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A Few Good Men Without The Dialogue Is Hilarious

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Aaron Sorkin might be the best screenwriter around but one of his most famous movies is a masterpiece even without that snappy dialogue.

Courtroom drama A Few Good Men goes from being a serious study of human emotion into a series of close-ups of famous people pulling faces like they’ve smelt something very unpleasant, and hold Jack Nicholson responsible.

Trust us, it’s a lot funnier than it sounds.

The video was created by Ian Edgar, who now must be considered a genius.  

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