As Good As It Gets

1997

James L. Brooks
Director

The worlds' most difficult man to get on with, an author with obsessive complusive disorder, begins to fall in love with a waitress who is having to cope with a sick child. Nicholson & Hunt both won Oscars for this, and only a sympathy vote for Titanic (1997), kept this from winning the Best Picture Oscar which it deserved.
One of the best movies ever made.



25th December 1997
Cinema






13th March 1998
Cinema





As Good As It Gets
26th December 2000
DVD




1.85:1




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Jack Nicholson
Melvin Udall
Helen Hunt
Carol Connelly
Greg Kinnear
Simon Bishop
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Frank Sachs
Skeet Ulrich
Vincent
Shirley Knight
Beverly
Yeardley Smith
Jackie
Lupe Ontiveros
Nora
Sharon L. Alexander
Passerby
Randall Batinkoff
Carol's Date
Julie Benz
Receptionist
Shane Black
Cafe 24 Manager, Brian
Ross Bleckner
Carl
Stan Bly
Cafe 24 Customer
Danielle Brisebois
Singer in Restaurant
Chloe Brooks
Child at Cafe 24 (with dog)
Cooper Brooks
Child at Cafe 24 (with dog)
Jaffe Cohen
Partygoer
Holly Denys
Passerby
Brian Doyle-Murray
John, the Handyman
Lisa Edelstein
Woman at Table
Linda Gehringer
Publisher
Wood Harris
Cafe 24 Busboy
Dave Hawthorne
Bartender
Justin Herwick
Street Hustler
Kaitlin Hopkins
Woman in Lobby
Peter Jacobson
Man at Table
Jesse James
Spencer Connelly
Antonia Jones
Terry, Dr. Bette's Assistant
Lawrence Kasdan
Dr. Green
Jamie Kennedy
Street Hustler
David A. Kipper
Hospital Doctor
Annie Maginnis Tippe
Daughter at Table
Matt Malloy
Men's Store Saleman
Tom McGowan
Maitre D'
Kathryn Morris
Psychiatric Patient
John O'Donohue
Detective Ray
Bibi Osterwald
Neighbor Woman
Missi Pyle
Cafe 24 Waitress
Harold Ramis
Dr. Bettes
Kirk Ringberg
Food Waiter
Alison Rose
Psychiatric Patient
Maya Rudolph
Policewoman
Tod Solondz
Man on Bus
Danielle Spencer
Veterinarian
Leslie Stefanson
Cafe 24 Waitress
Mary Elizabeth Still
Hospital Receptionist
Tara Subkoff
Cafe 24 Waitress
Jimmy Workman
Sean from the Bakery
Kristi Zea
Mother at Table

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