Scent of a Woman
Retired Marine Colonel Frank Slade (Pacino), a cantankerous fool, gives an impassioned plea to his young friend' prep school, demanding that they not expel him for refusing to incriminate three mischievous classmates. The honor committee is unfazed and gives the boy one last chance to testify against the waspy delinquents. He takes it and gets a scholarship to Harvard, eventually becoming the CEO of a company that makes chemical weapons.
Tin Cup (Costner), a driving range pro from Texas, is in contention for the title on the 72nd hole of the US Open. He hits six shots in the water, and is down to his last ball. Instead of laying up, he goes for the green, misses short and is disqualified. His Mexican caddy punches him in the face and moves to Reno, while his over-the-hill psychiatrist girlfriend calls him a "clownshit retard" and dumps him for an astronaut. During a massage back at the club house, Tin Cup masturbates on a masseuse' leg and is sued for the $5,000 that he got for appearing in the tournament. He gets drunk and hangs himself with a seven iron.
In the spring of 1980, thousands of Cubans set sail for Miami in search of the American Dream. Tony Montana (Pacino) tries entering the city' criminal underworld but everyone agrees he' a dumb ass, so they stop calling him back. He opens a dance school, becomes a homosexual and marries a masseuse, who is masturbated on while giving Kevin Costner a massage.
Dances with Wolves
A Union soldier (Costner) befriends a tribe of Indians as he guards an abandoned frontier outpost. They catch the bored infantryman having sex with a wild dog and name him Dances with Wolves. Intrigued, the Indians invite the sodomite to join their community. He gives them all smallpox and is named President of the United States. Three days into his first term, he hangs himself with diseased blankets.
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