With a plan to exact revenge on a mythical shark that killed his partner, oceanographer Steve Zissou rallies a crew that includes his estranged wife, a journalist, and a man who may or may not be his son.
Owen Wilson may always play the same character of a tousle-headed, twinkle-eyed, lovable deadbeat - but that doesn't mean the act is getting old. In fact (corporate propaganda aside) 'The Internship' was one of our favorites to date. If you agree then sit back and prepare to be reluctantly charmed by Wilson's complete filmography!
Murray has been a comedic fixture in Hollywood from the 1970s, and with recent hit 'St. Vincent' he doesn't show any signs of stopping. Make sure you have a bottle of water handy because humor doesn't get drier than Murray, particularly if Wes Anderson gets involved.
The word 'Hipster' gets thrown around a lot, but what exactly are hipsters, and where did they come from? We've done our part in solving this mystery by compiling a list of films which define the cinematic hipster experience. And just for the record - none of us have handlebar mustaches.
Like Gabriel Garcia Marquez? Check out this collection of movies that partake in an aesthetic of realism tinged with fantasy, including 'Life of Pi' and 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'. Worth checking out for the posters alone!
Bill Murray got his start on Saturday Night Live, but really made a name for himself in the 80s with slapstick comedies like 'Meatballs', 'Caddyshack', 'Ghostbusters', and, of course, 'Groundhog Day'. For something a little more recent make sure to check out 2014 dramedy 'St. Vincent', co-starring Melissa McCarthy and Naomi Watts!
No, this isn't actually a 'best of' list, we just can't resist a cheap rhyme; it's actually his entire filmography. But then, when you're dealing with Wes Anderson, every film is a gem, so don't hold it against us!