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Luke Duncan 1 year ago
Amazingly acted and wonderully written romance/drama film.
Rachel Marshall over 2 years ago
such a feel good film! The characters really grew on me. it was sweet and funny.
John Mitchell over 3 years ago
This makes me smile. Nicholson and co are great. Well written too.
Lachie Munro 4 years ago
Unique and enjoyable - great actors, love it!
Mikus Zeberiņš 6 years ago
At moments bleak, but if you can find the beauty it holds, in the end you will love it.
Ivan D'souza over 6 years ago
Lovely offbeat romance. Wonderful act by Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt. Rewatched it often
David Hernandez Gonzalez 7 years ago
You must watch it
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
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Monica Goldberg 11 months ago
Jake Boone 12 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
tal sheldon 2 years ago
Simon Taylor 2 years ago
Sandra Padilla over 2 years ago
Iulia M over 2 years ago
Milda over 2 years ago
As Good as It Gets is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by James L. Brooks and produced by Laura Ziskin. It stars Jack Nicholson as a misanthropic, obsessive-compulsive novelist, Helen Hunt as a single mother with an asthmatic son, and Greg Kinnear as a gay artist. The screenplay was written by Mark Andrus and James L. Brooks. Both Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt won the Academy Award for Best Actor and Academy Award for Best Actress, respectively, making As Good As It Gets the latest film to win both of the lead acting awards, and the first since 1991. It is ranked 140th on Empire magazine's "The 500 Greatest Movies of All Time" list. Melvin Udall is a misanthrope who works at home as a best-selling novelist in New York City. He suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder which, paired with his misanthropy, puts off the neighbors in his Manhattan apartment building and nearly everyone else with whom he comes into contact. He eats breakfast at the same table in the same...
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