Caption

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Radio
1. Start [:23]
2. Coach Harold Jones [3:10]
3. James Robert Kennedy [2:19]
4. Terrified [1:59]
5. Principal Daniels [3:18]
6. Punishment of the Nine [2:31]
7. The Yellow Jackets [3:16]
8. The Post-Game Show [2:51]
9. Radio [4:37]
10. The Kennedy Home [1:36]
11. The New Team Mascot [3:28]
12. "Rubberband Man" [1:38]
13. A Little Slower Than Most [2:04]
14. Principal Concern [2:32]
15. Unsportsmanlike Conduct [4:47]
16. A Great Comeback [:06]
17. A Disgruntled Booster [2:57]
18. Mr. Tucker [2:42]
19. Christmas Spirit [6:55]
20. Under Arrest [3:42]
21. The Girls' Locker Room Incident [6:48]
22. A Death in the Family [7:09]
23. Why He's Doing What He's Doing [6:04]
24. The Bottom Line [4:14]
25. Welcome Back, Johnny [3:42]
26. Setting His Priorities Straight [4:09]
27. Graduation Day [8:31]
28. 26 Years Later [5:45]
Disc #2 -- Jerry Maguire
1. Logos [:13]
2. Start [3:54]
3. Another Shark in a Suit? [2:22]
4. The Mission Statement [4:00]
5. The Flight to L.A. [2:27]
6. At the Baggage Terminal [3:32]
7. A Classy Babe [1:14]
8. The Bachelor Party [2:15]
9. Marcee Tidwell [:58]
10. "Came Here to Fire You, Jerry." [1:20]
11. Losing His Clients [3:18]
12. Rod Tidwell: "Show Me the Money!" [3:48]
13. "Who's Coming Me With Me?" [3:39]
14. Elevator Going Down [1:14]
15. Divorced Women's Group [:44]
16. Loser? [1:38]
17. Re-Signing Cush [1:40]
18. Road Songs [:42]
19. Calling the Office [:47]
20. Did You Know? [1:21]
21. Abandoned at the Gate [:48]
22. The Best-Kept Secret in the NFL [2:53]
23. Betrayed by Team Cushman [3:46]
24. Brutal Truth [2:19]
25. A Man of His Word [2:58]
26. Visiting the Boyds [3:09]
27. Ray Answers the Phone [1:07]
28. The Oldest 26-Year-Old in the World [1:01]
29. Man-to-Man With Ray [1:30]
30. A Little Speech Before He Goes [1:29]
31. A Glimpse of Tomorrow's Embarrassment [2:33]
32. Renegotiating With Dennis Wilburn [1:59]
33. In the Locker Room [3:41]
34. Broke [1:32]
35. Picking up Dorothy [3:52]
36. Dinner Date [2:25]
37. A Kiss Goodnight (Singalong Junk, Paul McCartney) [3:23]
38. Chad's Last-Minute Romantic Advice [1:37]
39. "You Know This Is Going to Change Everything." [1:32]
40. The Beginning of a Great Day [3:15]
41. The Fax: $1.7 for Three Years [3:23]
42. "I'm Gonna Take That Job in San Diego." [:23]
43. Camel Pull [2:08]
44. Moving Day Proposal [3:49]
45. The Wedding [1:56]
46. Video Replay [1:12]
47. Having a Good Game? [1:03]
48. Locker Room Interview [:20]
49. Putting on Their "Friends" Hats [3:23]
50. Momma Miss America, Paul McCartney [:51]
51. Lunch With the Tidwells [1:07]
52. Can't Tell What's Going on in That Head of His [1:41]
53. Great at Friendship, Bad at Intimacy [5:23]
54. Letting Jerry Have His Moment [1:02]
55. Monday Night Football: Dallas vs Arizona [2:03]
56. Less Than Two Minutes to Play [1:43]
57. Jerry Calls Marcee [1:25]
58. In Rod We Trust [2:27]
59. Sharing the Glory [2:43]
60. "I'm Looking for My Wife." [3:55]
61. $11.2 for Four Years [2:04]
62. A Kid With an Arm [1:17]
63. End Credits (Shelter From the Storm, Bob Dylan) [5:01]
Disc #3 -- Rudy
1. Start [9:13]
2. An A for Dreaming [1:07]
3. Not a Sight Seeing Tour [2:27]
4. 22nd Birthday Present [3:00]
5. Angry at the World [2:00]
6. Emergency One [1:29]
7. Pete's Funeral [2:36]
8. Chasing a Stupid Dream [4:09]
9. Father Cavanaugh [2:50]
10. Field of Dreams [2:30]
11. Coach Parseghian [3:07]
12. Tutor for Hire [3:11]
13. Fortune Favors a Fool [4:12]
14. Stuff of Legends [6:20]
15. Corby's [7:38]
16. Home for the Holidays [6:01]
17. Two Hard Facts [1:50]
18. Approved [1:11]
19. "You Did It!" [1:32]
20. Football Tryouts [5:23]
21. On the Team [8:39]
22. One-Game Agreement [:44]
23. End of an Era [2:32]
24. Two Quitters [5:35]
25. For Rudy [3:44]
26. Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech [8:11]
27. Rudy Chant [2:35]
28. Dream Comes True [3:16]

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