Pro Say Movie Club - A Few Good Men
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In the Pro Say Movie Club it is our code built on honor and respect for the chain of command to carefully break down outrageous courtroom showdowns in legal cinema. That’s why this week we’re talking about A Few Good Men, the gripping 1992 drama featuring Tom Cruise as a cocky young Navy lawyer who prides himself on never seeing the inside of a courtroom, until he finds purpose in defending two marines accused of murder. Cruise faces off with Jack Nicholson in one of the most iconic trial confrontations in movie history. We discuss just how accurate that witness examination really is, some of our favorite scenes from the movie, and whether we can, in fact, handle the truth.
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