As Good As It Gets (Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment )

This is the second scene I've posted from As Good As It Gets. The first scene is funnier, in fact, I almost posted it again, but I remembered I already had it in archives. I guess it's obvious that I loved the movie. It has such a great screenplay I can't help it. You can watch the other scene by clicking the "link within box" below. I hope you enjoy one or both of them...and have a safe and fun Labor Day week-end. Thanks for visiting~


Finding Pam said...

Hey Annie, I loved that movie so very much. I am a lot like Jack Nicholson's character. I relate so well to this movie. What does that say about me?

Thank you for the lovely comment and for becoming a reader.

I hope you have a nice holiday weekend.


Finding Pam said...

Hey Annie, I loved that movie so very much. I am a lot like Jack Nicholson's character. I relate so well to this movie. What does that say about me?

Thank you for the lovely comment and for becoming a reader.

I hope you have a nice holiday weekend.


Finding Pam said...

Annie, my new friend, I have left you a box of chocolates at my place.

Anonymous said...

Saturday night: Can't get this song out of my head...Ah, Frankie

Dawn Drover said...

Annie that was the best compliment ever wasn't it? I adore Helen Hunt by the way ;)
Have a great weekend... I hope you got my email... Luvs ya!

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Well, it says a lot of good things about you...For one thing when you give friendship it's real...what you see it what you get..and that may be "As Good As It Gets."

I like people like that- I also like eccentric people, and the character he plays certainly is eccentric.

And thank you for becoming a reader, and your nice comments.

I hope you have a great holiday too, and I'm sorry I'm responding to this comment so late. I need to change my settings.



aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Pam, I love, love, love the box of chocolates and I've been by your blog, and commented. Thank you so much...I was so surprised and delighted to be in the company of such good bloggers.

And delighted that my new friend gave me a box of chocolates.

I will pass your great award on this upcoming week...

Thanks Pam.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Dawn, Yes, it is the best compliment ever...and I also love Helen Hunt.

I did get one e-mail, and I e-mailed you back, but I think I missed one.

I've been worried about you, but it's better now, I think. I haven't heard from you since I replied to the last one. I hope everything is alright, and I wish for you a wonderful week-end too.

Luvs ya back,


Clueless_Mama said...

I love that show too. Very good one.

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