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“More Than This / There Is Nothing”: Bill Murray in Lost in Translation for Sofia Coppola Month

I could feel at the time There was no way of knowing Fallen leaves in the night Who can say where they’re blowing As free as the wind Hopefully learning Why the sea on the tide Has no way of … Continue reading

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“What’s This Gal’s Name Again? Oh Yeah, Emily Dickinson.”

Bill Murray reads to the construction workers working on the Poet’s House here in Manhattan. Not to be missed. Fantastic. I am proud of my city. I didn’t think it was possible for me to love Bill Murray more than … Continue reading

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A History Of Celebrity Crushes

Sheila-style. I’ve had intense celebrity crushes all my life. It’s fun, it’s an escape. Other women read romance novels. I throw myself into sweeping crushes with movie stars. I’m vaguely embarrassed by this tendency. But I do it anyway. Off … Continue reading

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Roger Ebert Revisits Groundhog Day

One of my favorite things that Ebert does as a reviewer is: he goes back and reviews films years after their release. He re-assesses them, and re-assesses his own original review. Really interesting. (He doesn’t do it with bad movies. … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day: “I Got You, Babe…” On Repeat

Favorite scene? Where Bill Murray tries to re-create the magical original moment when he and Andie MacDowell kissed in the snow … and yet … because he is so eager, so frenzied to get to the kiss, (and she, of … Continue reading

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