A Few Good Men Reviews
It's a grand undertaking that wrangles with the heavy questions that cropped up at Nuremberg and My Lai, questions that deserve and get lots of imposing shots of monuments and not a little swashbuckling from the big stars.
That the performances are uniformly outstanding is a tribute to Rob Reiner (Misery), who directs with masterly assurance, fusing suspense and character to create a movie that literally vibrates with energy.
Julgando-se mais importante e inteligente do que e na verdade, o filme conta com um roteiro ingenuo em seu idealismo juvenil e traz Cruise em uma performance implausivel e repleta de maneirismos de estrela.
Highly entertaining courtroom drama that's well-directed by Reiner but narratively flawed. Thematically, the story is fraudulent--much ado about nothing--but enjoybale to watch.