In the 1989 movie Farewell to the King, Nick Nolte plays an American deserter following the fall of the Philippines. Washed up on the Borneo coast, he is taken in by a native tribe and eventually becomes their king. And life is great there despite the war, until a British officer shows up with a radio, which eventually causes the remote "kingdom" to discovered by the Japanese.
In this scene, Nolte's a bit cheesed with Capt. Fairbourne after the Japanese strafe the village after they track his radio signals.
And the best lines of movie history come at about 1:09, when Learoyd is asked: "What do you want?"
Capt. Fairbourne: What do you want.
Learoyd: Freedom, to be like we are.
Capt. Fairbourne: Anything else?
Learoyd: Guns. So they can't take the freedom away.
Capt. Fairbourne: Well, I'll see what I can do.
Learoyd: And grenades, mortars and mines, so they can't take the guns away.
When I first saw this movie and heard that exchange, I jumped up and yelled "YES!!!"
My then-girlfriend was not amused, however several people in the theater seemed to be.
Great movie. A bit slow to start, and a bit choppy at times, story-wise, but some great gun scenes and lots of cool jungle combat. Find it and watch it.