Best Jack Nicholson Movies
The Top Ten
one of the greatest actors ever... but this movie is easily the best in his career
Undoubtedly one of the finest actor ever been appeared in Hollywood... Though his performance in Chinatown and The Shining was simply superb, he'll always be remembered as Mr. McMurphy.
chief stay right there and hold your arms up
My favourite actor and movie of all time. I absolutely love Jack Nicholson, I adore him. The Shining would be my second favourite, then Chinatown, then Five Easy Pieces, and then As Good As It Gets. He's also so sexy.
"Put down the bat, Wendy. Wendy. Darling. Light of my life. Put down the bat. I'm not going to hurt you. I'm just going to bash your brains in. That's all. Put down the bat"
EPIC performance by Jack Nicholson! One of my favorite movies of all time, and also favorite acting performances. Very entertaining and eerie movie...
This was a very tough decision to make! Every jack nicholson movie is amazing. This is my favorite jack nicholson movie but I think that this is his best movie and the departed is his second best. That's my favorite movie by Martin Scoursese and jack had a great supporting role in it. I will end this by saying that jack nicholson is one of the best actors of all time and he has turned just about every one of his acting roles into pure gold!
This is a very tough decision between The Shining and One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest but I'm going with this. My Dad and I really liked this movie and all the suspense in it. There were some inappropriate scenes but it's phenomenal! " Here's Johnny! "
one of the best nicholson performances
The best actor ever... For the best batman villain ever!
By the way: A Few Good Men deserved to be before The Departed. Looks like the voters... CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
Never is going to be another Joker like Jake!
a great joker
Very nice historical movie as this movie is about how few influential & wealthy american cheated & looted people of their land around California by stopping water to them and creating artificial water scarcity and later taking over same land at dirt cheap price.
Here, Jack Nicholson gives such a smooth and sublime performance that he makes you forget his later roles in which he somewhat played a caricature of himself. This is easily one of his best roles and one of the few movies where you think to yourself that you're not watching Jack Nicholson but rather his character. Chinatown is a great movie from Roman Polanski that is complemented by Nicholson's fine acting as the slick, shark grinned private detective Jake Gittes.
Out of the 4 above this movie I saw 3. One flew over the cuckoos nest I gave 3.5 stars, the shining I gave 4.5, and the departed I gave 4 stars. This is one of the 12 total movies that I've given five stars and for a good reason.
Perfect cast, perfect story, understated but smart, complex and an ending that makes you go, "what, that just can't be the end". Only the French are usually brave enough to deliver an ending like Chinatown's.
Awesome movie with an amazing performance from Jack Nicholson. He plays a very frightening character. This movie is a masterpiece from Martin Scorsese
It was just one of those amazing movies. Jack Nicholson doesn't steal the show, but he definitely stars in a great film with a great cast of actors, with a good performance.
Another great performance from one of the great actors of all time, and this movie makes him look frightening
Well, Jack often looks frightening. And I think you'd agree that his talent interpreting the script made him look frightening in this Great film. - Billyv
Jack is super duper best
this is it for jack. #2 got to be 'one flew over cuckoo'...". there must be some place for the easy rider somewhere too...
Number 9? Democracy doesn't always work.
Definitely #1 most memorable. Jack Nicholson's words on the stand, "YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH! ", which has been one of the most quoted statements in all generations. Even though Tom Cruise was a popular upcoming actor, Jack Nicholson upended him easily.
Is there anyone who doesn't remember his character, particularly his trial examination by Tom Cruise?
I am a Jack Nicholson fan - so anythng he does fals into the momorable category - But a Few Good Men" was his best.
Has to be the best courtroom drama I have ever seen, Jack Nicholson's performance is quite simply outstanding, and with the added eye candy of Tom Cruise this is an unmissable film
Probably the greatest script that I have ever experienced. The climax alone is worth watching, capable of chilling even the most bravest of souls.
Amazing Performance from petty officer "badass" buddusky... Definitely not his best... But deserves a place in the top 10!
it brought the obsessive compulsive behaviour to the fore and although he was a sufferer his humanity and the love of a good women gave him a new perspective on himself and others and the world. a great laugh too.
jack nicholson at his very best
Incredible script, with inspiring character development. Nicholson plays the obsessive writer with such grace and nuance, dancing between humor and pathos.
The funniest movie ever, bar none. Jack at his finest. Sharp, witty, sexy, and always classy.
Excellent Movie! Still watch it at least 6 times per year. Deserved more attention when it came out. Wow!
Does this movie have jack nicholson in it?
Very Underrated. Inspirational and moving.
I go for About Schmitz 'cause he carries this glamorous movie on his own! Although we all know Payne is a top-rated director and writer but Nicholson himself in this picture is something really!
This was a great movie. It has a lot of twists and turns in it. If you miss just a minute of it you will be lost. I like the way Jack manipulated Adam and got him and his girlfriend together again and even got him to kiss her in front of other people. One of my favorites.
"So Pretty oh so pretty" hahaha it's so good words can't explain.
I really like the end of this movie. it's the best part like the last 20 min. so good.
Makes you feel good movie absolutely loved this romance with brilliant actors
Superb movie & Jack is best
Really good movie. Jack plays his personality perfectly
The bucket list was my favorite that I saw. He and Morgan just seemed to have agreat connection. It was a very touching movie, I cried, laughed, and loved Jack and Morgan together.
The bucket list should be No.4. It had 2 of my favorite actors Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman
The movie that made people know the meaning of "bucket list"
Such a touching film. It inspired me so much.
The ultimate road movie of the 60's and when Jack as George Hanson showed up, this film became twice as good as it was before. And it was great. George was funny and deep at the same time and it was made possible Mr. Nicholson with his outstandig performance.
One of my favorites. Jack played a great par in this movie.
Whaaat? Am I Seeing Right? My favorite movie of all time isn't even on the top 10?
It was a great movie! Jack was brilliant as the president, and the eccentric casino owner. The combination of Tim Burton's directing, and Jack Nicholson's acting made the film a sci-fi marvel! It was a movie that was supposed to be bad! Aliens, green goop, skeletons, cows on fire, a senile old lady, and video game-this movie had everything!
This movie was panned and did not do well at the box office, but I absolutely Love it!
How can this be in the top 10? He won a very deserving Oscar for this
Another great movie and performance of Jack Nicholson's! & again, he's absolutely HOT.
Brilliant michelangelo antonioni film, is really a seneties-masterpiece
I like this movie a lot
Is this avalable on netflix
This may not be his greatest, but its definitely up there with his best work.
Great movie, superb alternative for godfather; top 3 at least
Underrated but Excellent movie and role by Jack.
Should be on the top 30
Nicholson's character is emotional, sensitive and perspicacious while dealing with exquisitely bad people. He has every right to be cynical, but his anger is instead righteous. A great performance. This is a sequel to Chinatown. You must see Chinatown first or you won't understand it.
It's great, but Nicholson doesn't appear too much