Jack Nicholson - In The Frame Collection (Five Easy Pieces/As Good As It Gets/The Last Detail/Easy Rider/A Few Good Men/ The King of Marvin Gardens) [6 DVD Boxset] £10.57 + Free Delivery @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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In the Frame is a new collection of DVD box sets celebrating iconic stars of the silver screen, complete with smart new packaging.

This deluxe set contains 6 classic films demonstrating the incredible versatility of one of Hollywoods most celebrated names, Jack Nicholson. Included in this box set are:

Five Easy Pieces
As Good As It Gets
The Last Detail
Easy Rider
The Passenger
The King of Marvin Gardens
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Five Easy Pieces (Dir. Bob Rafelson) (1970): Although a brilliant, classical pianist from an intellectual, well-to-do family - Robert Dupea (Nicholson) has made a career out of running from job to job and woman to woman. Presently working in an oil field, Dupea spends most of his free time downing beers, playing poker and being non-committal with his sexy but witless girlfriend Rayette (Karen Black). But when he is summoned to his father's deathbed, Dupea returns home with Rayette, where he meets and falls for a sophisticated woman (Susan Anspach). Now caught between his conflicting lifestyles, the gifted but troubled Dupea must face issues that will change his life forever.

As Good As It Gets (Dir. James L. Brookes) (1997): Nicholson gives a show-stopping performance as Melvin Udall, an obsessive-compulsive novelist who takes pride in his ability to affront, repulse, offend and wound. His targets are random, his aim reckless.

Last Detail (Dir. Hal Ashby) (1973): Billy Budduskey (Jack Nicholson), a hard bitten, wise-cracking, foul-mouthed, cynical, but professional Navy-man, is given the loathsome job of escorting a very young sailor (Randy Quaid) to a military prison for a minor crime. Budduskey decides to give the young sailor a life-time of experience in just three days!

Easy Rider (Dir. Dennis Hopper) (1969): Two young "hippie" bikers, Wyatt and Billy sell drugs in Southern California, stash their money away in their gas-tanks and set off for a trip across America, along the way they encounter hitchhikers, a drunken lawyer, a jail cell, a *****house and the death of a friend.

A Few Good Men (Dir. Rob Reiner) (1992)
One man is dead. Two men are accused of his murder. The entire Marines Corps is on trial. And 'A Few Good Men' are about to ignite the most explosive episode in US military history. Universally acclaimed, A Few Good Men unites the big screen's biggest stars, as Hollywood heavyweights Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise and Demi Moore lead an all star cast in director Rob Reiner's powerful account of corruption, cover-up and a relentless quest for justice within the sacred corridors of the US Navy.

King Of Marvin Gardens (Dir. Bob Rafelson) (1972): This film is a dark drama about two brothers who team up for an odd real estate scheme involving a Hawaiian island. Jason (Bruce Dern) summons his younger sibling, David (Jack Nicholson), a Philadelphia radio personality, to join him in Atlantic City to get the deal going. But when David arrives, he finds that a local crime boss has had Jason thrown in jail. David intervenes on his brother's behalf and succeeds in bailing Jason out. But the charges won't be dropped unless Jason forgets the Hawaiian venture.

So, together with Jason's girlfriend, Sally (Ellen Burstyn), and Jessie (Julia Anne Robinson), the two brothers try to figure out what to do next. One meeting with the crime boss convinces David that they shouldn't go through with their plans, but Jason won't hear of that. Something has got to give...

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#2
Good deal but the best film Jack Nicholson has been in is missing One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
#3
I dont understand why they come out with these box sets of actors. They never contain their best films. You would be better off buying them individually.
Where are:
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
The Witches of Eastwick
Terms of Endearment
The Departed
Anger Management
Chinatown
Prizzi's Honour

Saying that though, 4 out of the 6 are amongst his best.
#4
janner66
I dont understand why they come out with these box sets of actors. They never contain their best films. You would be better off buying them individually.
Where are:
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
The Witches of Eastwick
Terms of Endearment
The Departed
Anger Management
Chinatown
Prizzi's Honour

Saying that though, 4 out of the 6 are amongst his best.


Agreed... would add About Schmidt to that too
#5
Five Easy Pieces and the Last Detail are cult classics, as is Easy Rider.

Haway man Anger Management? Garbage. Agree with the rest of them though.
#6
Yeah but the thing about these sets is that they introduce less well known or successful films and/or films where the featured actor isn't the main star.

It's better than renting and theft is probably the only way you'll get them cheaper.

Good deal:thumbsup:
#7
this is now £9.99 at play

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