As Good as It Gets
Drama • PG-13 • 1997 • 2 hr 19 min
Kinda great one of those simple movies that just leaves a good vibe
Now this is a real hidden gem. Nicholson is brutally hilarious with zero filter. A lot of love for this film
Definitely in my top ten favorite movies of all time, if not top five. The final scene is pure magic.
Good movie. some parts could have been removed
A feel good comedy that is hearthwarming, misunderstood selfishness finds generosity and compassion.
Brilliant dramedy! With excellent characters and acting! It's an uplifting feelgood movie that's fun, touching and the entertain! Recommend!
Jack Nicholson is great, but could’ve been 10 minutes shorter.
While Jack Nicholson is good in his role, it’s Helen Hunt that really gives this movie its greatness. You’ll remember the light ending.
A movie about homophobic man and his dog. Pure gold.
Superb romance drama movie, great characters and acting all round with a beautiful uplifting story.Some hilarious & touching scenes.Must see
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