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Nicholson and Hunt, while both brilliant independently, don't really share a terrific romantic chemistry and this is in part because of the age difference.

In one scene Carol says that she thought Melvin was handsome and almost reveals that she thought he was sexy, but her actions never reinforce these statements. Of the three characters, I never felt as if I got to know him that well. Or as Melvin puts it when making introductions, "Carol the waitress, Simon the fag." As Scott wrote is loaded with great lines, and many are politically incorrect.

The telling is a little long winded at times and the film could have been shorter but it is still enjoyable.

It does tip over into sickly sentimentality at times and can be a bit syrupy but it comes with the territory.

I love the scene where he intimidates Melvin in the hallway of his apartment building. Of course she is on Medicaid or some other form of government assistance.

The movie never says her son is without any medical care before Melvin steps in.

At two and a quarter hours, it is quite long, particularly for the genre.

Certainly, there is room for some tightening and trimming.

He doesn't reserve his caustic tongue for just women though, but gays, “I can't do this without you.

I'm afraid he might pull the stiff one-eye on me.

I wanted to know more about Cuba Gooding's character, Frank Sachs, Simon's agent.

He plays a key role at the beginning of the movie but once the other three characters head out on that road trip to Baltimore he abruptly disappears from the story. ” One scene that never rings true for me is the moment where Carol runs through the rain to Melvin's apartment to tell him she will never sleep with him as repayment for providing great medical care for her sick son Spencer. Eric, I disagree that the problems of this single mother with the sick kid seem forced.

Sell crazy someplace else, we're all stocked up here.” Jewish people, “How much more you got to eat? ” And pretty much everyone else he comes into contact with. There are a few serious remarks, although often told in a humorous manner, that remain quotable as well, including the title, but also these. Noodle salad.” “I'm drowning here and you're describing the water.” “You make me want to be a better man.” And one of my favorites, “How can you diagnose someone as an obsessive compulsive disorder, and then act like I have some choice about barging in here?

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