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(Contact Music)   Bill Murray has a 1-800 number so he can decide when, or if he wants to talk to an agent, which is nice   (contactmusic.com) divider line 49
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2010-07-17 10:57:59 PM  
Toll calls?

/1981 is waiting on line 2 for you, Mr. Murray
 
2010-07-17 11:04:55 PM  
He also dumps rental cars at the airport Departures curb with the keys in the ignition.

Which is nice.
 
2010-07-17 11:15:59 PM  
How much does a 1-800 number cost? It might be worth it if it meant you didn't get any of those damned taped calls.
 
2010-07-18 12:29:02 AM  
Personally, I think that Bill Murray is pretty far up there...past Tom Cruise and Justine Bieber, past everyone else I can think of at the moment. He's the one guy who I'd allow to be cocky even though I really wouldn't expect him to be that way.
 
2010-07-18 01:24:55 AM  
There are still people who haven't heard this? I guess the internet still hasn't caught on in some places.
 
2010-07-18 01:28:19 AM  
good for him.


seriously. i dig (covet) his 2 degrees of separation from the world, and yet he's not collecting bottles of his own urine, afaik.
shine on, you crazy diamond.
 
2010-07-18 02:57:45 AM  
been well over 20 years since he had a hit
 
2010-07-18 03:25:39 AM  
Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

you sound stupid you're stupid
 
2010-07-18 03:36:35 AM  
Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Of weed?
 
2010-07-18 03:45:39 AM  
oldebayer: How much does a 1-800 number cost? It might be worth it if it meant you didn't get any of those damned taped calls.

It depends on how many calls you get. Back in the olden days before cell phones made paying for long distance calls obsolete, when my siblings and I were in college my parents had a 1-800 number because it was cheaper than the long distance costs for us to call home.
 
2010-07-18 04:07:39 AM  
Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man
 
2010-07-18 04:24:14 AM  
walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man


having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years
 
2010-07-18 04:26:18 AM  
Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years


so you didnt mean its been 20 years since he had a hit. or that you have questionable film taste. you meant- that it had been twenty years since had the lead role in a blockbuster film

*sigh*

its not 1984, dude. not every movie is going to be GHOSTBUSTERS
 
2010-07-18 04:26:20 AM  
With pics of what an injured Murray may look like.
 
2010-07-18 04:34:13 AM  
sgt cyanide: Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years

so you didnt mean its been 20 years since he had a hit. or that you have questionable film taste. you meant- that it had been twenty years since had the lead role in a blockbuster film

*sigh*

its not 1984, dude. not every movie is going to be GHOSTBUSTERS


his best part in decades was in zombieland
it showed the width, breadth and depth of his acting skill

plus he's a woman beather like mel
 
2010-07-18 04:47:36 AM  
Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years


So basically, you just admitted that you have zero taste in films and don't know anyone who does.
 
2010-07-18 05:29:32 AM  
Lost in translation.
 
2010-07-18 05:32:19 AM  
rynthetyn: Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years

So basically, you just admitted that you have zero taste in films and don't know anyone who does.


I forgot Ed Wood Kingpin and What ABout Bob?
Seriously what did you like? The Last Airbender?
 
2010-07-18 06:07:57 AM  
wife beating has been

whole career of playing the smarmy a-hole

one dimensional actor
 
2010-07-18 07:42:07 AM  
and now you are on my ignore list
 
2010-07-18 10:04:03 AM  
Trik: sgt cyanide: Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years

so you didnt mean its been 20 years since he had a hit. or that you have questionable film taste. you meant- that it had been twenty years since had the lead role in a blockbuster film

*sigh*

its not 1984, dude. not every movie is going to be GHOSTBUSTERS

his best part in decades was in zombieland
it showed the width, breadth and depth of his acting skill

plus he's a woman beather like mel


You shouldn't beath women. Probably...depends on what "beath" means.
 
2010-07-18 10:27:51 AM  
What is this? F**king 1990?
My thirteen year old screens calls on her cell phone
(with caller ID!!!!) but that's secret!!!!!
Bill stopped being cool when he began combing his hair.
 
2010-07-18 11:19:03 AM  
Crazy or not...I love Bill Murray.

www.fancast.com
 
2010-07-18 11:31:53 AM  
walrusonion: and now you are on my ignore list

oh noes!
not *your* ignore list
how will I go on

I bet your wrists are so limp that you have to type with your nose
 
2010-07-18 11:35:36 AM  
Crudbucket: Trik: sgt cyanide: Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years

so you didnt mean its been 20 years since he had a hit. or that you have questionable film taste. you meant- that it had been twenty years since had the lead role in a blockbuster film

*sigh*

its not 1984, dude. not every movie is going to be GHOSTBUSTERS

his best part in decades was in zombieland
it showed the width, breadth and depth of his acting skill

plus he's a woman beather like mel

You shouldn't beath women. Probably...depends on what "beath" means.


undone by a typo

ol' bm is a wife beater
but thats ok 'cos he made me laugh once
 
2010-07-18 11:36:18 AM  
Well to be honest he is busy showing up at random loft parties in NYC to do the dishes.

Bill Murray rules.
 
2010-07-18 11:45:11 AM  
walrusonion: and now you are on my ignore list

Seriously. Never seen before, will never see again. Where do these idiots come from?
 
2010-07-18 12:03:30 PM  
Dr.Zom: walrusonion: and now you are on my ignore list

Seriously. Never seen before, will never see again. Where do these idiots come from?


I have a image of them showing up late in a mmog's life cycle
Like 6 years into WoW or 4 years into DDO and then spending all their time in general chat announcing who just made their ignore list

No questing or raiding
Just hanging out in the most populated zones looking for players to ignore
And reporting people for perceived slights or infractions
 
2010-07-18 01:58:19 PM  
I know everyone was in their bunk when Scarlett Johannson was in "Lost in Translation, so you might have missed Bill Murray as lead actor.
 
2010-07-18 02:40:35 PM  
psssh-psssssh-psssssh-inaudible-bsssssh-boosh-psssssh... Ok?

cue J&MC "just like honey"
 
2010-07-18 03:26:59 PM  
Trik Quote 2010-07-18 02:57:45 AM
been well over 20 years since he had a hit


Farking Mohammed in his *** with Allah's wang...

Dude? If you going for the coveted 'douchbag/hater' designation
you're just gonna have to try harder than this lame attempt.

At least know what you're talking about before lay out a line like that.

AFATA? Murray is turning into a crotchety old guy but I got to give him props for finding a way to make money on his terns as opposed to the Hollywood system's.
 
2010-07-18 04:59:33 PM  
lot of butthurt for ol' bill

img94.imageshack.us

/hot
 
2010-07-18 05:03:28 PM  
Kitten, I think what I'm saying, is that sometimes, shiat happens, someone has to deal with it, and who ya gonna call?
 
2010-07-18 05:46:13 PM  
It looks like someone at Contact Music has a subscription to Entertainment Weekly.
 
2010-07-18 09:06:37 PM  
Trik: lot of butthurt for ol' bill
/hot


Ignored. Pointless irritation solved.
 
2010-07-18 10:32:13 PM  
Trik: walrusonion: Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Groundhog Day? The Man Who Knew Too Little? Rushmore? The Royal Tennenbaums? c'mon man

having a part in a movie isn't the same as being the lead
I couldn't stand groundhog day, don't remember The Man Who Knew Too Little, didn't see rushmore and don't think I know anyone who did

He's either had bit parts or been in bombs for about 20 years


No love for The Life Aquatic?
 
2010-07-19 12:54:10 AM  
Sultan Of Herf: No love for The Life Aquatic?

None whatsoever.
 
2010-07-19 09:30:47 AM  
Not really news, people have known this about him for awhile. There was a running gag about him walking around Grand Central sneaking up behind people grabbing them and announcing who he was and no one would believe them while quickly walking away.

He's definitely up there in eccentricity
 
2010-07-19 09:39:48 AM  
Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

Are you insane? This might be the most inaccurate comment I have ever seen on Fark.

I can name seven movies off the top of my head, and at least a few of them of them should be on anyone's top 20 list:

Royal Tennebaums
Life Aquatic
Broken Flowers
Rushmore
Kingpin
Groundhog Day
Lost in Translation

They may not be big Hollywood "hits" right out the gate, but if you are the "Transformers" movie type of guy, we have no business having this conversation with eachother, and you probably need to hit the gym in 26 minutes.
 
2010-07-19 11:08:29 AM  
He should be receiving a monthly check from Tom Hanks for turning down "Splash."
 
2010-07-19 12:27:10 PM  
Man I almost forgot he was in Kingpin , that's one of those movies I'll watch when ever it's on.... I liked The Life Aquatic too
 
2010-07-19 03:14:03 PM  
Bill Murray is on a shortlist of actors for me. This list is composed of actors who, if they are in a film, I know instantly that I will enjoy it thoroughly:

William H. Macy
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Ed Norton
Bill Murray

/Broken Flowers was incredible
//Lost in Translation was even better
 
2010-07-19 04:47:36 PM  
Trik: been well over 20 years since he had a hit

You must be a Palin-American.

/that means "retard"
 
2010-07-19 04:51:02 PM  
bored now
ya'll enjoy you BM delusions
 
2010-07-19 05:25:34 PM  
Can't understand the love for The Life Aquatic. I found it boring as hell.
 
2010-07-19 07:16:16 PM  
Can't understand the dislike of The Life Aquatic. I found it funny, thrilling, moving, fascinating, touching and endlessly rewatchable as all get out.

But then, upon a moment's reflection, I recall that I don't have to hate (or love) any film (or anything else, for that matter) just because someone else does and so I go back to watch it again. (I think I will do that tonight when I get home).
 
2010-07-19 10:33:34 PM  
Can't understand any emotional response to "The Life Aquatic." Haven't seen it.
 
2010-07-20 12:39:26 PM  
Japancakes: Can't understand the dislike of The Life Aquatic. I found it funny, thrilling, moving, fascinating, touching and endlessly rewatchable as all get out.

Honestly, because it felt like a knock off of the Royal Tennebaums. The ensemble cast the sort of dry wit/ very off beat comedy.
 
2010-07-20 07:48:34 PM  
Tissot: I can name seven movies off the top of my head, and at least a few of them of them should be on anyone's top 20 list:

Royal Tennebaums
Life Aquatic
Broken Flowers
Rushmore
Kingpin
Groundhog Day
Lost in Translation


Royal Tenenbaums sucked, Life Aquatic was downright terrible, Broken Flowers is basically the same movie as Lost in Translation.

Other than that, pretty good list.
 
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