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A Few Good Men [Special Edition] [DVD] [1992]

Release Date:05/29/2001
Rob Reiner's Best Picture Oscar nominee A Few Good Men comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic 2.35:1 transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio. An English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround, while Spanish and French soundtracks are recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. Spanish and Korean subtitles are accessible. There are no substantial extra materials, which is something of a surprise considering the film's popular and critical success. Fans of the film will appreciate the great picture, but those that were underwhelmed by the film in the theater will find nothing to change their minds on this release.
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    Special Features

    • Digitally mastered audio & anamorphic video
    • Widescreen presentation
    • Audio: English 5.1 [Dolby Digital] and 2-channel [Dolby Surround]
    • Additional languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese
    • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai
    • Audio commentary from director Rob Reiner
    • Exclusive documentary: "Code of Conduct," featuring interviews with Rob Reiner, Aaron Sorkin, and cast
    • From stage to screen with Aaron Sorkin and cast
    • Bonus trailers
    • Filmographies
    • Production notes
    • Interactive menus
    • Scene selection with motion images


    A Few Good Men
    In this military courtroom drama based on the play by Aaron Sorkin, Navy lawyer Lt. Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) is assigned to defend two Marines, Pfc. Louden Downey (James Marshall) and Lance Cpl. Harold Dawson (Wolfgang Bodison), who are accused of the murder of fellow leatherneck Pfc. William Santiago (Michael de Lorenzo) at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Kaffee generally plea bargains for his clients rather than bring them to trial, which is probably why he was assigned this potentially embarassing case, but when Lt. Commander JoAnne Galloway (Demi Moore) is assigned to assist Kaffee, she is convinced that there's more to the matter than they've been led to believe and convinces her colleague that the case should go to court. Under questioning, Downey and Dawson reveal that Santiago died in the midst of a hazing ritual known as "Code Red" after he threatened to inform higher authorities that Dawson opened fire on a Cuban watchtower. They also state that the "Code Red" was performed under the orders of Lt. Jonathan Kendrick (Kiefer Sutherland). Kendrick's superior, tough-as-nails Col. Nathan Jessup (Jack Nicholson), denies any knowledge of the order to torture Santiago, but when Lt. Col. Matthew Markinson (J.T. Walsh) confides to Kaffee that Jessup demanded the "Code Red" for violating his order of silence, Kaffee and Galloway have to find a way to prove this in court. A Few Good Men also features Kevin Bacon as prosecuting attorney Capt. Jack Ross and Kevin Pollak as Kaffee and Galloway's research assistant, Lt. Sam Weinberg. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Tom Cruise
      Tom Cruise - Lieutenant J.G. Daniel Kaffe
    • Jack Nicholson
      Jack Nicholson - Col. Nathan R. Jessep
    • Demi Moore
      Demi Moore - Lieutenant Commander JoAnne Galloway
    • Kevin Bacon
      Kevin Bacon - Capt. Jack Ross
    • Kiefer Sutherland
      Kiefer Sutherland - Lieutenant Jonathan Kendrick

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