Tagged: Bill Murray

Movie Review: ‘The Jungle Book’

"The Jungle Book" is widly masterful, and a true technical achievement. It’s one of the best films to come out so far this year.

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Movie Review: “St. Vincent”

Bill Murray is Back and Better than Ever in "St. Vincent"

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‘The Monuments Men’ Review: Deciding between Funny and Not

Is 'The Monuments Men' supposed to be a comedy, a drama, a war movie, or something in between?

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‘Ghostbusters 3’ Plot Spilled by Dan Aykroyd

Dan Aykroyd is still going full-steam ahead on Ghostbusters 3, with or without Bill Murray (at the moment it's without), and now he's revealed the latest plot details of the possible movie.

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The 10 Worst Sequels to 10 Great Comedies

Why are comedy sequels are so, bad? Ian Murphy tries to find out.

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Comedy Actors Who Went Serious

Many actors known for light-hearted fare have had a go at darker stuff in an effort to be taken seriously. Here are ten of them.

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Review: ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’ is Terrible

Not even Bill Murray can save this disastrous FDR biopic.

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10 Memorable Summertime Movies

Stroll down movie memory lane as Ryan Koch looks back at his favorite summer-themed films.

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Review: ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ is Quintessential Anderson

Wes Anderson's new film Moonrise Kingdom is right up there with his best films. Lauren Herstik has the review.

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Top-10 Horrible Bosses in Movies

With the movie Horrible Bosses set to come out soon, Ryan Miningham looks at some horrible bosses in movies.

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Review: Megan Fox, ‘Passion Play’ Hardly Angelic

Our Mike Brown was on the scene at the Toronto Film Festival back in October and saw Passion Play, starring Mickey Rourke, Megan Fox, and Bill Murray. Despite the high-quality the cast, the film was hardly high-quality, as one love scene even garnered laughs.

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Top-10 Independent Films of the 2000s

Robert Camacho Roman ranks the best independent films since 2000.

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Duvall, Murray Aim High with ‘Get Low’

The new film "Get Low" is dark. Extremely dark, says Paul Hansen. It evokes qualities one could find in Crime and Punishment or a work by Edgar Allen Poe. But Robert Duvall, Bill Murray, and Sissy Spacek all put in excellent acting performances for this unique film.

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