Drama • R • 2002 • 2 hr 5 min
My personal favorite Jack Nicholson film. His performance in this film is unforgettable. Gives a powerful message about moving on in life.
Funny and touching, great Jack Nicholson performance
Pretty good comedy with a good performance by Jack. I miss him
Kathy Bates steals the show of flick about retired Nicholson feeling outmoded. Nothing much happens except Nicholson's frustration.
It crawls in a little desperate ball of depression and cries and in there it finds humanity
Bittersweet, very well played. It shows how each one of us can do something good for others, even when we think we are worthless
￼Does a great job of capturing the minutiae of ￼an average guy’s life. But who cares? It’s boring. And way too long.
Touching and moving drama comedy movie, great characters and script. Nicholson is amazing in the lead role, must see movie
Jack Nicholson’s finest hour, a wonderfully touching and hilarious dramedy. Kathy Bates is also dope AF
Has a fantastic ending, everything else is slow and kinda ugly looking.
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