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A Few Good Men (Special Edition)/Jerry Maguire (Bilingual)

Tom Cruise , Cuba Gooding Jr. , Cameron Crowe , Rob Reiner    Unrated   DVD
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Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 12/29/2009

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great duo pack March 7 2014
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I have every single movie that Tom Cruise has ever done. This was an awesome way to say Happy Birthday to a friend that really likes Tom Cruise but only has a couple of movies of him.
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5.0 out of 5 stars You can't handle the money! Oct. 24 2010
By Annie Van Auken - Published on Amazon.com
Aaron Sorkin's A FEW GOOD MEN had a 497 performance Broadway run between 11/15/89 and 1/26/91. Tom Hulce (AMADEUS) portrayed Lt. j.g. Daniel Kaffee and Stephen Lang (GETTYSBURG) was Lt. Col. Nathan Jessep.

In Rob Reiner's screen version (adapted by the playwright), an inexperienced Navy lawyer is assigned the defense of two Gitmo Marines who appear to have murdered a comrade while administering a "Code Red," a disciplinary action they claim was ordered by their own lieutenant. Scene-chewing catchphrase "You can't handle the truth" aside, this is a top shelf courtroom drama.

Cameron Crowe's JERRY MAGUIRE is a rarity: a romantic film with an NFL setting. Another Tom Cruise picture where a co-star utters its most memorable line (Miss Zellweger's immortal "You had me at 'hello' "), this is a near-perfect blend of comedy and drama that's enhanced by an extensive and varied music track, fine acting and unusual sports figure cameos.

Here, super-agent Jerry is fired from the company he helped found for publishing a mission statement that stresses providing more personal attention to a smaller roster of star athletes. Dorothy Boyd is struck by the beauty of Jerry's message. She quits her accconting job at the same firm and together Jerry and she set out to conquer the sports agency world, starting with a single client, little-used wide receiver Rod Tidwell. The undersized Rod has a head almost too big for his helmet. He wants the Arizona Cardinals to pay him several million more than the team's owner thinks he's worth.

Jerry likes the widowed Dorothy a great deal and he totally loves her precocious six-year-old son, Ray. When Dorothy plans a move to San Diego, the matrimony-phobic Jerry asks her to marry him. It soon becomes obvious that as a husband he's a great sports agent. Jerry must simultaneously deal with a rapidly deteriorating marriage, his inability to sign new clients and Rod's demands for a long term contract from the Cards.

Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 imdb viewer poll ratings.

(7.6) A Few Good Men (1992) - Tom Cruise/Jack Nicholson/Demi Moore/Kevin Bacon/Kiefer Sutherland/Kevin Pollak/J.T. Walsh/James Marshall/Christopher Guest/J.A. Preston/Wolfgang Bodison/Noah Wyle

(7.2) Jerry Maguire (1996) - Tom Cruise/Cuba Gooding Jr./Renée Zellweger/Kelly Preston/Jay Mohr/Bonnie Hunt/Jonathan Lipnicki/Glenn Frey/Donal Logue/Beau Bridges (cameos: Al Michaels/Dan Dierdorf/Frank Gifford/Drew Bledsoe/Katarina Witt/Mel Kiper/Drew Rosenhaus/Art Monk/Richie Kotite/Troy Aikman/Warren Moon/Kerry Collins/Dallas Malloy)
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 5 2014
By bassist - Published on Amazon.com
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A classic!
5.0 out of 5 stars movie May 19 2014
By debbie burton - Published on Amazon.com
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both movies are great. A Few Good Men is one of the best movies that Tom Cruise has ever made. Jerry Maguire was one of the great comedies that Tom Cruise and Cuba Gooding Jr. could have made together. hope they will some day make another movie.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Few Good men Loved It April 6 2014
By Dartha D. - Published on Amazon.com
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Serving with my husband in the miltitary We enjoyed all kinds of miltitary films and movies He is gone now but the memories fo this are great!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movies March 17 2014
By angel - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered this at the request of my 21 year old son. These are movies you can watch over and over. Thanks
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