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"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"

Many like to say that Jack Nicholson is an on-screen Puck for the 1960s generation. All of Jack's character roles contain a deeper underlying meaning than the direct position you see them from. It is for that very reason Jack chose to take them on. Each role was a challenge, and added more depth to the vast talent he already naturally possessed.

In 1970, Nicholson starred in "Five Easy Pieces", questioning the responsibilities of the living. In 1971, Nicholson captured the audience with "Carnal Knowledge", and captivated one with his role in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975), but was unforgettable in his 1974 role performance in "Chinatown". Jack won an Oscar, in 1983, for "Terms of Endearment", where he was beloved as the last somewhat anti-hero.

However, in the later '80s, Jack was cast in monstrous character roles, such as in "Witches of Eastwick" and "Batman". But perhaps the greatest accomplishment was winning the 1998 Oscar for Best Actor in "As Good As It Gets", co-starring Helen Hunt, where he played an obsessive- compulsive author, lost in the perplexity of his own character. His roles and talent only progress with his age. Perhaps, that is why we still sit eagerly on the edge of our chairs throughout every one of his movies.
Jack in "Chinatown"

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