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Bill Murray: his best movies?

A film with the unspeakably translated title "I think a moose is smooching me!" (1981) helped Bill Murray achieve his final breakthrough in the early 1980s. He had already been known to a broad American television audience in the years before through the then still young comedy show "Saturday Night Live". After the blockbuster "Ghostbusters" (1984) the whole world knew him. Bill Murray, who celebrated his 70th birthday a few days ago, has already had a long and varied career. Von Arte "perhaps the greatest American actor", called a "secular saint" by the "New York Times", Murray has fans in practically every age segment.

Forty years in roles

He embodied cynical narcissists who first have to learn what really matters in life in the Christmas film "The Spirits I Called" (1988) and in the classic "Groundhog Day" (1993), in which he is trapped in one Space-time paradox, experienced the same day over and over again. "Rushmore" (1998) marked the beginning of the ongoing collaboration with director Wes Anderson and, according to the "New York Times", marked the beginning of the "Sad Bill Murray" era. "The Royal Tenenbaums" (2001), "Die Tiefseetaucher" (2004) and "Moonrise Kingdom" (2012) should follow, among others.

One of the actor's fans is Jim Jarmusch, who made the role of the aging Casanova in his road movie "Broken Flowers" (2005) tailor-made for him. However, Bill Murray's career climax so far was under the direction of Sofia Coppola alongside Scarlett Johansson: for the sensitive portrayal of the aging actor Bob Harris in "Lost in Translation" (2003) he received an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe . Fans can be happy anyway: With Wes Anderson's "French Dispatch", Sofia Coppola's "On the Rocks" and "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" three films with him have been announced.

Which Bill Murray film do you keep watching?

What do you like about his style and his choice of roles? In which movie did you not like him so much? Which film, which scene particularly impressed you? Exchange ideas in the forum! (aan, September 28, 2020)