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  • The movie's soul, however, arrives via another avenue entirely, namely Bill Murray as struggling undertaker and probable ex-felon Frank Quinn.

    'Get Low' Rides High on Great Acting

  • Only the cognoscenti are supposed to know that the Tribeca Grill in downtown Manhattan is owned by Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Christopher Walken and Bill Murray, which is why no gossip writer is allowed to mention it more than once per column.

    Dining With Wolves

  • Later in that essay, Ebert calls Bill Murray "Hamlet in a sitcom world," noting that Groundhog Day works because Murray is in it, much like Lost in Translation.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • You can't just, like, call Bill Murray up and say, please be in the picture?

    CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2004

  • Or, to paraphrase Bill Murray from Ghostbusters, a person of her qualifications should have no problem at all finding a top-flight job in either the foodservice or housekeeping industries.

    Jihad Monitor

  • Cleo's own budding sexuality is sometimes jarring when she and Johnny are in bed together surely evoking Malle's Murmur of the Heart when the mother and son also ended up in a hotel bed but Dorff's shambling performance -- recalling Bill Murray's depressed hotel rat -- is as pitch perfect as Fanning's -- he's not portraying a brilliant or great actor, just a lucky guy who seems to have fallen into a career that demands little homework and a lot more red carpet, press conference, party and bullshit.

    Patricia Zohn: CultureZohn: Fathers and Daughters Meet in Newer Wave Somewhere

  • Unlike other "SNL" veterans such as Bill Murray, Mr. Sandler evinces no need to prove he's

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Redtail has remained over the years a popular destination for celebrities such as Bill Murray, business leaders, politicians and sports stars such as Wayne Gretzky, Mike Weir and Nick Price dropping in to enjoy a round of golf out of the glare of the spotlight and TMZs of the world.

    London Free Press

  • He eventually would like to follow in the acting steps of other "SNL" alumni such as Bill Murray, who do dramatic roles that still allow them to showcase their comedic skills.

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  • For those who may not remember, in the movie Bill Murray plays Phil Connors, a self-centered, egotistical TV newscaster who goes to the town of Punxsutawney, Penn., to cover the Groundhog Day celebrations there, and is forced to relive the same day over and over until he learns how to be a nicer person.

    Lewis Richmond: Buddhism And Groundhog Day

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