“A Few Good Men” quotes(1992)
Plot – Sergeant William T. Santiago, a Marine of the US base in Guantanamo Bay, died during an unofficial 'disciplinary' action called 'code red', conducted by sergeant Louden Downey and Private Harold W. Dawson. The case is given to the young Navy Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee, assisted by the captain of the Disciplinary Committee Joanne Galloway - a pretty and determinated woman - and a friend of Kaffee, Captain Jack Ross. During the trial and the parallel feverish enquiry it turns out that Santiago was in peers and superiors’ bad graces because of his poor fighting skills. He had also asked to be transferred, going over his superiors’ head and promising some revelations about an incident at the fencings in which Downey was involved. It also turns out that Colonel Nathan R. Jessup, previously contacted in Cuba, lied about at least two points: it had never ordered the transfer of Santiago with the 6 A.M. flight as he said and, actually, he had hidden the plans of a night flight with the same destination that would have saved Santiago. The only one who could shed light on the facts, Jessup’s vice Matthew Markinson, is nowhere to be found.
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“A Few Good Men” Quotes 20 quotes
“- Lt. Sam Weinberg: Nobody likes the whites, but we're going to Cuba. You got Dramamine?
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: Dramamine keeps you cool?
- Lt. Sam Weinberg: No, Dramamine keeps you from throwing up. You get sick when you fly.
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: I get sick when I fly because I'm afraid of crashing into a large mountain. I don't think...” (continue)(continue reading)
“A crime? What crime did he commit? Lieutenant Kendrick, Dawson brought a hungry guy some food. What crime did he commit?”
“- Lt. Dave Spradling: We were supposed to meet in your office fifteen minutesago to talk about the McDermont case. You're stalling on this thing. We get this done right now, or I mean it, Kaffee, I'm going to hang your boy from a fuckin' yardarm!
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: Yardarm? Sherby, does the Navy still hang people from Yardarms?
- Lt. Sherby:...” (continue)(continue reading)
“We joined the Marines because we wanted to live our lives by a certain code, and we found it in the Corps. Now you're asking us to sign a piece of paper that says we have no honor. You're asking us to say we're not Marines. If a court decides that what we did was wrong, then I'll accept whatever punishment they give. But I believe I was right...” (continue)(continue reading)
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: This your signature?
- Lance Cpl. Harold W. Dawson: Yes, sir.
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: You don't have to call me "sir". Is this your signature?
- Pfc. Louden Downey: Sir, yes, sir.
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: You certainly don't need to do it twice in one sentence.
“- Capt. West: Commander Galloway, why don't you get yourself a cup of coffee.
- Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway: Thank you, sir, I'm fine.
- Capt. West: [iritated because she didn't understand his intention] Commander, I'd like you to leave the room so we can talk about you behind your back.
- Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway: Certainly, sir.”
“- Col. Nathan R. Jessup: I felt his life might be in danger.
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: Grave danger?
- Col. Nathan R. Jessup: [sarcastically] Is there another kind?”
“I get paid no matter how much time you spend in jail.”
“It was what they were ordered to do. Out in the real world, it means nothing, and in the Washington navy yard it doesn't mean a whole lot more, but if you're a marine assigned rifle company Windward Guantánamo Bay Cuba, if you're given an order you follow it or you pack your bags.”
“- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: What's a fence line?
- Capt. Whitaker: Sam.
- Lt. Sam Weinberg: A big wall separating the good guys from the bad guys.”
“- Lt. Dave Spradling: I'm going to charge him with possession and being under the influence while on duty. You plead guilty, I recommend thirty days in the brig with loss of rank and pay.
- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: It was oregano, Dave. It was ten dollars' worth of oregano.”
“- Lt. Daniel Kaffee: How did you know where the mess hall was if it's not in this book?
- Cpl. Jeffrey Barnes: Well, I guess I just followed the crowd at chow time, sir.”