21 Things You Never Knew About 'A Few Good Men'

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This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of "A Few Good Men."

Landing in theaters on December 13, 1992, the military courtroom drama became director Rob Reiner's biggest hit, put future Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin on the map as a screenwriter, gave Tom Cruise one of his most memorable and best roles, and gifted Jack Nicholson with the most unforgettable line of his career.

Still, as often as you've watched Cruise and Demi Moore face off in court against Nicholson, there's a lot you may not know about "A Few Good Men," including the real-life story behind it, the script's journey from cocktail napkins to the screen, or the time Kevin Pollak's mom hit on Nicholson while he was trying to play his courtroom scene.