Did you know…


The Aaron Sorkin trademark of showing two characters walking down a hallway toward a moving camera talking sidelong to one another (as seen in The American President (1995), Sports Night (1998), and The West Wing (1999)) originated from the Rob Reiner directed 1992 film, A Few Good Men. A scene between Kaffee (Tom Cruise) and Ross (Kevin Bacon) was written as being set in an office, but Rob Reiner, in an effort to create more action on-screen, suggested that it be changed so that they were walking down a hallway.


Starring an ensemble cast including, among others, Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise and Demi Moore, A Few Good Men centers on the court hearing of two U.S. Marines charged with the murder of a fellow Marine as well as their lawyers’ problems in defending their clients in the case.

Well, if you didn’t know, now you do!

-Courtesy of IMDb.

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