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As Good As It Gets

The life of Melvin Udall, a well known novelist of fictional romance, who treats people in a rude way and has a restricted system in his life, has been changed completely, when he has to look after the dog of his gay neighbor, as he soften his heart and when the only waitress that can afford him is about to leave, the thing that leads him to love her.
Actors: David A. Kipper,
David A. Kipper
David A. Kipper 1948
Billy the Dog,
Billy the Dog
Billy the Dog
Chloe Brooks,
Chloe Brooks
Chloe Brooks
Brian Doyle-Murray,
Brian Doyle-Murray
Brian Doyle-Murray 31 October 1945, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Helen Hunt,
Helen Hunt
Helen Hunt 15 June 1963, Culver City, California, USA
Patricia Childress,
Patricia Childress
Patricia Childress 13 October 1971, Tarrant County, Texas, USA
Laurie Kilpatrick,
Laurie Kilpatrick
Laurie Kilpatrick
Ava Lee Scott,
Ava Lee Scott
Ava Lee Scott 1 March 1976, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Stan Bly,
Stan Bly
Stan Bly
Alex Ballar,
Alex Ballar
Alex Ballar
Jimmy Workman,
Jimmy Workman
Jimmy Workman 4 October 1980, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Genre: RomanceDramaComedy
Director: James L. Brooks
James L. Brooks
James L. Brooks 9 May 1940, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1997
IMDb: 7.7
Duration: 139 min
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CRITICS OF "As Good As It Gets"

February 24, 2006

Both funny and sad, the comedy was in the vein of Brooks' Terms of Endearment, except it was more eccentric and nuttier and in moments genuinely touching due to strong chemistry between Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt.
Time Out

June 24, 2006

The trouble lies in the rambling narrative, Brooks' cautious direction and the cosy tone which renders the whole thing reminiscent of an extended sitcom.
The New Republic

January 01, 2000

Nicholson struggles for the core of the man but never gets it; so, in most scenes, he resorts to working his face, with grimaces and sneering smiles and lip-pursings in place of acting.
Dark Horizons

December 30, 2006

Not only one of the best romantic comedies of the year, but one of the best films in ages.
Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

Funny, but not a light comedy for youngsters.

July 02, 2008

A sporadically funny romantic comedy with all the dramatic plausibility and tonal consistency of a TV variety show.
Entertainment Weekly

February 14, 2001

It's fun to watch Jack Nicholson draw on great reservoirs of bile to play a mean SOB with an obsessive-compulsive disorder.
TV Guide

September 03, 2008

The movie's too long, and the direction is sometimes slack -- but the script is crammed with withering ripostes, ably delivered by Nicholson and Hunt.
Globe and Mail

April 12, 2002

Romance comedies definitely come better than this, although perhaps not lately.

March 29, 2009

The greatest pleasures come from the acting.
Los Angeles Times

February 14, 2001

It's a mark of how magically written, directed and acted As Good as It Gets is that we end up loving this film despite knowing how haphazard, scattershot and almost indefinable its charm is.