Jack nicholson and helen hunt

10 Things You Didn’t Know about “As Good as it Gets”

jack nicholson and helen hunt

Twenty years ago, Jack Nicholson hopped through the streets of Manhattan, trying to avoid the cracks in the sidewalk in “As Good as it Gets.”.

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There's something about Jack Nicholson that makes you want to grin. Maybe it's the anticipation that you'll see him get away with something. He's the guy who knows the angles. His screen persona was established for all time the moment he told the waitress to hold the chicken salad between her knees in " Five Easy Pieces. It is some kind of twisted tribute to Nicholson that he's able to use this dialogue in what is, after all, a comedy.

Melvin is a guy with problems, that much is obvious. When he was announce Best Actor, Jack Nicholson imitated his character on the way to the podium. He decided to stay in character right up until he got to the podium, kind of as an homage to the character so that people would get a good laugh out of it. Apparently he went a little too femme on the part. Jill was the dog that got the most screen time. Nicholson describes the movie as a love story where his character just got to irritate everybody.

Brooks -directed comedy landed Nicholson his third Oscar in It was a difficult task, channeling a character that falls in love with a waitress as his local diner Helen Hunt and befriends his gay neighbor Greg Kinnear , while staying true to his core as a grumpy brute. The Academy Awards were much bigger back then. I saw the movie again last night. Helen Hunt : Jim, say thank you. James L. Brooks : You know something?

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5 thoughts on “Jack nicholson and helen hunt

  1. As Good as It Gets is a American romantic comedy film directed by James L . Brooks, who co-wrote it with Mark Andrus. The film stars Jack Nicholson as a misanthropic and obsessive-compulsive novelist, Helen Hunt.

  2. Directed by James L. Brooks. With Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Greg Kinnear, Cuba Gooding Jr.. A single mother and waitress, a misanthropic author, and a gay.

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