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'As Good as It Gets'
A review of the 1997 film, 'As Good as It Gets'.
# 92674 | 905 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Feb 26, 2007 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Film (General)

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This paper discusses the film 'As Good as It Gets' starring Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson. The paper critiques the film from a personal perspective. The paper concludes by letting us know that 'As Good as It Gets' is a film that you just cant help liking despite it's various flaws.

From the Paper:

"Even with these brilliant actors giving their best performances, there was something odd about the reluctant romance between Hunt and Nicholson. Either it was the stiffness that Nicholson exhibited being Nicholson of course or there was something wrong with the way they had come together, I cant really say but the romance was something that didn't sit well with me. I liked the movie more for its simply brilliant script, crisp dialogue and an interesting storyline that bring the lives of three characters together in a way that engulfs the viewer completely. The script had incidentally been penned by James J. Brooks and Mark Andrus who have had to their credit seven to grossing romantic comedy scripts since 1978."

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