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A Few Good Men (11-Dec-1992)

Director: Rob Reiner

Writer: Aaron Sorkin

From a play: A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin

Keywords: Drama, Courtroom

A greenhorn military lawyer defines two U.S. Marines accused of murdering one of their own, an informant who witnessed a border incident at Guantanamo Bay. Someone in the chain of command may not want the truth revealed. Gritty and powerful courtroom drama, excellent pacing, superior performances by Tom Cruise and particularly Jack Nicholson. Received Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Sound and Best Editing.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kevin Bacon
Actor
8-Jul-1958   Everybody cut Footloose
Xander Berkeley
Actor
6-Dec-1958   Air Force One
Matt Craven
Actor
10-Nov-1956   Jacob's Ladder
Tom Cruise
Actor
3-Jul-1962   Flamboyant Scientologist
Michael DeLorenzo
Actor
31-Oct-1959   A Few Good Men
Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Actor
2-Jan-1968   Show him the money already
Christopher Guest
Actor
5-Feb-1948   This Is Spinal Tap
John M. Jackson
Actor
1-Jun-1950   JAG
Joshua Malina
Actor
17-Jan-1966   Will Bailey on The West Wing
James Marshall
Actor
2-Jan-1967   A Few Good Men
Demi Moore
Actor
11-Nov-1962   Ghost
Jack Nicholson
Actor
22-Apr-1937   Chinatown
Kevin Pollak
Comic
30-Oct-1957   Host of Celebrity Poker
J. A. Preston
Actor
?   Allen Brooks on All's Fair
Aaron Sorkin
Author
9-Jun-1961   The West Wing, Sports Night
Kiefer Sutherland
Actor
21-Dec-1966   24
J. T. Walsh
Actor
28-Sep-1943 27-Feb-1998 A Few Good Men
Noah Wyle
Actor
4-Jun-1971   Dr. John Carter on ER

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