The Three Way Bookend

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One Response to The Three Way Bookend

  1. unclejeff73 says:

    AS GOOD AS IT GETS does not hold up well for me AT ALL. I really loved it when it was first released. I tried to watch it again within the last couple years, and Helen Hunt’s character (and performance) was so unbearable I was literally cringing. In retrospect, this has to be one of the worst Oscars wins in recent memory. That being said, Nicholson and Kinnear hold up nicely. And I am generally a fan of James L. Brooks’ dialogue. But I’ll take Tea Leoni in SPANGLISH over Hunt here any day of the week.

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