A Few Good Men
Academy Award® Nominee
While defending two Marines for the death of a third, a cocky lawyer crosses paths with the Colonel of their post at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. View more >
Starring Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Jack Nicholson... View more >
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This is an excellent courtroom drama that pits the will and determination of Jack Nicholson's Colonel Jessup against the slacker-cocky attitude of Tom Cruise's Lt. Kaffee.
This one-on-one matchup is good enough by itself, but the supporting cast deserves praise for providing levity (Kevin Pollack's character was my favorite) and depth to the production. Demi Moore was largely there for her appeal at the time, as she doesn't add anything that couldn't have been done by another actress playing the part.
The movie's pinnacle has to be when Jessup takes the stand during the trial. Rob Reiner did an excellent job with this movie, and it's well worth watching any time you have the opportunity!
A few good performances it all it takes to make a great movie like "A Few good Men." it's based on the broadway play. Jack Nicholoson is on trial for murder and Tom Cruise takes him on in a military trial. One of the best movies that I saw in early 1993. this movie will move you.
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