Auditions begin! Neil Patrick Harris takes on much of the final monologue for the character of Colonel Jessup from "A Few Good Men," written by Aaron Sorkin. I've probably only seen this film once. I should fix that, no?
Edit - fix to "Neil" instead of "Neal." That's what I get for having a re-read of Neal Stephenson's "Reamde" as my bedside reading material...
Not if you remember why you've only seen it once! ;)
There are some films worth seeing once, others worth seeing a second or third time, most nowadays are pretty good, but if it was crap you wouldn't want to let yourself down a second time! ;)
@BV - Nah, I remember thinking it was pretty good then. My wife's seen it at least a dozen times. We're both pretty big Sorkin fans. (We even own the complete season of "Studio 60," which was a tragic bomb.)
Maybe re-watch it after "The Social Network?"
PS - I just noticed that I spelled NPH's name wrong... and I'm at the workplace. Will repair later.
Edit - repaired at 9:40pm PST.
You want the part?! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE PART!!! Moving on... lol.
@Redstorm - You win! That's the punchline I was trying to find last night when compiling, and just kept hitting the wall for whatever reason. Well played.
(And I suppose Fred Savage is too far back in the mists of pop culture history to work as a punchline anymore.)
Thanks, Lich. :) Hey, I remember "The Wonder Years." Good show. And there was that time Kramer met him on Seinfeld. I don't think that's that far back. But hey, I'm probably just getting old. :P