John Joseph Jack Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is an American actor, film director, producer and writer.
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Ellen did a good job last night maybe next year they will order Chinese food Love to see Kevin Spacey scarfing down some Kung Po Chicken While Jennifer Lawrence eats General Tso's Chicken with chop sticks And where the *** was Jack Nicholson last night ? Or was Kim Novac's frozen face a tribute to his performance as the Joker?
Did anybody by the change get to see the Movie BATMAN?.i did,...well, based on what s going on...JACK NICHOLSON...did a hella good job,...for playing the part of the US PRESIDENT---
"You (we) can't stand the truth!" says Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men.
"You can't have pancakes in the morning if you're not gonna phone Mama in the afternoon." -Jack Nicholson
We have a model shop open now in the building. They only opened on Saturday and are waiting for more stock to arrive but already look amazing. Hand painted models and even kits so you can paint your own. They are half way through a Jack Nicholson joker who looks amazing!
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STEW'S DAILY FACT(s) 1. The youngest Oscar winner was Tatum O'Neal, who won Best Supporting Actress for "Paper Moon" (1973) when she was only 10 years old. Shirley Temple won the short-lived Juvenile Award at 6 years old. 2. At 82, Christopher Plummer became the oldest person to win an Academy Award. He received the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his work in "Beginners" (2010) opposite Ewan McGregor. 3. After winning Best Actress for "Cabaret" (1972), Liza Minnelli became (and still is) the only Oscar winner whose parents both earned Oscars. Her mother, Judy Garland, received an honorary award in 1939 and her father, Vincente Minnelli, won Best Director for "Gigi" (1958). 4. Nameplates for all potential winners are prepared ahead of time; this year, the Academy made 215 of them! 5. The first Academy Awards were presented in 1929 at a private dinner of about 270 people. It was first televised in 1953, and now the Oscars ceremony can be seen in more than 200 countries. 6. Only three women have received Bes ...
Gravity is A pathetic example of how american propaganda goes on and ruined the party last night ... I'm So Sad for such increduble underrarated masterpieces by the academy .. esp. captain philips/mandela/wolf of wall street. ..said :Jack Nicholson .
Wait, wait, wait...where was Jack Nicholson?
I think next time we go out we shouldn't be allowed near tequila as we did cause mayhem!!! Sam Caven Jack Nicholson
Watching "The Shining" with my favorite Laker fan other than myself, Jack Nicholson, I love scary movies, getting ready for another five day week of being a teacher and coach, refereeing the end of the year boys' tourney in Ripon, what a great week. I get to spend a week helping kids, teaching kids, and coaching kids, who has it better than me? I beg to differ.
watching the shinning and thinking, they could have casted it any more perfect..Jack Nicholson always plays a good crazy guy lol
I love jack nicholson in The Shining
Just wanted to remind you that Meryl Streep is from Summit and Kevin Spacey from South Orange and Jack Nicholson from Neptune and James Gandolfini (God rest his soul) from Park Ridge ... NEW JERSEY. You're welcome.
Thoughts I had while watching the Academy Awards: 1. Ellen Degeneres did a pretty good job of hosting. 2. There were some awful examples of plastic surgery- was that really Goldie Hawn? 3. Jared Leto should be my boyfriend. 4. Why do I want to punch Jonah Hill in the head every time I see him? 5. How could the *** grandpa movie be up for any kind of award? 6. After seeing clips from Gravity and seeing it win many awards, I still have no desire whatsoever to see it. 7. Where was Jack Nicholson? 8. On the red carpet I wish that one celebrity would have said they were wearing an off- the-rack department store brand and were donating the money saved to a worthwhile cause. 9. I hope there are good prizes in the bag o' prizes for predicting the most wins because I think I might actually take it this year! 10. I hope Ellen doesn't get pizza sauce all over her white suit.
Well, the Oscars were interesting. When they play that montage of movie persons who passed over the last year, they should also share a tribute to original faces left behind. Bette Midler looked to be in physical pain if she tried to blink and Goldie Hawn reminded me of Jack Nicholson in Batman.
Crisi Martin Joshua Martin. In my best jack Nicholson voice. Tanya these dogs are getting on my god *** nerves. Lol.don't figure anyone else would get it
Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road? Plato: For the greater good. Karl Marx: It was a historical inevitability. Machiavelli: So that its subjects will view it with admiration, as a chicken which has the daring and courage to boldly cross the road, but also with fear, for whom among them has the strength to contend with such a paragon of avian virtue? In such a manner is the princely chicken's dominion maintained. Hippocrates: Because of an excess of light pink gooey stuff in itspancreas. Jacques Derrida: Any number of contending discourses may be discovered within the act of the chicken crossing the road, and each interpretation is equally valid as the authorial intent can never be discerned, because structuralism is DEAD, DAMMIT, DEAD! Thomas de Torquemada: Give me ten minutes with the chicken and I'll find out. Timothy Leary: Because that's the only kind of trip the Establishment would let it take. Douglas Adams: Forty-two. Nietzsche: Because if you gaze too long across the Road, the Road gazes also acro ...
Lol so funny love actor Jack Nicholson he's a very good funny person
We missed the first part of the Oscar's, but did anyone see Jack Nicholson in his usual front row seat??
Well people, King Leo is still young. 39-years-old and 5 nominations already, Jack Nicholson was 38 when he got his fifth (and also his first win) and Meryl was 34. So he's still in the ball park. As Churchill once said, "We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender."
Jack Nicholson can play a crazy person pretty *** good
Jack Nicholson in the Shining.always a good watch...but yikes.
I think Jennifer Lawrence might be the new Jack Nicholson.
Where is Clooney.more importantly...where is Jack Nicholson?
Just tuned into the Academy Awards to see last bit of it. Just saw Martin Scorsese get snubbed yet again for best director. I remember driving him when he was nominated for "The Aviator". He was presenting the Thalburg Award that year. During that week he was working with Leo Dicaprio, Jack Nicholson, and the writer of "The Departed". All the while Harvey and Bob Wienstein were driving him nuts, like all their nominees. I know he will win one day. Even if it is the Thalburg Award, he will win one day.
I wonder when they r going to remake the shinning good luck finding some one to top jack Nicholson tho cause he is f* epic yes sir indeed
Ok... we are all watching the Oscars... If you were the judges and the Nominees were... Al Pacino, Robert Di Naro, Jack Nicholson.. Who wins and why?
Jack Nicholson will be in next In Memorium. He's old and, the Lakers will be in a "rebuilding period" for who knows how long. R.I.P. Jack. I hope you and Hugh Hefner set aside money for the ladies therapy. You've both looked horrible for years.
I miss Jack Nicholson sitting in the front row wearing his sunglasses. where is he?
As Good as it gets (1997) Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Greg Kinnear New York City. Melvin Udall, a cranky, bigoted, obsessive-compulsive writer, finds his life turned upside down when neighboring *** artist is hospitalized and his dog is entrusted to Melvin. In addition, the only waitress who will tolerate him, must leave work to care for her sick son, making it impossible for Melvin to eat breakfast. Won 2 Oscars. Another 31 wins & 30 nominations...
Did you ever notice that some of the most iconic actors are the worst presenters. Harrison Ford, John Travolta, (in the past, Jack Nicholson) are just a few that come to mind
Where are Jack Nicholson and George Clooney? I miss all the great reaction shots...
Yikes. NO MORE PLASTIC SURGERY. All of you who know me when I am 70, please tell me just to age gracefully. I feel like i have seen Jack Nicholson from Batman too many times tonight.
Women, take note. Plastic surgery and Botox will make you look like Jack Nicholson.
Maybe I'm getting old, but it doesn't seem like the Oscars without Jack Nicholson in the front row.
Can you believe this, The Movie The Shinning wanted Robin Williams to cast the main roll, but they thought he was too scary in the part. My god someone scarier than Jack Nicholson Watching The Shinning now, Still a very good movie to watch. cannot get enough of it. OH NO the Twins just appeared.
Where the f is Jack Nicholson? It's Oscar night. It can't exist without him.
Jack Nicholson still scares the crap out of me in this movie
Has anyone seen Jack Nicholson at the Oscars?
Haven't seen Jack Nicholson at the Oscars yet. Usually he's sitting in the front row.
The only thing I find interesting about the oscars - The front row centre seat is reserved for the same person every year - Jack Nicholson.
Mark just warned me that he is getting a little stir crazy like Jack Nicholson...here's Marky!
Here's my number one question of the night if anyone has the answer: where is usual front row center stalwart Jack Nicholson?? He hasn't missed the Oscars in 40 years.
Will Jack Nicholson be hitting on Lupita this year?
Stuck at home because of the snow. (Like everybody else) Started writing a little bit and then realized something. Right now I'm basically Jack Nicholson in the Shining minus the wife and kid and giant vacant hotel. Radical. Here's Johnny.
Jack nicholson to Heath Ledger: Be carefule while playing/acting/pretdaining to be the joker
Ways to make the walking dead less boring. Add Jack Nicholson to the cast as himself.
I haven't seen Jack Nicholson yet. *** I thought it was a mandatory thing that he had to be at all Oscars, like Lakers games.
So. When Jack Nicholson dies and they show him on the Memoramdum segment, how much does one have to drink to finalize the "Jack Nicholson Drinking Game"?
While watching Kim Novak/Matthew McConnaughey, for some reason I thought of Jack Nicholson as The Riddler.
Kim Novak doing her best Jack Nicholson joker impersonation
Yikes - Kim Novak had the exaggerated version of plastic surgery, didn't she? Hate to say this, but I saw it and didn't think "wow, she looks terrific." I thought "wow, she sort of resembles Jack Nicholson as the Joker."
The Oscars... Kim Novak... OMG!!! Looks like Jack Nicholson as the Joker in Batman... Yes? No?! OMG!!
Do you think Kim Novak looks like the Jack Nicholson Joker
Ladies,on a scale of Jack Nicholson to Channing Tatum,how hot you think I am?
It's rumored that there's going to be a HUGE Oscar after-party at the Cinema Bar in Culver City TONIGHT at 10pm. Bradley Cooper, Helen Mirren, Jack Nicholson, Spike Lee, Charo and Charles Nelson Reilly all MIGHT* be there. Confirmed are Don Ian, Hunter Perrin, Jamie Douglass and yours truly on the main stage for entertainment. Come out and see us. You NEVER know who might show up.
Eyebrows have decided they'd like to model themselves on Jack Nicholson...yay! :-/
- 2005 - "Million Dollar Baby" (Clint Eastwood / Hilary Swank). Many people expected "Ray" (Jamie Foxx) to win, but I agree with this result. - 2006 - "Crash" (ensemble cast). A really good movie that always makes me sad when I watch it, with it's unrelenting racism on all fronts. I also like "Munich" (Eric Bana). - 2007 - "The Departed" (Leonardo DiCaprio / Jack Nicholson). Great movie! - 2008 - "No Country for Old Men" (Josh Brolin / Tommy Lee Jones / Javier Bardem). One of my all-time favourite movies. Bardem's 'Anton Chiguhr' is one of my all-time favourite characters. - 2009 - "Slumdog Millionaire". As good a choice as any among the nominees, I suppose. My favourite movie "The Wrestler" (Mickey Rourke) didn't even get nominated. Rourke at least got a Best Male Actor nomination, but didn't win.
I was watching the Batman from '92 which Jack Nicholson was the Joker. Which actor played the Joker the best? Heath Ledger or Jack Nicholson? Im going with Heath Ledger. He gave the Joker a psychotic vibe to him while I felt Nicholson tried too hard. It was like watching the Jack in The Shining but with makeup.
Jack Nicholson uses his Oscar as a hat stand.
After missing since December, our feral cat friend pulled a Jack Nicholson. TACO'S BACK! Tula was at the kitchen window and saw him walking towards the house from the field. After much screaming and excitement, I ran and got a plate of food and put it in his "spot". He came and ate the minute I got in the house. He is HUGE! Like a mini polar bear. He must be hiding somewhere away from the cold because with our wind chills of 15 below, he managed to survive. We haven't seen any other cats or raccoons or groundhogs. All we see are squirrels, birds and 5 to 7 deer every few days. Tula said she couldn't believe I went out into the snow to feed Taco! We may be nuts but we're happy that Taco's back!
Jack Nicholson "always look on the bright side of life..." - name that movie?
I think Jeff Bridges would be cool to hang out with… He's certainly getting an invite to my next birthday party, along with Jack Nicholson
- Filmzitat des Tages - "One of us had to die. With me, it tends to be the other guy." Jack Nicholson als Frank Costello in 'The Departed' (2006)
Watching this show about the Academy Awards. Talking about some great actors, some of the classic ones. Think I grew up in a great era too - Jack Nicholson, Dustin Hoffman, Al Pacino, Robert DiNiro, Jon Voight, Micheal Douglass, Christopher Walken, Meryl Strepp, Glen Close, Sally Field, Sissy Spacek just to name a few
When celebrity ladies go off the deep end with the cosmetic surgery, what procedure is it that ends up making them all look like Jack Nicholson's version of the Joker? Just saw Melanie Griffith on an episode of Hawaii 5-0, and she just looks weird. Like her mouth won't close right any more.
Hi there ! Long time no write! I'll be a bit inconsistent for a little longer but. I'm baaack. (In my best Jack Nicholson voice ) Tonight I'm heading to Raleigh with mi amore to support those dear old Appalachian rockers BIG DADDY LOVE in the Last Band Standing competition at the Lincoln Theatre. There are three other bands performing and the winner gets a nice prize package, but more importantly gets to open up for Daryl Hall and John Oates at their big show at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in May. The other bands are The Morning After, Onward, Soldiers, and Jack the Radio. I know The Morning After is an excellent band and I'm sure the others are too, but rest assured I'll be cheering hard and heavy for those lovable pickers from the Carolina hills. If I were not going to that other triad there is no doubt where I would be tonight. The pick of the night for the Piedmont area is easy. Aaron "Woody" Wood is playing at High High Rock Outfitters in Lexington and that is going to be one great show. I've ...
Jack Nicholson's Joker returns as a hallucination due to the Scarecrow fear toxin he injected George Clooney's Batman with. This would've been called "Batman: Triumphant" and would've been released in Summer of 1999. Starring George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Alicia Silverstone, Nicolas Cage as Scarecrow, Madonna as Harley Quinn, she was written as Joker's daughter. And it was rumored that the Mad Hatter and Man-Bat were going to appear. And were going to be played by Martin Short and Mark Linn-Baker. AND they had the idea of bringing Tim Drake into the movie as well. Joel Schumacher would have returned to direct it, and a new a BETTER writer Mark Protosevich wrote the script. I don't know I feel 'cause it wasn't released. I do HATE the idea of Madonna as Harley Quinn and the idea of Harley as Joker's daughter. I do like the hallucination of Joker idea though, would've tormented Batman and conquer his demons. That would've been cool. THIS IS A Fan image, not a real production still. What do you think?
Movie Review: Non- Stop. Okay Sir Liam Neeson takes to the air as Air Marshall William Banks and he brings some snakes,,,and his daughter gets kidnapped and he has a "certain set of skills"...Samuel L Jackson shows up and says...Please... "kindly" get these snakes off my plane! lol Okay...none of this happens except the part about Neeson as Air Marshall Banks. "You want him on that plane...you need him on that plane"...ordering code reds and kicking *** lol Sorry I channeled Jack Nicholson from a Few Good Men there but we know what we are getting going into this movie...Liam Neeson takes his tough guy persona to the air and we are along for this thrill ride. Marshall Banks is an alcoholic with a checkered past who boards a non-stop trans-atlantic flight and soon finds this is no ordinary flight. Along for the ride is Juliane Moore as Jen Summers...a fellow passenger who just happens to be around and sits next to Banks. Banks gets a text early on on his secured line that tells him if he doesn't have ...
Mi ricorda Jack Nicholson in Shining. It reminds me about Jack Nicholson in
Jack Nicholson plays an irish mob boss in Boston, Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio and mark Walhberg are in it to, it's ma fave film
Any film with Morgan Freeman or Jack Nicholson in is a good film
If your kids have nightmares this weekend, it might be because I read The Elephant's Child in my Jack Nicholson voice
My favorite part of the Oscars is when cameras cut to Jack Nicholson in his sunshades & we wonder whether or not he's breathing.
as Jack :we call that waxing our car Richie,but a two iron leaves a better finish Signed Nicholson auto detailing
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But like, more in the Jack Nicholson playing the Joker while defacing art to Prince's music kind of villain.
The original batman movie with Jack Nicholson as the Joker will always be my favorite.
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! is a 2000 fantasy comedy Christmas film based on the 1957 book of the same name by Dr. Seuss. Jim Carrey plays the Grinch, a green creature who always hated Christmas since he was an 8-year-old child. It was revealed in his origin that he started to hate Christmas after his school classmates laughed at him when he tried to shave his chin. Before Jim Carrey was cast to play as The Grinch, Jack Nicholson and Eddie Murphy were considered to play, but both actors were scrapped.
He could do a mean Jack Nicholson impression though.
With my sunglasses on, I'm Jack Nicholson. Without them, I'm fat and 60.
Jack Nicholson,the kind of man I want to sit nd have a drink with. C: my hair is blue again. Good morning world!
I definitely like the other Batman with Heath Ledger in it much better than the one with Jack Nicholson as the Joker..
Just for the record... Jack Nicholson... best Joker EVER. That is all.
So I have a question; Heath Ledger Joker, Jack Nicholson Joker, or Mark Hamill Joker? ... and GO!
I loved Jack Nicholson but Willem Dafoe would have been awesome!.
Double entendre :D ...I hope he grins like Jack Nicholson and forces you to play a game called 'Balls On Chin' and whatever happens next is all a blur but you remember 'fist' can be a verb and when you finally regain consciousness. You're bound and gagged in a wedding dress and the prison guard looks the other way cause he's the guy ya flipped the bird the other day LOL
Jack Nicholson, WHY YOU SUCH A GOOD JOKER?! Seriously, every time I watch his portrayal it blows me away.
"Bailey's Stardust" brings Kate Moss, Jack Nicholson, and more into the
or jack Nicholson at the end of the shining
Quote of the day. If life has taught me anything, it's that 95 percent of the people are always wrong. Jack Nicholson (as Edward Cole in The…
Brilliant film on tele tonight 11.05pm BBC2 - it's an oldie but well worth watching (again, if you have seen it before which I'm sure most of you will have done) . "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" with Jack Nicholson . . . . . x
The original Batman, with Jack Nicholson as joker. ☺️
Jack Nicholson will always be one of my favorite Jokers. 🃏
Visitors to my office can't see my computer screen & it's just like Jack Nicholson's typewriter in The Shining but all cat pictures.
Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moon light? God... I love Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson, stars celebrate Elizabeth Taylor what a great party to be at...
“How is the Food?” (of, by and for a nil) This is not a story. Rather, this is, as the saying goes, a page torn from real life. The place is a restaurant situated five minutes drive from the Academic Staff College of the University of Calicut; the time is certain days between January 15, 2014 and February 11, 2014. You may wonder why this loaded and dramatic opening. The thing is we must begin big because the persons involved in this real stuff are really big! As for the hero, a clue will suffice. He has a clean-shaven face and reminds you of a famous actor. No, I am not talking of ‘the Devanand of the poor” or “the Dravidian Devanand’. This guy reminds you of not such Indian matinee idols, chocolate or otherwise, but rather one of the most versatile actors Hollywood has ever produced: Jack Nicholson. The only difference that Jack Nicholson has, apart from the colour of the skin, from this guy is that Jack Nicholson is handsome and macho and looks like Jack Nicholson. From here onwards we will ...
How I want to react everyday a certain crazy lady tries to talks to me :
Political philosophy TA just did a Jack Nicholson impression to compare him to Machiavelli. Yes.
Story Prayer: What’s on your Bucket List? In the 2008 film “The Bucket List,” Rob Reiner directed Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freemen in a story about two terminally ill men who meet while they are patients undergoing treatment for lung cancer. With little time left, the unlikely pairs, a blue–collar worker (Freeman) and very wealthy tycoon (Nicholson), go on a round the world trip in an effort to cross off as many entries as possible from the personal lists of things to do “before you kick the bucket.” On the list are desires to “witness something truly majestic,” “help a complete stranger,” “find the joy in life” and “laugh until I cry,” to name only a few. Prayer: Dear Jesus, you often told us we are not permanent residents on earth but pilgrims on a journey to eternity. Each of us is challenged to formulate a Bucket List of our own, so that as we fulfill the items on it, we are made better prepared for that final encounter and the judgment that will decide our place ...
The Jack Nicholson joker cracks me up
The longer this polar vortex hangs around, the more I feel Jack Nicholson's character in 'The Shining' was just misunderstood.
Jack Nicholson has another award to add to his treasure chest, “Richest Oscar Winner”. The 76 year-old actor is worth a reported $390 million according to a
My aunt told me I looked like Jack Nicholson when I was a baby. 👍
I will get another one it's fine. I have wore my Jack Nicholson one out 😫.
Who is the wealthiest Oscar winner? Jack Nicholson with a net worth of $390 Million!!!
Rad self portrait of Stanley Kubrick with his daughter and a foregrounded, blurry Jack Nicholson and crew. On the set of The Shining.
Jack Nicholson was in his element — surrounded by beautiful women — at a starry Beverly Hills gathering Wednesday hosted by Paramount boss Brad Grey’s wife, Cassandra, to celebrate Elizabeth…
(Life) That moment you realize that nothing you say will ever get through the thick skulls of people stuck on stupid.
Jack Nicholson as the joker, Batman is on
Good morning Fiends! its effing cold here in nyc. I kinda feel one step away from frozen Jack Nicholson in The Shining. br --Ash
Ray Liotta, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Jack Nicholson, Tommy Lee Jones. These actors are the last of a dying breed. There arent any young actors, in my opinion, that could ever be as good as these guys and its sad that some day soon, these guys will not be appearing in any movies!
People forget just how sick Jack Nicholson’s portrayal of the joker was. It’s more comic/old school but still amazing.
batman movies will never be out dated shoot I still watch the one when jack Nicholson was the joker
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Where is the Jack Nicholson speech about truth when you need it!
Jack Nicholson -surrounded by beautiful women- remembered Elizabeth Taylor at an intimate soiree
What did Jack Nicholson say to the neophyte dentist? YOU CANT HANDLE THE TOOTH!
Can someone please explain why my Instagram-feed is overrun by a bunch of photographs of a young Jack Nicholson w/ a wedge of watermelon?
Jack Nicholson, who sits in the front row of every Los Angeles Lakers sports game, once told an interviewer he attends because sports is the only drama he can’t predict the ending of. But in the early days of television there was some reluctance among teams to extend that drama to viewers at home. After all, if people could watch it for free on television, why would they buy tickets to go to the game? Eventually, one by one they relented, and the first sports league games became to make their appearance on television. On this day, February 28, in 1940, the first basketball game aired on television –between two college teams. The professional league of the National Basketball Association would not come about for another decade or so. Sports coverage became a much larger moneymaker by in the decades following, and skyrocketed with the debut of the ESPN sports network. It its early early years the network paid to cover the NCAA basketball tournament, and were the only network to air the matchup between t ...
Jack Nicholson opened the envelope, read it off as the winner and had a look on his face like "Really?"
Bruce Lee and Jack Nicholson look the best
Bang on! Jack Nicholson's mouth and sideburns were unmistakable:
That moment when you relies $5 isn't enough for gas or cigarettes and Jack Nicholson isn't the Joker.
Tony Cozier has THE coolest accent on this planet. End of. Cooler than Jack Nicholson. I just smile when I hear him. Warm seas
My dentist resembles to Jack Nicholson. Point, set, match.
"The only way to break a bad habit was to replace it with a better habit" Jack Nicholson.
As Good as it Gets. Jack Nicholson at his best!
to this unknown chickie that is NOT Robin Meade. Jack Nicklaus is a golfer! Jack Nicholson is an actor. LOL!!!
Today at the Cafe: The Jack Nicholson-directed GOIN' SOUTH, co-starring this week's interviewee Veronica Cartwright
Jack Nicholson in the shining is about the equivalent to the toll I feel this winter is taking on me. Redrum anyone?
Gm FB family it's bone chilling cold out so stay warm as for Holiday I'm watching the first Batman movie right now and I still say Jack Nicholson was the illest Joker, Also wait till they get a load of me!! Awesome line holla if your day started wrong cause mine is right and it might rub off. Holiday!!!
Introducing a couple friends to a great film. Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson & Matt Damon in The Departed.
Feeling good watching bat man this morning jack Nicholson killed it as the joker his version
A friend made a comment about actors the other day and suggested that the person must really be that way in life to be able to be that way on film so convincingly. It raised much debate and its interesting to know that VD has been used in Hollywood by studios to help actors better access their Selves. Voice Dialogue gives us understanding that yes we have all of us many different Selves within. Of deep and dark energies and vulnerable parts that couldn't possibly be us (me a killer? selfish? greedy? soft/weak/vulnerable? no way!). I guess a good actor is able to access that needed Self but is able to put it back down after filming ends and choose another. Remember accessing a part/Self is not about becoming that part, just honouring it. Otherwise Jack Nicholson would still be wandering around an asylum.
The mobile operating systems make rugged individualism all but impossible. Mobile users can't manipulate files or handle their own data unless they take extreme measures and root their phone. Maybe it evolved that way by accident because the early handsets were so relatively dumb. Maybe it was by design because Steve Jobs knew smartphone users didn't really want the traditional power given to desktop users. Maybe the smartphone creators were channeling Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men" because they knew we couldn't handle it. In any case, it's now impossible to build almost any significant app for the mobile world without a stable connection to a reliable back end in the cloud. Email and notes better be stored somewhere because someone will drop a phone in a toilet, a lake, a puddle, a pot of soup, or who knows what. Even the little games for wasting time in the back row of class need to keep a user's history. Desktop games could store max scores on the local disk, but that doesn't work with phones. All ...
It's Friday and man it cold! Gonna heat things up this morning with another call with our Hawk Soundboard! This morning its loaded with Jack Nicholson! Plus we will be joined by the Iron Pigs and of course lots of gift cards and concert tickets for you to win! Join Us!
Think i'll do a One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest / McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) piece for the 10th Anniversary Gallery 1988: LA pop culture show in April!
I just love Jack Nicholson...he is so funny when being interviewed...the hosts are always on their toes lol
I recently watched a cool feature on the top 10 comic book supervillain portrayals in film. Inspired, I decided to create my own list. 10. Michael Clarke Duncan as Kingpin (Daredevil) 9. Hugo Weaving as Red Skull (Captain America) 8. Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin (Spider-Man) 7. Danny DeVito as the Penguin (Batman Returns) 6. Dominic West as Jigsaw (The Punisher: Warzone) 5. Cillian Murphy as the Scarecrow (Batman Begins) 4. Tom Hiddleston as Loki (Thor/The Avengers) 3. Jack Nicholson as the Joker (Batman) 2. Sir Ian McKellen as Magneto (X-Men) 1. Heath Ledger as the Joker (The Dark Knight) Feel free to list your suggestions below.
some of the best movies of all time are as follows: real genius, the doors, back to the future of course, what dreams may come, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory the first one. With Gene Wilder, The Goonies. Strangeland with Dee Snider. and believe it or not, Batman The Dark Knight. Heath Ledger out played Jack Nicholson. and yes young guns 2 is one of my favorite movies ever. screw yourself if you don't like it.
So friends...just saw a post where a photog friend mentioned that they can't go to a movie without thinking that would be a great place to shoot. Then others chimed in that they are constantly evaluating and trying to figure out the lighting. All of which I do plus even at times have been known to make notes on styling. SO, my questions to you what's your favorite movie keeping in mind the above reasons alone? I have many but one of my favorites.Somethings Gotta Give with Jack Nicholson. Ever notice how everything at the beach is in white tones and everything in the city is blacks?
Pretty positive Jack Nicholson would make a beautifully creepy clown :D
Hey yo its me Jeremiah Jerry Bernard what's on my mind lets see movie anger management starring Jack Nicholson Adam Sandler is a awesome great Funny hilarious movie
Is it just me or does daddy pope remind anyone else of Jack Nicholson in Batman with the "run Olivia run" speech ?
I gather Carl Bernstein is pretty full of himself. *But* he *has* been played by Dustin Hoffman and Jack Nicholson. Also: "Watergate"
"I'd like to kill you but I can't, so you can do whatever you want to." Jack Nicholson in Reds is adorable.
While editing my grandmother's book this eve, 2 of my favorite movie lines came to mind based on the way my grandmother writes: Working Girl: Melanie Griffith character to Harrison Ford character, " I've got a head for business and a bod for sin. Is there anything wrong with that?" Prizzi's Honor: Angelica Huston character to Jack Nicholson character, " Marry her Charlie. Just because she is a thief and a hitter, doesn't mean she is a bad woman in all the other departments!"
"There's only two people in your life you should lie to... the police and your girlfriend." - Jack Nicholson quotes from BrainyQuote.com
Every time I watch Jack Nicholson in a film, I'm still thinking about it hours later. Everyone go watch 'The Passenger'.
"Who would you rather bang, Meg Ryan or Jack Nicholson."
For everyone that's told me "You're gonna make it Brett" I thank every single one of you that said that. Looks like youtube is my calling!!! I've been looking at everyone elses cover videos that went viral. There good but there's nothing special effects wise that make any of them standout. I feel like the Jack Nicholson joker when I say "Wait till they get a load of me"
I'm not a product of my environment, my environment is a product of me - Jack Nicholson as Frank Costello in The Departed
in the words of Jack Nicholson...This town needs an enema LOL
This *** look like Jack Nicholson when he played the joker! Lmao
If I don't get some sleep tonight, I am going straight to Laureate after I drop of the kids in the morning. Having been a nurse for 18 years and being a Jack Nicholson fan, I can pull of convincible crazy for at least 5 days.
I thought I saw Jack Nicholson at LaMarin. It was like the Movie!! Beach here I come.
i love some Jack Nicholson.he would be my celebrity man crush SugarDaddy Edition.lmao my mama's was/is Sean Connery
"I want the truth!!"."you can't handle the truth!". Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise were both brilliant in their roles.
Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men " , (IMO) gives his best performance . His speech on stand is incrediable!
Now watching end of A Few Good Men. Jack Nicholson is SUCH a jerk. "You can't handle the truth!" Now part of American vernacular. How media shapes our culture.
Wow, i need a shave and a haircut, after 8 hours with a ski cap under a hardhat in the wind i look just like Jack Nicholson!
If anyone has seen the movie The Bucket List, Jack Nicholson gives out three pieces of advice to remember when you're old. Number three on that list almost bit me in the *** literally today.
Q&A time. Who is the better joker, Jack Nicholson or Heath Ledger?
Is it me or Leo Di Caprio starting to look like a young Jack Nicholson?
I love Jack Nicholson. He is rally a piece!
I just want to take a second to remember a very funny actor and comedian that we lost. I feel like he did not get the recognition he so truly deserves. With that being said here is my goodbye to one of the all time greats. Harold Ramis passed away on feb 24 2014. You all may not know him by his real name, most just referred to him as Egon. Harold acted, directed, written or, stared in some all time classics. Films that made you laugh and cry. Moives that you could not wait to see again or still to this day own. Great Moives that people can still repeat lines too in everyday conversation. Moives like Knocked Up, As Good as It Gets, Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, Stripes, Animal house, Year One, The Office, The Ice Harvest, Analyze This, Analyze That, National Lampoon's Vacation, Groundhog Day, and the great caddyshack. Harold acted along side or directed for some of the greats like Bill Murray, John Candy, Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Seth Rogen, Jack Black, John C. Reilly, Ro ...
Watching Bucket List with my BFF. She's Morgan Freeman and I'm jack Nicholson. This would be us if we had months to live.
Im just gonna admit it, going on four full months of below average, sub zero temps have taken its toll on pretty much everyone I know. Im starting to almost empathize with Jack Nicholson in the Shining.
Ok so sat with my eldest boy about to watch batman with Micheal keaton and jack nicholson ;) .
wanna go as the joker but i have 3 Jokers to choose from though i have the series joker form the 1960's batman series i have Jack Nicholson joker from the first film and i have the Ledger Joker :/
Who was the better Satan: Jack Nicholson in Witches of Eastwick or Al Pacino in Devils Advocate? Al's speech about God was always one of my favorite monologues ever
Anybody else think ted nugent looks like jack nicholson if he'd done crack once a day every day of his life?
No way did Jack Nicholson ever say this!!!
Derek: "What's your favorite book?" Me: "To Kill a Mockingbird." Him: "Jack Nicholson was in the movie, right?" Me: "... I can't even look at you. It was Greg Peck." Him: "What's the one where Jack Nicholson is crazy?" Me: "... One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest." Both: "Wrong bird."
Just learned that Jack Nicholson had friend/s that brought children to house house to have sex with them.
Jack Nicholson is my favourite man ever! L E G E N D.
Have you and your spouse, mate, or just you talked about things you want to accomplish in life and places you want to visit together or with a group? If not, you will and you should. The movie "Bucket List" premiered in Hollywood in 2007 and in theaters across the United States in 2008. Jack Nicholson and Norgan Freeman stared in the American comedy-drama. The stars focused on a wish list of things to do before they "kicked the bucket." Now, here is a challenge for individuals and couples anywhere in this world. Get with your partner and brainstorm about your own Bucket List. If you are single make it part of life with just you and your thoughts. Oh yes, you will need a pen, a notepad, a calendar and a computer to access a calendar for one, two or five years in the future. Close your eyes, relax and imagine what brings you joy, exciting places you want to visit, subjects you want to learn, or business you want to start. List anything that comes to mind throughout life, but you haven't had time or money t ...
In 1996, famous Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen bought 2,615 tickets to a baseball game, so that he could practice catching the ball when it was hit for a home run. Walt Disney, the man who created Mickey Mouse, had an intense fear of mice. Oprah Winfrey, a famous talk show host, entrepreneur, and actress, earns approximately $10 per second. Much before Pierce Brosnan rose to fame, he worked in a circus as a fire- eater. Until 1974, Jack Nicholson thought his mother was his sister, and his grandmother was his mother. A journalist, who researched Nicholson's past, informed him about the truth. Taylor Lautner, of 'Twilight' fame, is a black belt in Karate, a feat that he achieved at the age of eight years. James Cameron, the famous director of epic movies like 'Titanic' and 'The Terminator', was a truck driver before he made his way through the film industry. Hugh Hefner, founder of 'The Playboy' magazine, did not lose his virginity till he was 22 years old. Rowan Atkinson, who plays Mr. Bean, holds a master' ...
"What are you guys gawking at!??cGet the President out of here!!", says Ray-Jay , 12, to the Secret Service as POTUS is fleeing Martian attack on White House. How did I miss this laugh-out-loud stupid movie. Everybody's in it. Jim Brown, Jack Black, Jack Nicholson, Glen Close, Englebert Humperdink, Pierce Brosnan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Pam Grier, Michael J. Fox --- and Ray-Jay Norwood. FAH!
now.sorry this is a little late...but mark it on your calendar or change your plans because we have this going on and it looks like a great line up.besides...Beer, it's the best *** drink in the world. Jack Nicholson Boulevard Tap Takeover Thursday February 27th The draft list: Tank 7 80-Acre Single-Wide Pop-Up Imperial Stout Rye-on-Rye KC Pils Pale Ale Unfiltered Wheat Collaboration Stingo Double Wide IPA Nommo Dubbel Reverb Imperial Pils
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Well I have been looking at wild turkeys and 50 feet of snow all day. The road I am on is basically an ice rink. I'm headed tonight to Lynch's Irish Tavern before i go Jack Nicholson via the Shining.
Next up is the Scorsese region. Jack Nicholson vs. Spencer Tracy.
In never-before-seen photographs by Hollywood legend Nat Dallinger, Faye Dunaway chats with a 33-year-old Jack Nicholson, a 23-year-old Shirley MacLaine shows off a risque outfit, and Jack Warner plants a kiss on Julie Andrews for winning the Golden Globe for
Woody Allen and Robert De Niro co-directing Meryl Streep, Leo Dicaprio and Jack Nicholson? please, don't play with my heart
Folks improving quality of life-Each year approximately 4300 children under the age of 20 will be diagnosed with a brain tumor. What if we could help send those children to a seriously fun camp and help provide financial resources for families at UCSF Children's hospital. Well we can! The Painted Turtle! Lou Adler and Kevin Duncan bring together: Annette Bening, Danny DiVito,Josh Groban, Randy Newman, Jack Nicholson, Bonnie Raitt and Renee Zellweger.
Check this out! A theatrical poster of 1968 non-animated motion picture "Psych-Out" with Susan Strasberg, Dean Stockwell, Jack Nicholson, and Bruce Dern! Produced by *** Clark and Directed by Richard Rush. It came out of American International Pictures (a division of MGM and United Artists). I hope you like the theatrical poster of "Psych-Out"
Ok, so I am not a huge fan of romantic comedies, but "Something's Gotta Give" is on and it is really so cute and one of my fav's. Love Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson!
This Best Picture winner almost starred Jack Nicholson and Dennis Quaid. All’s well that ends well. Name the two actors who did star in the 1988 classic Rain Man.
hmm...that's like Channing Tatum talking trash like he's Jack Nicholson.
1991, Bob Dylan received a lifetime achievement award at the 33rd annual Grammy Awards, presented by Jack Nicholson.
Oh Man Anthony just lent me his glasses cos I couldn't be bothered getting mine. We have turned into one of those couples - Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson style...
At 61, i could imagine you could have been like Liam Neeson, you had your enigmatic looks... Or maybe like Jack Nicholson, you had your crazy moments... Or maybe like Bjorn Borg, you had the heart of a champion. But for sure, at 61, you are LOVED
February 18, 1976 ... * Hey, you know that new NBC logo? The kind of modern-looking "N" that the network paid something like $50,000 for? Well, now the Nebraska Educational TV network says it's theirs. The Nebraska people say they want to enjoin NBC from using the new logo... * The Commonwealth of Virginia, meanwhile, says it may buy Natural Bridge ... the natural stone edifice in Rockbridge County that is often called one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World ... and on which a young surveyor named George Washington once carved his initials... * In college basketball ... VMI unofficially secures its first Southern Conference regular season title with a 74 - 67 win over Richmond at the Robins Center... * From the Town of Tinsel ... we're watching "Barry Lyndon" with Ryan O'Neal and Marisa Berenson at the Capitol Theater ... Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher in Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" at Westhampton ... and "Lucky Lady" with Liza Minnelli, Gene Hackman and Burt Reynolds at Clover ...
As Good As It Gets; such a feel good, heartwarming film. Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson were so brilliant!The puppy, Verdell,was so adorable!
Coming up in 'As Good as it Gets' at:06:30 IST. IMDB Rating:7.8/10.Cast:Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Greg Kinnear, *** Ul
This Thursday!! Vidiots is proud to present the 1975 Best Picture winner One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest directed by Milos Forman and starring Jack Nicholson. If you've seen this film a dozen times or if this would be your first, it's always a special movie-watching experience...Please join us!! The event is free & starts at 8pm. We would love to see you there:)
Heath Ledger ... Man were u real ?! Jack Nicholson himself said that Heath went even far beyond what he ever imagined about the joker ... Sir Michael Caine when first encountered Heath in full make up in his first scene with him ... He got very frightened that he literally forgot his lines !! Such a talent and a waste ! May you rest in peace coz you will always be remembered for such an outstanding artistic vision !
Watching rerun of Something's Gotta Give and marvelling at the stunning dialogue: Erica (Diane Keaton) says to Harry (Jack Nicholson) when she realised she fell in love with an *** "You know the life I had before you I knew how to do that. I could do it forever. But look at me. What am I going to do with all this now?" ...so sweet
Exhausted but can't pull myself away from Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Something's Gotta Give!
Christian Slater: proof you can morph a B minus Jack Nicholson impression into a mildly successful acting career
Walter Brennan (July 25, 1894 – September 21, 1974) was an American actor. Brennan is one of three men to win three acting Oscars (the other two being Jack Nicholson and Daniel Day-Lewis), having won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1936, 1938 and 1940. Career Finding himself b...
Currently reading Sometimes a Great Notion by Ken Kesey. Just found out he gave the Keynote Address at the Evergreen State College's 2001 Commencement. Kesey was also initially involved in production of the film One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, but decided to leave after Jack Nicholson was cast over Gene Hackman, among other reasons. Also interesting when the correlation between a writer and his characters becomes clearer. If you haven't read this book, I highly recommend it.
William Friedkin's Sorcerer (77) is coming to Blu Ray in March, which is reason for a minor celebration -- though the film failed mightily when released back in the seventies, it has been a cult classic since and holds a special place for many critics -- it was the beginning of the end for the director, the Academy Award winner for The French Connection (71) and Best Director nominee for The Exorcist (73) -- so great was his ego that he told the director (Clouzot) of the classic French masterpiece, The Wages of Fear (53) his next film would be a remake of that master's film -- though actors who read the screenplay for the work deemed it among the best they had ever read, Steve McQueen, Jack Nicholson and Gene Hackman were among the major stars to turn down the film -- eventually Roy Scheider was cast in the lead along with three other foreign actors to give the film the flavour the director wanted and off they went to South America to film the story of four criminals on the run who agree to transport truc ...
With the Bafters and the Oscars coming up, I thought my share my 15 greatest films of alltime, will be interested to see anyone's opinion on my selection. 1 The Godfather 1 & 2 1972 & 1974. both films were on a par, Godfather 2 slightly shades it as Robert De Niro's terrific performance 3 The Aviator - (2004)Arguably the greatest modern actor of our times, Leonardo De Caprio gives a unforgettable performance as tormented tycoon, Howard Hughes. 4- Great Expectations (1946) - John Mills stars in this 1940's adaption of the Dickens classic. 5 Cabaret -(1972) The greatest musical of alltime and much better than the overatted West Side Story, Liza Minnelli rightly picked up an Oscar. 6 The Pianist -(2002) Adrien Brody starred in a true life wartime story,directed by Roman Polanski, a true masterpiece 7 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Jack Nicholson's best film,set in a mental home 8 Way Out West (1937) Laurel & Hardy masterpiece which showed why they remain unsurpassed as the greatest comedy double a .. ...
Because I had too much time on my hands yesterday and have been "housebound" thinking of Jack Nicholson and the Donner party... I decided it would be fun to get tickets to go to Medieval Times.Red KnIght is Going Down! I will be a Princess served by a Wench tonight.and I won't be in sweats or pajamas! Woot woot. I need a life, when this type of entertainment excites me!
Interview with Kevin Nealon on crop dusting Jack Nicholson "not only did I meet him but I was inside him"
The day after Valentines day I propose this question. Isn't everyone looking for someone who can bring out the best in them? I do think that is the optimal fit in a relationship. It is someone who completes the other in such a way where you're better for it. With them in your life and you take it upon yourself to better yourself for that special someone, but not out of demand, but from out of self will, like what Jack Nicholson said to Helen Hunt in As Good As It Gets, "You make me want to be a better man."
TODAY’S NOTABLE NATIVE TEXAN JERRY HALL For FEBRUARY 15th 2014 Jerry F Hall (born July 2, 1956) is an American model and actress, also known for her long-term relationship with *** Jagger of the Rolling Stones. Hall was raised in Mesquite, Texas, where she graduated from North Mesquite High School. Hall started dating *** Jagger in 1977 and married him on November 21st 1990 in an unofficial Balinese ceremony. This common-law marriage to Jagger ended in 1999. They have four children together. In 1989, Hall appeared in director Tim Burton's Batman, in a supporting role as Alicia Hunt, a gangster's moll who is disfigured by The Joker (played by Jack Nicholson). In 1990, she joined many other guests for Roger Waters' massive performance of The Wall in Berlin. She also starred in commercials for Bovril. In 1993 she played the role of Miss Scarlett in the British television show Cluedo. In the early 2000s, she appeared as Mrs. Robinson in a Broadway production of The Graduate which included a nude scene ...
OMG there are actually 5 BLACKS on the list! Number 17 Densel, # 31 Jamie Foxx, # 55 Sidney Poitier , # 77 Morgan Freeman, # 95 Angela Basset. But no Cicely Tyson, James Earl Jones, *** Halle even won an award and didn't make the list.hum Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time Peter O'Toole as T.E. Lawrence in Lawrence of Arabia (1962) Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy in On the Waterfront (1954) Meryl Streep as Sophie Zawistowska in Sophie's Choice (1982) Al Pacino as Sonny Wortzik in Dog Day Afternoon (1975) Bette Davis as Margo Channing in All About Eve (1950) James Cagney as George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) Dustin Hoffman as "Ratso" Rizzo in Midnight Cowboy (1969) James Stewart as George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Gene Wilder as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein (1974) Robert De Niro as Jake La Motta in Raging Bull (1980) Daniel Day-Lewis as Christy Brown in My Left Foot (1989) Jack Nicholson as "Badass" Buddusky in The Last Detail (1973) Ka ...
February 14, 1974…At the Los Angeles Forum, a tour by Bob Dylan and the Band came to an end after 39 shows in 21 cities. In attendance for the last show were musical colleagues such as Carole King and Neil Young as well as Hollywood royalty that included Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty. Ringo Starr declared it "bloody fantastic, the best concert I've ever been to." The performance was recorded for the album "Before The Flood."
The Nicks have Spike Lee. The Lakers have Jack Nicholson. The Vague Shadows Left Behind By The Sonics have Timescanner and friends.
“…I might be the only one who appreciates how amazing you are in every single thing that you do, and … I watch them, wondering how they can watch you bring their food, and clear their tables and never get that they just met the greatest woman alive. And the fact that I get it makes me feel good, about me.” —Melvin (Jack Nicholson) to Carol (Helen Hunt) in 'As Good As It Gets'. (1997)
I believe one of the requirements for a five star movie is a likable villain. Examples would be Treasure of the Sierra Madre with Bogart and the original Frankenstein and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and Psycho. That is one of the things missing from The Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp. Depp is good, but the villain would have been better if it was a normal looking guy with no scars, like j=Jack Nicholson or someone like Lee Marvin or Jack Palance. Al Pacino, perhaps. I just read a comment at IMDB about The Naked Jungle, which was a great 1954 movie with Charleton Heston as a land owner whose plantation is being destroyed by army ants. The comment was titled "The Ants Were Cool."
Totally saw Jack Nicholson, Will Ferrell, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Kiedis all at the game tonight.
Jack Nicholson presenting Warren Beatty with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award at the 72nd Academy Awards® in 2000. Hosted by Billy Crystal.
The role of McMurphy (played by Jack Nicholson) was originally offered to James Caan. Kirk Douglas owned the film rights and played the role on Broadway in 1963 but was to old to play the role by the time the film was made by Michael Douglas and Saul Zaentz .
What Reith needs is Jack Nicholson in his face going, "you want the truth?."
We know, we've been here before. Back in 2012 Warren Beatty's untitled Howard Hughes film, which has been developing for years, was said to still be "in the works," with legendary actor also set to direct, with a cast that was said to include Felicity Jones, Annette Bening, Jack Nicholson and...
Thought i would do this list after rewatching a certain 80s action movie last night. This list does not include anti-heroes, just antagonists who also might be the main character. Going from 1-50 here so bear with me or scroll just to my top 10 you lazy people. Probably Bill "the Butcher" Cutting (Daniel Day Lewis) in Gangs of New YorkMichael Corleone (Al Pacino) in The Godfather Part DeuxMax Cady (Robert De Niro) in Cape FearClarence Boddicker (Kurtwood Smith) in RobocopDr. Octopus (Alfred Molina) in Spider-Man 2Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) in Die HardFreddy Krueger (Robert Englund) in A Nightmare on Elm Street franchiseAgent Smith (Hugo Weaving) in The Matrix TrilogyRev. Powell (Robert Mitchum) in Night of the HunterCol. Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz) in Inglorious BasterdsThe Joker (Jack Nicholson) in BatmanNurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher) in One Flew over the Cuckoo's NestAnnie Wilkes (Kathy Bates) in MiseryGordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) in Wall StreetHal 9000 (Douglas Rain) in 2001Begbie (Robert Carlyle ...
Hey everyone today I'm making the most difficult list. Superhero films. I had a raging debate in my mind over this one. Two honorable mentions today. First is Superman (1978) starring the one and only Christopher Reeve. This movie kick started my love of the genre, and I feel, was the first true superhero film paving the way for all we see today. Second would be Batman (1989). Awesome take on the story, Tim Burton gave it an interesting feel, and who could forget Jack Nicholson's performance. 5. Man of Steel When I first saw this movie I thought, ok this is a pretty good Superman film, but the more I've thought about it, the more I come like it. Henry Cavill is as close as one could get to the way the comic book character looks and acts. The special effects were fantastic, and even the duel with General Zod at the end of the movie was overblown, I still found the whole experience to be fantastic. 4. Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. take on Tony Stark was perfect. The transformation of the character into Iron Ma ...
I will not waiver from, compromise or negotiate my moral values, decisions or beliefs. Allah gave them to me. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X Shabazz, W.E.B Dubois, Paul Robeson and Muhammad Ali, Harriet Tubman, John Lennon, John F. Kennedy and Ray Charles, Bill Cosby, Jack Nicholson, George Mason and Charles Morgan, Marnie Till Bradley Mobley, Billie Holiday, Booker T Washington and Dizzy Gillespie, Josephine Baker, Medgar Evans, James Earl Jones and Marcus Garvey, Rosa Parks, Edger Allen Poe, Harriet Beecher Stowe and my Momma & Poppa, my Aunts, Uncle Sammy, Sisters & Brothers and Huey & Riley, Catcha Freeman and the Black Runner have helped me build a temple upon Allah's foundation. Never go easy! GO HARD! SWEAT! So when they grab you, they lose their grip! Keep running and never stop!
Tommy Lee Jones would have made a better Joker than Jack Nicholson did in the first Batman. That's just me though. And George Clooney was a better Batman than Val Kilmer
Watching Batman 1989 with Jack Nicholson Just as good as the Dark Knight with Heath Ledger Both played excellent Jokers Only differences Jack Nicholson wasn't acting.
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Who's the better Joker, Jack Nicholson or Heath Ledger? My vote is Nicholson by a landslide.
The 1989 Batman movie is on. I don't think anybody could've pulled off the "Clown Prince of Crime" Joker better than Jack Nicholson!!
I can't decide if Jack Nicholson played the Joker better or Heath Ledger.
There are only two actors that have been a believable joker...Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger. Both amazing
Here's a mind blowing fact: In the Italian version of Batman (1989), Jack Nicholson (The Joker) was dubbed by actor Giancarlo Giannini. Nineteen years later, his son, Adriano Giannini was chosen to dub for Heath Ledger (The Joker) in The Dark Knight.
If you could have a gathering or dinner with whoever you wanted, who would you choose? I would pick Bill Cosby, Morgan Freeman, Clint Eastwood, Reba, and Jack Nicholson. I think I would laugh so much. What about you???
I did my Jack Nicholson impression to Greg Kinnear of the "Don't come knocking." scene from As Good As It Gets at wrap party.
February 8: Academy Award-winning actor & golf enthusiast Jack Nicholson smashed in the windshield of a car he claimed cut him off in traffic.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) is one of the greatest American films of all time - a $4.4 million dollar effort directed by Czech Milos Forman. Its allegorical theme is set in the world of an authentic mental hospital (Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon), a place of rebellion exhibited by a energetic, flamboyant, wise-guy anti-hero against the Establishment, institutional authority and status-quo attitudes (personified by the patients' supervisory nurse). [Forman himself noted that the asylum was a metaphor for the Soviet Union (embodied as Nurse Ratched) and the desire to escape.] Expressing his basic human rights and impulses, the protagonist protests against heavy-handed rules about watching the World Series, and illegally stages both a fishing trip and a drinking party in the ward - leading to his own paralyzing lobotomy. Jack Nicholson 's acting persona as the heroic rebel McMurphy, who lives free or dies (through an act of mercy killing), had earlier been set with his performances in Ea ...
A list of 11 films I sent a friend === The Wizard of Oz, "There's no place like home." Julie Garland It's A Wonderful Life, "Whenever a bell rings an angel gets its wings." Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed Back to the Future, "Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads" Christopher Lloyd, MJ Fox As good as It Gets, "If you stare at someone long enough, you discover their humanity," Greg Kinnear, Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt. Pay It Forward, "I think some people are too scared, or something. I guess it's hard for people who are so used to things the way they are - even if they're bad - to change. 'Cause they kind of give up. And when they do, everybody kind of loses. " Haley Joel Osment, Kevin Spacey Groundhog Day, Rita: This day was perfect. You couldn't have planned a day like this. Andie MacDowell Phil: Well, you can. It just takes an awful lot of work. Bill Murray PerahiaGhost Busters. "Ray, when someone asks you if you're a god, you say "YES"!" Ernie Hudson. The Sound of Music. "Silver white winters that mel ...
By: Joey Magidson An adaptation of the *** Lehr and Gerald O’Neill book Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob has been in the works for some time now, always intending to have Johnny Depp play the centerpiece role of mob boss Whitey Bulger (the character that Jack Nicholson played in The Departed was loosely based on Bulger, just so you know). Barry Levinson was initially going to be in the director’s chair, with Depp having Joel Edgerton as his main co-star. That never came to pass though, with some reports indicating that Depp wanted more money than was being offered. He officially dropped out at one point, but now that the film has a new director in Scott Cooper, it seems that Depp is back in for this. At this moment at least, Black Mass is a go. This time around, Depp will have the aforementioned Cooper directing and Edgerton’s Warrior co-star Tom Hardy in the other role. While Depp will undoubtedly have some fun playing the mob boss (o ...
When Kevin Bacon, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore & Tom Cruise give their best in one film all you get is A Few Good Men. A simple classic folks.
So I went to bed too early last night. Couldn't fall asleep. Usually I play little alphabet games to fall asleep, but last night I started thinking of my "Favorite Movies Only A Few People Know About" and here are my top five: 1- A Bronx Tale- Chazz Palminteri's autobiographical masterwork about a boy growing up in The Bronx in the 60s, who gets the same life lessons from two diametrically opposing viewpoints. Brilliant. 2- Shirley Valentine- A British housewife suffers a mid-life crisis and takes a vacation to Greece, where she discovers a lot of things about life, relationships, and herself. Tom Conti is fantastic in this. 3- About Schmidt- A departure role for Jack Nicholson, who plays a man who loses his wife, and discovers he has also lost himself, and his way. Really, one of Jack's better portrayals. 4- Nevada Smith- A Western, where a young Steve McQueen seeks vengeance on the men who slaughtered his family. Also stars Karl Malden, Martin Landau, Suzanne Pleshette, Brian Keith. 5- The Groove ...
Activities for Friday, February 7, 2014: 10:00- Hand Paint Silk Scarves with Rhea (We still have 2 spots available! Sign up at the front desk) 10:30- Food Committee Meets- Come give Chef Alex your input about our dining program! Meal suggestions are welcome and if you have any favorite recipes, bring them along, we'd love to try them! 12:30- Rummy Players Meet 1:30- Prize Bingo 2:30- Board Games in the Bistro 3:00- Wine & Cheese Social with Sharon 5:30- Evening Movie, "Something's Gotta Give", starring Diane Keaton, Jack Nicholson and Keanu Reeves! Come watch this romantic comedy on our big screen! Family and friends are ALWAYS welcome to participate in activities with our residents. Maybe you'd like to come watch "Something's Gotta Give" with your parent, grandparent or friend? Maybe you're a rummy or board game player? Or maybe you don't know how to play? Our residents can teach you! We'd love to have you!
OK, Here's the real GOOD list. These phenomenal stars have two things in common. They've all WON acting Oscars. And they have all been in THREE, count 'em, THREE--OSCAR winning Best Pictures. Dustin Hoffman, Clark Gable, Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman. And Hoffman, Streep, and Gable all got acting Oscar nominations in all three!
I didn't know that Whitey Bulger was the inspiration for the character, Frank (Jack Nicholson) in the movie, "The Departed".
Jack Nicholson in the Rocky Mountains holding a Tribe hat? yeah sure
Ever wondered if Adam Sandler or Jack Nicholson listen to metal music or Ice Nine Kills? Here's your answer! The new Ice Nine Kills album "The Predator Becom...
Now that the "game" is over i'm going to watch The Defiant Ones w/Sidney Poitier & Tony Curtis followed by 12 Angry Men with Henry Fonda and Lee J. Cobb and finally The Lost Weekend with Ray Milland. Watched The Caine Mutiny w/Humphrey Bogart before the "game". Bogart on the stand is pure magic(like Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men).
Countdown to the Oscars In 1973 the Best Picture Oscar went to 'The Sting'. Commenting on his possible role in 'The Sting', Jack Nicholson said, "I like it. I like the period setting, the whole project, and I know it will be commercial. But I need to put my energies into a movie that really needs them. I need to take a risk." BEST DIRECTOR: George Roy Hill, BEST SCREENPLAY, BEST ART DIRECTION, BEST COSTUME DESIGN, BEST EDITING, and BEST ORIGINAL SCORE. Nominations: Best Actor/Robert Redford, Best Cinematography, and Best Sound.
Now hear this...there shall be NO greater Superman/Lex Luthor combo than Christopher Reeves/Gene Hackman & Batman/Joker than Michael Keaton/Jack Nicholson!! So let it be written.so let it be done!
Reasons why the 1st Batman is a classic... Michael Keaton (2nd best man to put on the suit), young Kim Basinger, Tim Burton, Prince on the soundtrack & the legendary Jack Nicholson (whose only competition of the same role is a dead guy).. Nuff said.
So that was The Wolf of Wall Street. Basically, Goodfellas in pinstripes, with Di Caprio giving it the full-on junior Jack Nicholson.
If you think God is blessing you for things you do good, right, and wonderful, then apparently you know nothing about Him. Notice the middle to later part of verse 45, "for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous." Sun and rain are needed and are good Also see Luke 18:9-14 of the Pharisee and the tax collector. The Pharisee was blessed with the abilitybto tithe and appears to have abundance. Also see luke 12:16-21 of the Rich fool. He was overflowed with blessings. So many places we can go throughout the scrips to show that God blessed those with material things regardless of what they did for Him. Did you know Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett are Agnostics? Atheists are Billy Joel, Keanu Reeves, Jodie Foster, Bill Maher, Rodney Dangerfield, Bruce Lee, Mark Zuckerberg, Gene Wilder, Thomas Edison, Ray Romano, Mark Twain, William Shatner (Star Trek), Edgar Allen Poe, Larry King, Fidel Castro, Jack Nicholson, Phil Donahue, Morgan Freeman (agnostic ...
Director of the day: Stanley Kubrick July 26 1928 - March 7th 1999. My 3 favorite of his films are: Spartacus (1960) starring Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Charles Laughton and Peter Ustinov. The film was nominated for 6 Academy Awards and won 4. Dr. Strangelove or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb. (1964) starring Peter Sellers, George C. Scott and Sterling Hayden. The was nominated for 4 Academy Awards. The Shining (1980) starring Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall and Danny Lloyd. It's difficult to choose just 3 films from this brilliant director and who like Alfred Hitchcock never won an oscar. What are the M4's favorite films of his?
A Few Good Men. Arguably one of the classic films ever made. That line by Jack Nicholson is a few of the greatest lines in cinema history. Reminds me of Pacino meeting De Niro in Heat: 'You sir are a bad man...'
In 2010, when his Republican primary opponent Michael Allegretti accused him of wearing Army combat ribbons he did not earn, Mr. Grimm showed a flash of temper. “You sleep under a blanket of freedom that I helped provide. You should just say, ‘Thank you,'” he said. “What I’ve done in my life, you see in the movies.” Mr. Grimm’s response, however, raised some eyebrows because it is very similar to the lines spoken by Jack Nicholson in the movie “A Few Good Men.”
Today's film quote quiz: "I made a promise, Eric. You're old enough to remember when that meant something..." It is from a film starring Jack Nicholson, Benicio del Toro and Robin Wright... Answer and more quotes at
Perfect movie role for Johnny Knoxville: Trevor Phillips or Jack Nicholson's Joker?
Danny Huston looks like Jack Nicholson, which is creepy considering Angelica dated him for years.
in the words of Jack Nicholson "You can't handle the truth" following up with the words of Si Robertson "and that's a fact jack"
Tom Hanks, Jack Nicholson and Anthony Hopkins must all make the top 10.
Countdown to the Oscars An offer we didn't refuse. . . In 1972 the Best Picture was 'The Godfather'. BEST ACTOR went to Marlon Brando. And, BEST WRITING/based on material from another medium. The Godfather was nominated for: Best Director/Francis Ford Coppola, Best Supporting Actor/James Caan and Al Pacino, Best Costume Design, Best Sound, and Best Film Editing. FunFilmFacts: Brando balked at the prospect of Burt Reynolds playing Sonny Corleone, he got his way, and James Caan got the part. The hunt for Corleone's sons was similar to the hunt for the perfect Scarlett O'Hara. It helped if you were a friend of Coppola's. Studio heads wanted Warren Beatty, Jack Nicholson, or Dustin Hoffman as Michael.They scoffed at Coppola's suggestion of Al Pacino, who hadn't made much of a stir with his performance in 1971's 'Panic in Needle Park'. An Academy first: In 1972 'Cabaret' won the most Oscars- eight- without winning Best Picture.
I never dreamed days off could be this miserable. Please God somebody send me a DVD copy of Freddy Got Fingered before I turn into Jack Nicholson!
Bruce Dern and Jack Nicholson side by side at the Lake show...my two dads ala Alexander Payne
Jack Nicholson is hands down the best actor ever.
If I made a movie about my life these would be the actors. Jack Nicholson would play my dad stallone would play my brother Dave segal would play my brother dave and jody foster would play me. My step mom would be played by Sigourney Weaver and my mom would be played by sally fields. My step dad by Dustin Hoffman
Jack Nicholson ... anni '70 Jack with Candice Bergen and Art Garfunkel in Carnal knowledge. Carnal Knowledge (Conoscenza carnale) is a 1971 film directed by Mike Nichols and written by Jules Feiffer. It stars Jack Nicholson, Art Garfunkel, Ann-Margret and Candice Bergen.
Jack Nicholson ... anni '70 The Last Detail ( L'ultima corvée) is a 1973 American film directed by Hal Ashby and starring Jack Nicholson, with a screenplay adapted by Robert Towne from a novel of the same name by Darryl Ponicsan. #
Sicker than a dog! But watching Last Vegas. Nothing better than watching 4 fine actors with class! It's like watching the coolest cats! Robert Dinero, Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline and Morgan Freeman! The only others missing are Jack Nicholson, Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones! I love watching these men. Nothing but class! Along with Robert Redford and Paul Newman! Film and theater is a great art! Hopefully to stay true and be real. As Redford once said " to tell the story!"
AS GOOD AS IT GETS So I was watching "As good as it gets" late last night on TV. Helen Hunt and Jack Nicholson star in this quirky romantic comedy in '97. You realize certain movies mirror your own life. Helen Hunt finds someone in her life. She gives the Jack Nicholson character a shot, but the character in the movie says all the wrong things all the time. He likes her, but cannot express how he really feels, has trouble saying what he means. At some point the female lead gets frustrated begins to doubt why she is even in this sorry mess. She likes the guy just that he has some unwanted qualities he needs to address. She gives him a shot a few times. In one scene of frustration she breaks down trying to deal with this. She just wants him to express how he really feels about her. This would change things. There was a point where he had to decide to grow up and make that choice. She was forcing him by the choices to grow up. Life is ultimately a choice and you have to choose what road you are going to take ...
Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone in an adaptation of Mr. Paradise, please Hollywood. Jack Nicholson as Mr. Paradiso. A small, but funny part.
Well, I wanted to make it to some more Sundance films this weekend, but the best laid plans, yada yada. I guess I'll renew my yearly promise to myself to do Sundance "next year." But hey, at least I got to see The Goddamned Raid 2 before the MPAA got their mitts on it, so that's something. Easy Rider (1969) (dir: Dennis Hopper, Starring: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson) Dennis Hopper's classic biker movie is clearly something only he could make. A unique editing style imbues the film with an alternatingly manic and sedated rhythm, feeling at times like a stream-of-consciousness video from the mind of a doped-up-yet-passionate hippie. So yeah, like Dennis Hopper. The movie has a wealth of memorable moments, from the prayer circle at the hippie commune, to the schizophrenic diner scene, to the intense drug trip in the graveyard, to . . . well, any scene involving Jack Nicholson, really. Easy Rider explores the hippie ideals of peace and freedom, and how those ideals clashed with brutally stubborn ...
Jack Nicholson, Adam Sandler walk out early on Lakers - Jack Nicholson (left) and Adam Sandler sit...
New game: you saw Daft Punk last night. Anyone could have been under those helmets. Our morning radio guys thought it should be Jack Nicholson and Robert DeNiro. Who do you think? I say Tommy Lee and Pam Anderson. Or perhaps Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
"Jerry Saltz: Art at Arm’s Length: A History of the Selfie." Please note that when I quote critic Alicia Eler from an email to me on selfies that she has an on-going column on selfies on the blog Hyperallergic.com.) (Feel free to post Selfies that you think fit in one or another of these categories. Stanley Kubrick; Jack Nicholson: )
Stop spending your money with those on the following list, let them know gun owners fight with our pocket books also, spread the word share!!! Control Share Follow article image By Michael Allen, Mon, January 07, 2013 The National Rifle Association (NRA) recently released a list of gun control advocates. According to the list, these people and companies have given money and/or support to gun control measures and/or organizations such as the Brady Act and the Clinton assault weapons ban, reports the Daily Mail. According to the NRA, celebrities who believe in some sort of gun control in America (the most violent industrialized nation) include: Jack Nicholson, Sylvester Stallone, *** Van *** George Clooney and Lauren Bacall. The NRA claims that these businesses support gun control in an effort to reduce deaths: National Spinal Cord Injury Association, the American Medical Association, Levi Strauss & Co., Hallmark Cards, Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance, Ben & Jerry`s and the American Association of Retir .. ...
Watched the movie "The Bucket List " I love me some Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. What a great pairing. Loved it, and yes, I cried.
just finished watching "The Bucket List" with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman...I have seen this before...but what an ispiration and beautiful movie...I loved it so much...makes me think as I grow older about my life and whats important...If you have not seen this movie...I highly recommend it!
"You're *** right I ordered the code red!!" -Jack Nicholson telling the waitress which Mountain Dew he ordered
If you could go out drinking in a group and you could hand pick five people who would you pick. I would 1 Joe Pesci 2 Christopher Walken. 3. Jack Nicholson. 4 John Riggins. 5 Johnny Depp
Directed by Martin Scorsese. With Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Mark Wahlberg. An undercover state cop who has infiltrated an Irish gang and a mole in the police force working for the same mob race to track down and identify each other before being exposed to the enemy, after both s...
New Jersey is home to a lot of famous people and the Garden State’s Hall of Fame is now on a promotional mobile tour! Inside the massive trailers you can find information and memorabilia from people like: Buzz Aldrin, Tony Bennett, Mary Higgins Clark and Jack Nicholson.
Tom Hanks..Tommy Lee Jones...Sylvester Stallone...Robert De Niro...Jack Nicholson...do a movie with them in it...call it "Old as ***
I was given Francis Ford Copella. While I wanted to give an obvious answer, 'The Godfather pt 1', I want to go for something he had his hand in and that is a little less known. I am choosing 'The Terror'. A twisty bizarre film starring Boris Karloff and Jack Nicholson. He is uncredited as so many parts of this film were directed by different individuals. Copella stayed on for an 11 days of shooting for specific scenes. I like this film because it is sorta strange.
Spike Lee is a better fan than Jack Nicholson ... Knicks Have a Star Magnet: Courtside Seats, via
Jack Nicholson, Denzel, Tom Hanks, Sam Jackson. "who's your favorite actor?"
The Shining is a 1980 psychological horror film produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick, co-written with novelist Diane Johnson, and starring Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Scatman Crothers, and Danny Lloyd. The film is based on the Stephen King novel The Shining. A writer, Jack Torrance, takes a job as an off-season caretaker at an isolated hotel. His young son possesses psychic abilities and is able to see things from the past and future, such as the ghosts who inhabit the hotel. Soon after settling in, the family is trapped in the hotel by a snowstorm, and Jack gradually becomes influenced by a supernatural presence; he descends into madness and attempts to murder his wife and son. Unlike previous Kubrick films, which developed an audience gradually by building on word-of-mouth, The Shining was released as a mass-market film, opening at first in just two cities on Memorial Day, then nationwide a month later. Although initial response to the film was mixed, later critical assessment was more favorabl ...
Tonight during open phones, we give out the first-ever Shermie awards, named for Seattle Seahawks DB Richard Sherman. From Rocky 3's Clubber Lang to Jack Nicholson's Joker to tennis star John McEnroe, what people - real or fictional - have just begged to be knocked back down a peg or two? Your calls just ahead on Overnight America.
Five Easy Pieces Movie Clip - watch all clips click to subscribe Trapped in a traffic jam, Bobby (Jack Nicholson) jumps...
William Devane plays the president in "The Dark Knight Rises." In other words, Jack Nicholson was unavailable.
With waitress girlfriend Rayette (Karen Black) and *** hitchers Palm and Terry (Helena Kallianiotes, Toni Basil), Robert (Jack Nicholson) pulls over for the famous restaurant scene with waitress Lorna Thayer, in Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces, 1970.
Who would you rather bone, Meg Ryan or Jack Nicholson? . Jack Nicholson now, or 1974?
This is the comedy version of that Jack Nicholson scene in "Five Easy Pieces."
Ladies of Hollywood... quit it with the face surgeries, or the only role you will ever get, going forward, is an extra in The Walking Dead or Resident Evil That just doesn't look nice. Michael Keaton had to push Jack Nicholson into a vat of acid to gain that effect, and Nicholson's makeup was based on the late Leona Helmsley.
OK Leo, it is NOT complicated. You need to URGENTLY speak to your agent about roles that get Actor Academy Awards. Why don't you have one you ask? Simple: You keep making movies in which you are basically a highly successful white male... The Aviator, the Great Gatsby, Wolf of Wall Street etc... These are NOT particularly painful roles to watch. This is NOT viewed as particularly challenging or moving acting by the Academy. Your chances will GROW if you play a role in which you are living a particularly challenging situation, physical or psychiatric condition, handicap, starving, a serial killer etc. This is NOT complicated Leo, Jack Nicholson was locked up in an institution despite limited proof that he truly deserved so and won for One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest..but he was real wacky! Matthew MC has AIDS and lost 40 pounds for Dallas Buyers Club Tom Hanks also had AIDS in Philadelphia Daniel Day Lewis was bound to a wheelchair and painted with his left foot Al Pacino was blind in Scent of a Woman Ben . ...
Christian Slater plays a young Jack Nicholson better than a young Jack Nicholson. End of story.
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