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“You went all the way to Yemen, and all you proved is that you’re still a drunk!” a bloodied Terry Childers (Samuel L. Jackson) bellows at buddy Hays Hodges (Tommy Lee Jones) before the two engage in some mano-a-mano combat in the most unintentionally hilarious line in the new military courtroom drama “Rules of Engagement.” At this point in the film, Marine Corps Col. Childers has already murdered a prisoner of war in cold blood, given the order to execute a crowd of women and children, fought with protesters, and punched his best friend. And he’s supposed to be the hero?

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