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Your fave Bill Murray flick?

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Caddyshack 18 18.00%
Meatballs 1 1.00%
Stripes 9 9.00%
Ghost Busters 11 11.00%
Scrooged 1 1.00%
What About Bob? 14 14.00%
Groundhog Day 30 30.00%
Lost in Translation 8 8.00%
Where the Buffalo Roam 1 1.00%
Other ... 7 7.00%
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08-27-2005, 03:55 AM
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Your fave Bill Murray flick?

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I'd go with Groundhog Day.

What About Bob? is up there, too.

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I picked "What About Bob?" That was great.

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Only a freak wouldn't pick Caddyshack.

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I don't think I have ever seen a Bill Murray movie that I didn't love. He's one of my all time favorites.

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Quick Change is a horribly underrated flick. Wasn't even out on DVD last I checked.

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The Man Who Knew Too Little is another of his that I love and watch any time it's on.

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Voted Groundhog Day. One of my all-time favourites. But, Murray can make me laugh even in his weakest films.

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08-27-2005, 09:16 AM
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He was great in Coffee and Cigarettes too.

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Quick Change is a horribly underrated flick. Wasn't even out on DVD last I checked.
They filmed the bank heist and getaway right outside my old job (in NYC). It was pretty cool when they brought in the helicopter.

Bill Murray was a really nice guy. He signed a lot of autographs and joked around with the folks.

I love him...he might be one of my favorite actors.




BTW....It isn't out yet on DVD. But when it does get released, it will be only $11.23 on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...v=glance&s=dvd

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Caddyshack...the classic for all time.

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caddyshack

hm to what about bob

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Voted Groundhog Day. One of my all-time favourites. But, Murray can make me laugh even in his weakest films.
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Ghostbusters followed closely by Groundhog Day and Caddyshack.

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Also a great rare performance by David Caruso.

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The Man Who Knew Too Little is another of his that I love and watch any time it's on.

Agree. I think it's become my "overall" favorite Bill Murray movie. Caddyshack is much more than just a Bill Murray movie. In TMWTL, it's just him. He's the only star.

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Quick Change is a horribly underrated flick. Wasn't even out on DVD last I checked.
Love that one too. It's another one that I'll watch every time it's on.

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Caddyshack, even though I don't like his character or find him funny, I think it's the best movie of the bunch, because of Rodney Dangerfield. Honorable Mention would be Stripes, but again it has nothing to do with Murray, and everything to do with John Candy.

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Mad Dog and Glory with Robert DeNiro.

Also a great rare performance by David Caruso.
That was a really good movie - I don't generally associate that with Bill Murray, but he was terrific as a badass type.

My favourite is Caddyshack, closely followed by Ghostbusters.

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What kind of training?!?

ARMY TRAINING SIR!

Stripes for me.

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The Man Who Knew Too Little

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Groundhog Day.

Followed closely by Caddyshack, Scrooged and the Ghostbusters movies.

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What About Bob.

But I also liked him in Kingpin. He was perfect for that role of Big Ern and he supposely made most of his lines myself. Like the whole part in the resturant early in the movie was all him. They had no clue what he was going to say and he just winged it. Also when he's doing that commerical for kids without fathers later in the movie the women on there were the wifes of some of the flim makers and he slapped one on the *** in the commerical. That wasn't suppose to happen. It's Bill Murray so they just let him do what he wanted.

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