15 certificateA Few Good Men is a Film programme that first aired in 1992 and has been classified a 15 certificate.

A Few Good Men is a 4 star programme

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A Few Good Men (1992)

Directed by
Rob Reiner

US Army lawyer Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise, pictured) makes his plea-bargains on the baseball field, coasting through his military service with the hope of never seeing the inside of a courtroom. But when an unhappy soldier dies at the hands of his fellow Marines, Cruise and his slightly-more dedicated colleague (Demi Moore) must defend their admittedly guilty clients by uncovering the conspiracy at the heart of Guantanamo Bay.

An Oscar-nominated, powerhouse performance from Jack Nicholson steals the show, commanding the screen as the near-Napoleonic camp commander with an absolute belief in his own rightness. Adapted from Aaron Sorkin's acclaimed Broadway production, this is a slick, high-octane drama that has quickly become a modern classic.

Highly recommended.

Written by

Also known as "Cuestión de Honor", "Des hommes d'honneur", "Questão de Honra"

Genre: Film

Running Time: 120 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1992

4/5 Stars

Classification: 15 Certificate

Filmed in Colour


Image for Tom CruiseTom Cruise...Lt. Daniel Kaffee
Image for Jack NicholsonJack Nicholson...Col. Nathan R. Jessep
Image for Demi MooreDemi Moore...Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway
Image for Kevin BaconKevin Bacon...Capt. Jack Ross
Image for Kiefer SutherlandKiefer Sutherland...Lt. Jonathan Kendrick
Image for Kevin PollakKevin Pollak...Lt. Sam Weinberg
James Marshall...Pfc. Louden Downey
J.T. Walsh...Lt. Col. Matthew Markinson
Image for Christopher GuestChristopher Guest...Dr. Stone
J.A. Preston...Judge Randolph
Matt Craven...Lt. Dave Spradling
Wolfgang Bodison...Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson
Xander Berkeley...Capt. Whitaker
John M. Jackson...Capt. West
Image for Noah WyleNoah Wyle...Cpl. Jeffrey Barnes