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Below you can catch more on this new Bill Murray-Melissa McCarthy comedy about a young boy dealing with the aftermath of his parent’s divorce and finding an unlikely mentor in an outwardly miserable and rowdy war veteran who lives next door.
This actually may not be much of an award contender, but it seems like a perfect vehicle for the legend Murray, who year after year continues to gain stature as America’s sardonic-yet-lovable comedy chief. Plus, both he and McCarthy are Chicago-area natives and thus worthy of this site’s support.
Bill Murray on ‘St. Vincent,’ Fame and the ‘Virus’ of Oscars Season (Variety)
Ted Melfi takes questions about ‘St. Vincent’ (Daily Herald)
Review: A celebration of Bill Murray as the grizzled eccentric (Washington Post)
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