I don't know what's more embarrassing about this passage from Jeffrey Goldberg's New Yorker article -- the fact that Goldberg and Lieberman independently paid to see Behind Enemy Lines or the fact that Lieberman actually cheers during crappy Hollywood blockbusters:
Lieberman likes expressions of American power. A few years ago, I was in a movie theatre in Washington when I noticed Lieberman and his wife, Hadassah, a few seats down. The film was "Behind Enemy Lines," in which Owen Wilson plays a U.S. pilot shot down in Bosnia. Whenever the American military scored an onscreen hit, Lieberman pumped his first and said, "Yeah!" and "All right!"
PS: Goldberg shares Lieberman's hawkish tendencies, but he does get one particularly nice shot in at the sanctimonious posturing of the "independent Democrat":
Three days after the hearing, I went to see Lieberman in his office. He was cheerful and easygoing and more convinced than usual of the essential rightness of his vision" (my italics).