Quick Change (1990)

The most successful of the Saturday Night Live alumni, Bill Murray continues to win new fans and reward longtime followers with his selective choice of big screen starring roles and always memorable bit parts.
Rumpled Anarchy: Bill Murray Film Retrospective
Saturday, September 4, 2010
3:30pm @ Central Library

Quick Change (1990) on September 4. Co-director Murray also stars in a film about New York traffic. After stealing a cool million during a bank heist, Murray and his crew struggle to escape the five burroughs. With Geena Davis, Randy Quaid, Jason Robards, Stanley Tucci, and Tony Shalhoub. Rated R. (88 min.)

The most successful of the Saturday Night Live alumni, Bill Murray continues to win new fans and reward longtime followers with his selective choice of big screen starring roles and always memorable bit parts.

Films showing on Saturdays at 1:30 p.m.

What About Bob? (1991) on September 11. When his therapist leaves town for vacation, Bob Wiley (Murray) follows him to a peaceful lakeside retreat – which becomes much less therapeutic for Dr. Leo Marvin (Richard Dreyfuss). Rated PG. (99 min.)

Mad Dog & Glory (1993) on September 18. This smart comedy follows a mild mannered cop (Robert De Niro) who inadvertently saves the life of a mobster (Murray), who gives him one week with a beautiful woman (Uma Thurman) as a reward. With David Caruso. Rated R. (97 min.)

The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997) on September 25. An American tourist (Murray) in London lands in the middle of a very real espionage operation that he mistakes for some form of audience participation theater. With Peter Gallagher, Joanne Whalley, and Alfred Molina. Rated PG. (94 min.)  

Films showing on Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

The Razor's Edge (1984) on September 13. Murray stars in his first dramatic role as a World War I veteran who becomes disillusioned with Jazz Age superficiality and searches for enlightenment in the Himalayas. Based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham. Rated PG-13. (129 min.)

Groundhog Day (1993) on September 20. A modern classic starring Murray as a sarcastic weatherman who is forced to relive the worst day of his life—until he gets it right. With Andie MacDowell and Chris Elliott. Rated PG. (101 min.)

Lost in Translation (2003) on September 27. While traveling in Tokyo, two Americans with nothing in common aside from insomnia (Scarlett Johansson and Murray, in his only Oscar nominated performance) paint the town red and form a close friendship in this surprisingly affecting film. Directed by Sofia Coppola. Rated R. (102 min.)