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My Cousin Vinny (5/5) Movie CLIP - Automotive Expert (1992) HD

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Published on Aug 4, 2015

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
Mona Lisa (Marisa Tomei) proves her automotive knowledge to the dismissive D.A. (Lane Smith).

FILM DESCRIPTION:
When sweet Northern college kid Bill (Ralph Macchio) and his buddy Stan (Mitchell Whitfield) are picked up and thrown into the slammer in a hick Southern town, at first it looks like no big deal. Then they are informed that they are accused of murder. Penniless and without a single friend in the area, Bill decides to call his goofy cousin Vinny (Joe Pesci), who has somehow recently become a lawyer. Full of family feeling and bravado, Vinny, who has never tried a criminal case in his short life as a lawyer, rides south to defend his trusting relative. He's an expert motormouth and street-level logician from the wilder reaches of metropolitan New York, complete with a thick accent and the attitude to go with it. Otherwise, he's much less well qualified than your average public defender. When he arrives on the scene with his equally brassy girlfriend Lisa (Marisa Tomei), Bill is fairly sure he's going to be sentenced to death. His buddy Stan is even less confident of his legal representative, if that's possible, and the first thing Vinny has to do is to regain the consent of his clients to represent them. The local judge doesn't seem any too sympathetic to Vinny's verbal shenanigans either, and even the most optimistic supporter of the boys would begin to have doubts at this point -- and Vinny's no exception. With the insistent moral encouragement of his girlfriend, Vinny somehow accomplishes the impossible and wins grudging (if very irritated) respect from all concerned, for once studying as if his life depended on it.

CREDITS:
TM & © Fox (1992)
Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Cast: Fred Gwynne, Ralph Macchio, Joe Pesci, Lane Smith, Mitchell Whitfield, Marisa Tomei
Director: Jonathan Lynn
Producers: Paul Schiff, Dale Launer
Screenwriter: Dale Launer

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