The next time the p.c. bureaucrats get under your skin, perhaps there is some solace to be taken from this three-minute excerpt from "Charlie Wilson's War," a 2007 movie about America's covert war in Afghanistan. In this scene, a street-smart spy played by Philip Seymour Hoffman lets loose at his buttoned-down CIA boss. Who hasn't felt this way at one time or another?
Not for those whose ears are too minty-fresh for cuss words.