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Line(s) of the Day #GroundhogDay

Well, what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today.

Phil Connors (Bill Murray) in the fantasy-comedy Groundhog Day (1993). Though coolly received by critics at the time, the story of a weatherman in a small town who keeps living the same day has gone on to be a much loved film. 22 more words

Alex Raphael

How Did We Get Here?

I recently watched a film produced by Andy Garcia back in 1995.  Starring Andy Garcia, Bill Murray and Dustin Hoffman, The Lost City takes place in Havana, Cuba in 1958.  314 more words


Review: Daniel Simonsen - No Net

Reviewer: Andy McHaffie

For three nights in a row I’ve found myself watching Daniel Simonsen’s ever changing show at The Bill Murray as part of the Camden Fringe. 431 more words


FLIX PIX (229) "Bill Murry Was Born to Play St. VINCENT"


(directed by Theodore Melfi, 2014)

***+ (out of 5)


> Everything about this tart human comedy is better than it looked in the trailers- from the sparkling performances, to the witty script that usually manages to be less cloying, precious and manipulative than we might fear. 267 more words

Kevin Keelan

Review: The Trouble with Scott Capurro at The Bill Murray @CamdenFringe

By Carmel Shortall

“They’re just jokes – I’m not even gay!”

Scott Capurro greets “all my imaginary friends in the front row” as he skips onstage at The Bill Murray. 244 more words

Camden Fringe

Groundhog Day (1993)

I know this movie is pretty old now but I watched it for the first time last weekend as I was told it was a ‘feel good film’ and you can’t go wrong with a ‘feel good film’ can you? 406 more words