A Few Good Men
Cruise stars as a brash Navy lawyer who's teamed with a gung-ho litigator in a politically-explosive murder case. Charged with defending two Marines accused of killing a fellow soldier, they are confronted with complex issues of loyalty and honor - including its most sacred code and its most formidable… More »
Cruise stars as a brash Navy lawyer who's teamed with a gung-ho litigator in a politically-explosive murder case. Charged with defending two Marines accused of killing a fellow soldier, they are confronted with complex issues of loyalty and honor - including its most sacred code and its most formidable warrior.« Less
Based on the play by Aaron Sorkin
Originally released as a motion picture in 1992
Special features include: widescreen presentation; audio commentary from director Rob Reiner; documentary, Code of conduct featuring interviews with Rob Reiner, Aaron Sorkin, and cast; From stage to screen with Aaron Sorkin and Rob Reiner; bonus trailers; filmographies; production notes
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: Minor frightening scene.
Sexual Content: Brief descriptions with sexual language, nothing shown or implied off/on screen.
Coarse Language: Inappropriate language for children used throughout.
Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.
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Downey: What did we do wrong? We did nothing wrong. Dawson: Yeah, we did. We were supposed to fight for the people who couldn't fight for themselves. We were supposed to fight for Willie.
Galloway: I don't think you're fit to handle the defense. Kaffee: You don't even *know* me. Ordinarily it takes someone *hours* to discover I'm not fit to handle a defense.
Kaffee: Oh, hah, I'm sorry, I keep forgetting. You were sick the day they taught law at law school.
Lt. Weinberg: "I strenuously object?" Is that how it works? Hm? "Objection." "Overruled." "Oh, no, no, no. No, I STRENUOUSLY object." "Oh. Well, if you strenuously object then I should take some time to reconsider."
Lt. Weinberg: You've heard her. My daughter said a word. She said, "Pa." Kaffee: She was pointing to a mailbox, Sam. Lt. Weinberg: That's right. She pointed to the mailbox as if to say, "Pa, look, a mailbox."
Kaffee: Is the colonel's underwear a matter of national security?