It's been a long time since I've seen the movie "Good Will Hunting", but coming across this clip makes me want to watch it again and soon.
All I want to do is ask you to watch this video (it's less than 3 minutes) and if you'd like to comment that would be awesome. Personally, I couldn't
agree more with what the character Will Hunting says.
The character is in a job interview with the National Security Agency when he is asked "why wouldn't you want to work for the NSA?". Listen to his
very specific answer and remember this was in theaters 14 years ago in 1997.
So, any thoughts or comments or does it just leave you without words like it did to me?
MODS - I could have sworn I saw another thread recently about this video. However a search comes up empty. If a thread has already been done please
close. Also, I hope I picked the right forum. If not, please move. Sorry to be such high-maintenance.
edit on 30-4-2011 by Hessling
my dislike for damon came about due to his appearances on chris matthews hardball
sorry for that elaboration what do i think of his comments the same old liberal anti government anti capitalist typical anti corporate rant.
and yes america does things i am not proud of but then agian those are the only reasons we exist today people have made those decisions ever since
this country was founded but when people denigrate one side which damon is doing in that film piece its only telling one side of the story.
its is also fair to say that yeah america screws people over in other countries but they also screw us over here.
things could be alot worse in this country and people just dont seem to grasp that concept.
bruce willis nah willis would never say things such as these as far as i know willis is one of the most a political actors out there.
i do agree with willis being a better actor.
edit on 30-4-2011 by neo96 because: (no reason given)
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