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A Few Good Men

In addition to its all-star cast, it features an almost perfectly written screenplay by Aaron Sorkin, and expert direction by Rob Reiner. With no courtroom experience at all, Kaffee is ased to defend two young enlisted Marines played by Wolfgang Bodison and James Marshall accused of murdering another Marine. As the case unfolds, big problems loom for Kaffee, Weinberg, Galloway, and the two accused Marines. The alleged murder was committed at the Marine Corps base in Guantanamo, Cuba.

Marine Captain Jack Ross Baconthe prosecutor in the case, initially appears receptive to making a plea deal, but then suddenly backs away. Most highly recommended. Lee Ermey is impressed with Jack. This is also my favorite Demi Moore performance, my favorite Kevin Pollak performance, and my favorite Jack Nicholson performance.

A Few Good Men (Final Courtroom scene/ Jessup's Arrest)

This movie is amazingly acted. When two marines are charged with the murder of a weakling marine at the naval station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the U. Daniel Kaffee Cruise as their legal counsel. And it's a head scratcher, for sure, Kaffee's snagging that asment.

Kaffee is a little over a year out of Harvard law and has been in the Navy only nine months. He hasn't tried a case, ever. Instead, he's known as the king of plea bargain, having successfully plea-bargained 44 cases in nine months. It's as if someone has got it out for those two charged marines. Kaffee is the sort of swaggering, loosey-goosey lawyer that drives dedicated, by-the-book practicioners of law so crazy, for instance, Lt.

Note that Jo had wanted the case for herself but now has to settle for being second chair co-counsel to a Lieutenant Junior Grade. Jo is earnest. Kaffee doesn't take things seriously. So, yeah, tension. It's one hell of a character study featuring at its core the portrait of an indolent young lawyer who chafes under the shadow of his legendary lawyer father.

As the movie progresses, as the momentum of the case takes our JAG officers down unexpected side paths, as the stakes continue to mount, and as Kaffee squares off against the sneering U. Marine Colonel Jessep during lunch, observe Kaffee at last begin to give two fcks. Colonel Jessep? It's a part inhabited with ferocity by a prime Jack Nicholson. Nicholson doesn't snag a lot of screen time, but, oboy, does he make the most of what he's given.

That above-mentioned scene in which Jessep holds court at the lunch table and indulges in a bit of misogyny and taunts Kaffee, that is a nerve-jangling scene. You can see why it serves as Kaffee's wake-up call.

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I think the only time I had more of a blast watching a flick with fellow sailors was when Under Siege came out. These characters stuck with me. The cocky Kaffee who finally gets to try a case. The earnest, passionate Jo Galloway. The wry observer and calm voice of reason that is Kaffee and Jo's co-counsel, Lt. Sam Weinberg Pollak, who scores some of the best lines. Even the side characters are memorable, from Kiefer Sutherland's disturbing Lt. Kendrick to Kevin Bacon's quietly confident prosecutor, Marine Capt. The writing's so good. I wasn't surprised to find out, recently, that Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay.

I heard A Few Good Men is regularly dissected in acting classes, that's how much the movie has to offer. Yep, I knew what a blanket party was, and a code red. And I knew those activities happened. It happened when I was in boot camp. The crux of Kaffee's defense rests on whether he can compel the almighty Colonel Jessep to admit he ordered a code red.

It's a movie that triggers discussion about honor and tradition and when to question authority versus when to mindlessly obey an order because it's been pounded into our military noggins that instant and absolute compliance saves lives. I'll say this about Jessep's perspective: he wasn't wrong.

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He just went about it the wrong way. I agreed more with Jessep's perspective than with that of J. Walsh's sympathetic Lt. Over the years Tom Cruise has given us glimpses of his being a strong actor. But while he may have been nominated for Best Actor in 's Born on the Fourth of July, I contend that he was never better than when he went toe to toe against a scene-chewer of Nicholson's caliber. Speaking of whom, I have to believe Jack was at the height of his powers when he played the rabid Colonel Jessep. He's simply mesmerizing as he barks and snarls and delivers one of the hands-down, all-time classic speeches in cinema.

It's Jack's powerhouse, I-will-bite-your-dick-off performance that edges the others out.

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