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As Good As It Gets No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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As Good As It Gets

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Starring

Actor
Character
Melvin Udall
Helen Hunt
Carol Connelly
Greg Kinnear
Simon Bishop
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Frank Sachs
Skeet Ulrich
Vincent
Shirley Knight
Beverly
Yeardley Smith
Jackie
Lupe Ontiveros
Nora
Jill the Dog
Verdell
Timer the Dog
Supporting Dog
Billy the Dog
Supporting Dog
Bibi Osterwald
Neighbor Woman
Ross Bleckner
Carl
Bernadette Balagtas
Caterer
Jaffe Cohen
Partygoer
Laurie Kilpatrick
Partygoer
Alice Vaughn
Partygoer
Brian Doyle-Murray
Handyman
Kristi Zea
Mother at Table
Annie Maginnis Tippe
Daughter at Table
Patricia Childress
Cafe 24 Waitress
Rebekah Johnson
Cafe 24 Waitress
Missi Pyle
Cafe 24 Waitress
Leslie Stefanson
Cafe 24 Waitress
Tara Subkoff
Cafe 24 Waitress
Shane Black
Cafe 24 Manager
Peter Jacobson
Man at Table
Lisa Edelstein
Woman at Table
Stan Bly
Cafe 24 Customer
Randall Batinkoff
Carol's Date
Jesse James
Spencer Connelly
Jamie Kennedy
Street Hustler
Justin Herwick
Street Hustler
Maya Rudolph
Policewoman
John F. ODonohue
Detective Ray
David A. Kipper
Hospital Doctor
Mary Elizabeth Still
Nurse Receptionist
Chloë Brooks
Child at Cafe 24
Cooper Brooks
Child at Cafe 24
Sharon L. Alexander
Female Passerby
Holly Denys
Female Passerby
Lawrence Kasdan
Dr. Green
Alison Rose
Psychiatric Patient
Kathryn Morris
Psychiatric Patient
Wood Harris
Cafe 24 Busboy
Linda Gehringer
Publisher
Julie Benz
Receptionist
Harold Ramis
Dr. Bettes
Antonia Jones
Nurse
Kaitlin Hopkins
Woman in Lobby
Jimmy Workman
Sean from the Bakery
Danielle Spencer
Veterinarian
Todd Solondz
Man on Bus
Tom McGowan
Maitre D'
Danielle Brisebois
Singer
Matt Malloy
Men's Store Salesman
Paul Greenberg
Bar Waiter
Kirk Ringberg
Food Waiter
Dave Hawthorne
Bartender
Alba
New Yorker
Roger Ferreira
Restaurant Patron
Amy Anzel
Ballet Dancer
Alex Ballar
Flower Store Customer
Joe Beachy
Restaurant Patron
Laura Mayes Byrnes
Restaurant Patron
Jason Thomas Campbell
Valet
Bronwyn Cornelius
Bartender
Eddie L. Fauria
NYC Transit Cop
James Gosnell
Boyfriend
Daniel D. Harris
Upscale Restaurant Diner / Dancer
Eliza Harris
Ballet Dancer
Maurice LaMarche
Fred Bishop - Simon's Dad on Phone
Johnny Mansbach
Restaurant Patron
Dunya Merell Djordjevic
Art Dealer
Bradlee Park
Waiter
Nicole Salter
Not Credited
Frank Slaten
Miffed Partygoer
Joey Sontz
Bus Passenger
Oriana Nicole Tavoularis
Restaurant Patron
Justin Ward
Diner
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Year: 1997
 139 minutes (2 hrs 19 mins)
UK release date UK release: 13th March 1998
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 25th December 1997
MPAA Age Rating: As Good As It Gets PG-13 age rating 
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£9,387,937
685
As Good As It Gets
686

US total gross
$148,478,011
360
As Good As It Gets

Global total gross
$314,178,011
451
As Good As It Gets
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 11

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
As Good As It Gets
3N
£909,459
£909,459
3▲▼
£745,832
£2,151,033
2
£1,002,494
£3,807,989
3
£804,673
£5,262,448
5
£724,314
£6,604,896
6
£534,260
£7,723,036
5
£409,573
£8,424,484
7
£257,978
£8,901,083
9
£136,959
£9,193,928
13
£40,472
£9,310,277
15
£48,176
£9,387,937
Box Office Gross Flow
£
909.5K
745.8K
1M
804.7K
724.3K
534.3K
409.6K
258K
137K

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