Jerry Maguire

1996 sports film by Cameron Crowe

Jerry Maguire is a 1996 American romantic comedy-drama sports movie. It stars Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Renée Zellweger. This movie got very positive reviews and became a strong success in the box office.

Jerry Maguire
Directed byCameron Crowe
Written byCameron Crowe
Based onLeigh Steinberg
Produced by
CinematographyJanusz Kamiński
Edited byJoe Hutshing
Music byNancy Wilson
Distributed bySony Pictures Releasing
Release date
  • December 13, 1996 (1996-12-13)
(United States)
Running time
139 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$50 million[1]
Box office$273.6 million[1]

Plot change

Jerry Maguire, a successful sports agent, has a life-changing realization about the dishonesty in his industry and decides to write a mission statement advocating for better client relationships. His company, Sports Management International (SMI), fires him, and Jerry and his protégé, Bob Sugar, compete to retain their clients. Jerry starts his own agency with the support of single mother Dorothy Boyd, but loses a top quarterback prospect to SMI. Jerry's relationship with his fiancée ends, and he grows closer to Dorothy and her son, Ray. Despite facing difficulties, Jerry focuses on his remaining client, Rod Tidwell, and eventually helps him secure an $11.2 million contract. The film ends with Jerry realizing Ray's potential in the sports industry and expressing his love for Dorothy.

Release dates change

Country Premiere
  Canada 13 December 1996
  United States 13 December 1996
  Hong Kong 30 January 1997
  South Korea 1 February 1997
  Brazil 14 February 1997
  Greece 21 February 1997
  Argentina 27 February 1997
  Germany 27 February 1997
  Norway 28 February 1997
  Taiwan 28 February 1997
  France 5 March 1997
  Australia 6 March 1997
  Chile 6 March 1997
  New Zealand 6 March 1997
  United Kingdom 7 March 1997
  Ireland 7 March 1997
  Israel 7 March 1997
  Italy 7 March 1997
  South Africa 7 March 1997
  Philippines 12 March 1997
  Netherlands 13 March 1997
  Slovenia 13 March 1997
  Denmark 14 March 1997
  Spain 14 March 1997
  Finland 14 March 1997
  Poland 14 March 1997
  Portugal 14 March 1997
  Sweden 14 March 1997
  Singapore 27 March 1997
  Turkey 4 April 1997
  Estonia 25 April 1997
  Japan 17 May 1997
  Hungary 22 May 1997

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