I have watched it many times.
Why do I like it so much?
Is it Jack Nicholson? Is it the dog, Verdel?
I was reminded of this film again just recently in March and I think this recent situation explains why this film has become so enduring.
"As Good as it Gets" is a film about dysfunction and much of the dysfunction portrayed is avoidable.
It reminds me of people I know in this crazy mixed up world who's shoes I would not want to wear or share.
I am just a boring guy who likes to do a good job so things go smoothly.
That usually keeps the cray cray at bay.
Or as Jack Nicholson says (in portraying Melvin Udall),
"Sell crazy someplace else, we're all stocked up here".
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