Truth, Justice And The Gambini Way…
My Cousin Vinny is a 1992 American comedy film starring Joe Pesci, Ralph Macchio, Marisa Tomei, Mitchell Whitfield, Lane Smith, Bruce McGill, and Fred Gwynne in his final film appearance. The film deals with two young New Yorkers traveling through rural Alabama who are arrested and put on trial for a murder they did not commit and the comical attempts of a cousin, Vinny Gambini, a lawyer who had only recently passed the bar exam after five unsuccessful attempts, to defend them. Much of the humor comes from the fish-out-of-water interaction between the brash Italian-American New Yorkers (Vinny and his fiancée, Mona Lisa Vito) and the more reserved Southern townspeople.
My Cousin Vinny was a critical and financial success, with Pesci, Gwynne, and Tomei all praised for their performances. Tomei won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Attorneys have also lauded the film for its accurate depiction of court procedure and trial strategy.
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The Orpheum Theatre now offers cashless concessions, a cash-free experience where only card and mobile payments are accepted. This allows for limited direct contact between guests and employees and expedites the purchasing process for all guests. For guests who prefer to pay in cash, a Cash-To-Card option will be available to exchange cash for a loaded Visa card (currently available in increments of $25 and $50). The prepaid Visa cards are available at no extra cost and can be used at all Orpheum concessions and bars. Any remaining balance left on the card can be used anywhere that Visa is accepted worldwide.
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