Bill Murray & Edward Norton
William James Bill Murray (born September 21, 1950) is an American actor and comedian. Edward Harrison Norton (born August 18, 1969) is an American actor, screenwriter, film director and producer./5
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... and some of those names could be Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, . Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Greta Gerwig, Fran…
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I really enjoyed Moonrise Kingdom. I loved Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, and Bill Murray in it. thank you based Wes Anderson
Now everyone can turn their attention to the likes of Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Edward Norton and Bill Murray - all without
GREAT actors who have never won an Oscar: Robert Downey Jr, Edward Norton, Tom Cruise, Ed Harris, Bill Murray, Gary Oldman, Liam Neeson
Sometime I like to reimagine 'Elf' as film directed by Wes Anderson starring Edward Norton as buddy and Bill Murray as the dad.
Bill Murray threw his shoe at Edward Norton while Bruce Willis watched. What a weird movie.
Bruce Willis, Edward Norton and Bill Murray? I am definitely watching.
Robert Deniro, Bruce Willis, Arsene Wenger, Edward Norton and Bill Murray with Kevin Spacey off the bench.
TUESDAY, 13th. Jan - NINE. A musical delight set in Italy. Few seats still available... THURSDAY, 15th. Jan - A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT. (1992) 123 min - Drama Two fly-fishing sons of a Presbyterian minister, one reserved and one rebellious (no guessing who's who!), grow up in rural Montana. Director: Robert Redford. Starring: Craig Sheffer, Brad Pitt and Tom Skerritt. FRIDAY, 16th. Jan - THE Grand Budapest Hotel. (2014) 100 mins. Adventure | Comedy | Drama The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous hotel from the fictional Republic of Zubrowka, happening between the first and second World Wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. Director: Wes Anderson Starring: Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson...the list goes on! :-) * Wes Anderson said about finding the location..."We found this department store in a tow ...
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Bill Murray throws his shoe at Edward Norton, it's the small joys of Wes Anderson films.
I've had a big movie weekend. I saw "Divergent" yesterday. It's very well done, though not quite at the level of the Hunger Games. Dystopian movies and books are quite the rage these days. Then today I saw "The Grand Budapest Hotel", and it was SO outrageously good! There are so many great actors and actresses in the cast that some of them go right by you before you realize afterward who they were. I would recommend you go to the official website to familiarize yourself. I didn't recognize Jude Law, Tilda Swinton, Willem Dafoe, Fisher Stevens, and even Harvey Keitel. I barely picked out Bill Murray and Edward Norton. So prepare yourself first---and then go watch it!
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" is Wes Anderson's best written and best directed film to date. It opens today (Friday). The film is eclectic, playful, visually witty, and verbally hilarious. The story emphasizes Supreme Concierge Gustav M(Ralph Fiennes) who runs around the Grand Budapest Hotel much like Charlie Chaplin would. Madame D (Tilda Swinton) one of the many dowagers who live in the hotel and who has a strong relationship with Gustav is murdered. Dmitri (Adrien Brody) who is Madame D's son and who expects her inheritance to be shared with his sisters sends the police to arrest Gustav at the Budapest Hotel, and when the police arrive, Gustav flees in a very strong impersonation of the style of Chaplin. The police chase him with the fervor of the Keystone Cops. Ultimately, he is charged with the murder of Madame D with whom Gustav has had sexual relations for money that have enlarged his pay. As usual in Anderson films, many cameos of well-known actors such as Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Owen Wil ...
Mkay peeps have a pass for 2 for the Grand Budapest Hotel screening this Wednesday at 7:30 at the Chez Artiste. This is Wes Anderson's new film starring Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson, Edward Norton, Jude Law and more!
With most Wes Anderson films, I experience two competing reactions. Formally, Anderson is a striking director who pays attention to every detail. My only criticism here is his tendency for symmetrical compositions that extends to OCD levels. But his on-screen perfectionism from the camera movement to the set design to the perfect timing of delivered lines feels as exacting as Kubrick and one can marvel at it similarly. Only Kubrick doesn’t do cute. Anderson does. He exudes this twee primness, an oversaturation of charm that even when it works, it grates. Grand Budapest Hotel is very charming and often grating. Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, and newcomer Tony Revolori are all superb, and Jude Law, Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton, and Jeff Goldblum are all vivid in small parts. At the same time, Mathieu Amalric and Adrien Brody are wasted, and so many stars make so many insubstantial cameos that it becomes distracting – Bill Murray, Lea Seydoux, Harvey Keitel, Bob Balaban, and Owen Wilson among them. Wi ...
I'm turning 50 this year! I've lived an incredible life. I have laughed so much, enjoyed good times with good women, known the bliss of true love of a very, very good woman, and just had one helluva good time! 1) I lived through The 60's, 70's, and 80's. Arguably the greatest eras in music, film, and life. Think of The Beatles, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benetar, Big Hair Rock, and on and on and on.. 2) I've enjoyed the greatest movies and TV shows. From Andy Griffith, Lost in Space, Emergency!, Fantasy Island, Love American Style, He-Haw, and more,,, 3) I've seen the greatest movies ever made, and I saw many of them the week they debuted,Jaws, Star Trek, Ferris Beuller, Fast Times, and so many more,,I could never list all the great movies of my life. 4) Actors and super hot actresses...Farrah Fawcett was untouchable (she was the hottetst actress ever to hit Hollywood). Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Dustin Hoffman, Cher, Robin Williams, and probably the most talented man to ever get to Hollywood,,, ...
Add Brad Pitt to that list. And Will Smith. And Peter O’Toole. The list goes on, actually. Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Samuel L. Jackson, Harrison Ford, Robert Downey Jr., Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Michelle Pfieffer, and many more. *** Steve Buscemi has never even been nominated! Neither has Hugh Grant or Donald Sutherland! Why does Leo get all the sympathy? Look at all these fantastic actors who never won (I repeat: Brad Pitt). It just seems arbitrary to make Leo the posterboy for snubs.
new Wes Anderson movie set in the time between the wars? Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Edward Norton.. count. me. in.
Edward Norton and Bill Murray. :) Even Bruce Willis is amazing in it.
Ralph Fiennes, Edward Norton, Jude Law, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray. Almost all of my favorite actors. Must see!
BERLIN (AP) — Director Wes Anderson and a strong ensemble cast including Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray and Edward Norton kicked off the annual Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday with "The ...
How could I pass up this film with Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and Frances Mcdormand? Thank you for providing my late night independent film showings
It took Wes Anderson to finally put Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Bill Murray in the same movie. And it turned out better than I imagined!
Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray, Jude Law, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody,Jeff Goldblum, and Jason Schwartzman all in one.
REMINDERS!! 1.TONIGHT, November 20th 5:30 PM Healing Mass, 6:00 PM Movie Night, Featuring: Moonrise Kingdom, starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Frances Mcdormand, Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward. Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two twelve-year-olds who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness. As various authorities try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore -- and the peaceful island community is turned upside down in more ways than anyone can handle. Pizza will be served! 2.Gen X Auxiliary Returns, Monday, November 25th At the Auxiliary’s upcoming meeting, at 7:00 on November 25th, Father Clarke has offered to serve as priest, counselor, confessor, teacher, learned intermediary and bartender. To the event you need not bring anything but yourselves and if you’re inclined a friend or two. We’ll have drinks and hors d’oeuvres. . ...
If you were 12 in the year 1965, I highly recommend the movie (on TV right now) called, "Moonrise Kingdom". (some of the supporting cast are: Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel, Neil Huff, etc; the movie is hilarious.) It is about scouting and being 12. It's great!
So I have a theory involving Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel, it's plot, and the poster that came out. I'm writing this here prior to the trailer that should come out tomorrow to see if I have indeed predicted the future. From vague releases regarding the plot, we know the story centers around Ralph Fiennes character Gustave H, a legendary hotel concierge as he trains his protege Tony Revolori. From the poster, both of their credits are pink. From photos taken on set, Owen Wilson likely works for the hotel in some capacity. His credit is also...pink. Going along this train, I'm surmising that all of the pink credits on the poster represent hotel workers (Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Lea Seydoux, Willem Dafoe, Tilda Swinton, and Jude Law). We know that there are two other stories within the movie and, not to give anything away, but one seems to involve a theft. I'm guessing the red credits (F. Murray Abraham, Edward Norton, Jeff Goldblum, and Jason Schwartzman) are guests involved in the theft stor ...
Bill Murray just threw a shoe at Edward Norton. And that might be my favorite cinematic moment ever.
Edward Norton hosting next week..Bruce Willis this week, Back2back Moonrise Kingdomers. Its ok as long as we get Bill Murray too!
First, it's Bruce Willis for some reason. Next, it will be Edward Norton. is clearly a big fan of Moonrise Kingdom. Bill Murray next?
Ohgod. Edward Norton's going to be hosting? Bruce this week, Norton next week? so... Bill Murray's gunna host right? :(
Moonrise Kingdom is on HBO this month. An absolutely charming film with many great actors: Tilda Swanson, Edward Norton, Bill Murray. I can't remember a film I've enjoyed more.
na it's mad good, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis & Edward Norton👌 can't go wrong
Photo: Moonrise Kingdom is such an amazing movie, but isn’t anything with Bill Murray and Edward Norton?
Well, I watched "Moonrise Kingdom" and wasn't as impressed as I thought I might be (I guess I'd expected more with a combination of Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Frances Mcdormand and Tilda Swinton in a Wes Anderson film); but I was pleasantly surprised to find they used a Françoise Hardy song in it ("Le Temps de l'Amour")! I'm aware the film has been nominated for an Academy Award and has won and been nominated for other honors; but considering all the talent oozing from the stellar cast and crew, I felt it was a rather lame film. Nonetheless, I was really, really pleased they chose to include Françoise's song.
Gosh I love Wes Anderson films. Bill Murray and Edward Norton are fantastic.
Bill Murray throwing his shoe at Edward Norton. Sublime cinema.
Bill Murray, Edward Norton & Tilda Swinton in a Wes Anderson movie - no wonder Moonrise Kingdom was Oscar nominated!
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I feel like my life would be complete if I met Bill Murray, Christopher Walken, Steve Buscemi, and Edward Norton
Moonrise Kingdom: written by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola; directed by Wes Anderson; starring Jared Gilman (Sam Shakusky), Kara Hayward (Suzy Bishop), Bruce Willis (Captain Sharp), Edward Norton (Scout Master Ward), Bill Murray (Walt Bishop), Frances Mcdormand (Laura Bishop), and Bob Balaban (Narrator) (2012): Another one of Wes Anderson's tiny, nearly perfect miniatures, quirky as usual and humane. The love of 12-year-olds Sam Shakusky and Suzy Bishop leads them to run away from home. Well, he runs away from his Khaki Scout Troop. But all this is happening on one of the small, rural islands near New York (so far as I can tell, anyway) in the mid-1960's, and there's a major storm rolling in. The major players are Sam, an orphan whose foster family intends to send him back to Social Services; Suzy, a depressed outsider with a great love of reading and mascara; Police Captain Sharp, a lonely bachelor having an affair with Suzy's mother, played by Frances Mcdormand; Walt Bishop, played by Bill Mur ...
Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, and Bill Murray are one of the best trio I have seen in a while. Moonrise Kingdom was awesome.
The cast for the movie is amazing! Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law, Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Harvey Keitel & Jason Schwartzman.
Anything with Bill Murray or Edward Norton never disappoints. And Bruce Willis I GUESS.
Bill Murray? Nah. Edward Norton maybe. Try being told you look like Ed Harris.
Galan and I just watched the most fabulous movie called "Moonlight Kingdom". It was nominated for a Golden Globe and should have won as it was just fabulous. Anyone who has ever been a Boy Scout, or ever been young and in love, you would love it. It has an all star cast, Bill Murray, Frances Mcdormand, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton,Bob Balaban and Tilda Swinton. Just fabulous!
Nothing is funnier than Bill Murray throwing a shoe at Edward Norton
A movie with Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Edward Norton has to be good right?...Thank you Universal Studios for proving me wrong
Directed by Wes Anderson. With Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law, Bill Murray. The troubles and tribulations of Mr. Gustave, who serves as the hotel's perfectly composed concierge.
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Moonrise Kingdom was surprisingly good. I couldn't figure out how a movie about two twelve-year-olds eloping in 1965 managed to get Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Frances Mcdormand (Fargo), Tilda Swinton (lately, you'll know her as the Ice Queen from Narnia), Harvey Keitel (who doesn't seem to be credited, but it's him), and Jason Schwartzman (also Bob Balaban, who nobody knows, but is great), and none of them are even the main characters. I'm told the movie is an allegory. All I know is it made hilarious fun of the Boy Scouts by showing them being totally serious. See this movie.
"Moonrise Kingdom" - Wes Anderson - Director, Producer, Screenwriter, creates magic with this delightful and humorous film of childhood love that will make kids of all ages smile. Big names like Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel, Bill Murray, and more. Where has this gem been hiding?
"Well, yes, [my next film is] Grand Budapest Hotel. It’s a Euro movie. It’s a period picture. I can tell you the cast — maybe you already know the cast, but I can tell you properly who it is: We have Ralph Fiennes, and we have Tilda Swinton and Jeff Goldblum, Willem Dafoe, we have F. Murray Abraham and Jude Law, and we’ve got Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, and Mathieu Amalric. And I think Owen [Wilson] is gonna have a little part, too. Oh, Saoirse Ronan has quite a big part. I’m thinking if I’ve forgotten anybody. Yeah, we have a good group." Wes Anderson Getting excited for this.
I recommend watching Moonrise Kingdom. With Edward Norton, Bruce Willis and Bill Murray. How could you go wrong?
i just spent some of my morning watching a rather entertaining movie called Moonrise Kingdom. If i were to describe it...would be a combination of MEATBALLS, THE SANDLOT, and maybe a little STAND BY ME. Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Frances Mcdormand are the stars. It was very different and i really enjoyed it. Some scripted funnies along with some great sight-gags!! It's a 2 thumbs up!
Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Bill Murray? And a 94 on Rotten Tomatoes? Watch Moonrise Kingdom on MUTV streaming, see what its all about
Just watched Moonrise Kingdom with Edward Norton and Bill Murray. Best *** movie I've seen in a WHILE.
into the woods on the island that they live on. It has Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Tilda Swinton, and Bruce Willis in it
Jiro Dreams of Sushi was just awesome. On a semi-unrelated note, Dream Bill Murray told me I would never be as good as Edward Norton. Well, that may be, Dream Bill Murray, but I'm still going to that audition this morning.
& now I'm watching Moonrise Kingdom. The description sounds lame but it's got Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, & Bill Murray in it so it can't be THAT bad, right? We shall see...
I really like "Moonrise Kingdom" directed by Wes Anderson. Check it out if you haven't already seen it (Bruce Wiliis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and cast of really funny actors)
Went to see Moonrise Kingdom again seeing as the movie I wanted to see was not on this evening but no issue as M K is a beautifully crafted movie ~ a visual feast and musical treat. Wow ! to slightly older versions of greats like Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Frances Mc Dormand and Tilda Swinton. This is real good acting and the two young stars who live out their early post pubescent love for one another. At one level lighthearted innocence but at another supremely profound and moving. It is classic arthouse celluloid and not for everyone but if you want to ponder and laugh in one go this movie you'll find both enchanting and uplifting. I'm ready for round 3 and it astounds me how much one can miss in the first sitting as with novels as I relish rereading Haruki Murakami's phenomenal 1Q84 ! Enjoy da w/e !
Young love blossoms in "Moonrise Kingdom," even if the appropriate adults don't approve. Bruce Willis, Edward Norton and Bill Murray star in this quirky, carefully crafted comedy, ascending onto DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
So excited.about to watch Moonrise Kingdom [ Bill Murray / Edward Norton ]
Just watched a very unusual movie on pay per view. It was Moonlight Kingdom with Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel, Frances Mcdormand, Bill Murray and Tilda Swinton. I'm sort of speechless. Weird. FYI, 2016 Obamas America is on pay per view as well.
Bill Murray, Edward Norton and Bruce Willis.. how could this movie get better?
Moon rise kingdoms is now one of my favorite movies! I recommend it to you all. It has everything you could want. Plus, it has Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, and Edward Norton!
Mysigaste trivian jag läst på länge (från Moonrise Kingdom). Det e ju bara så det ska va: "During filming, Wes Anderson rented an old mansion in Newport, Rhode Island for himself, editor Andrew Weisblum, and director of cinematography Robert D. Yeoman, in which they had a room set up for editing the film. It had been arranged for the cast to stay in a nearby hotel, but eventually some of the actors also decided to stay at the mansion, including Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and Jason Schwartzman. Murray later joked that the theory was to have everyone close by so that they could all work "ungodly art-movie hours"."
Just saw "Moonrise Kingdom" with Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Frances Mcdormand, Harvey Keitel. And none of them are the stars. Very funny madcap movie. Great steak dinner with pint of ale beforehand. Total $25. Jamestown is cheap.
watch it, you'll love it. Directed by Wes Anderson. Has Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, et al.
I don't know what the movie "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is about, but it has one incredible cast. Johnny Depp, Bill Murray, Jude Law, Edward Norton and Angela Lansbury. if the movie is as good as the cast, sounds amazing. Will start filming in Germany (why not Budapest? I dunno), and is slated for a Thanksgiving 2013 release.
is a gem of a movie. Great cast includes Edward Norton, Bruce Wills, Bill Murray, Frances Macdormand and Tilda Swinton.
Surprising news everyone: Bill Murray has officially been cast in Wed Anderson's newest film, Grand Budapest Hotel. Also joining the film will be Angela Lansbury. I'll do my research to find out who she is. They already join a cast that consists of Johnny Depp, Jude Law, Owen Wilson and Edward Norton. The only three who haven't signed on yet but have been rumored are Jeff Goldblum, Adrien Brody, and Willem Dafoe.
Because Bill Murray keeps screwing around with the concept of a ghostbusters 3...first he was in, then out, then in, then he shredded the script and then said he'd rather die... The film studio owning the franchise rights have said that rather than trying to jump through hoops to impress the stars of the first two films: Reboot. A complete fresh start. New script. New story. New cast. I for one dont think this is a bad idea. I'd like to see it redone with Ty Burell (Phill dunfy in modern family), Edward Norton and perhaps Michael Fassbender as replacements for Dan Akryod, Harrold Ramis and Bill Murray respectively... Of course I'm always free if they can't get those people...
Bill Murray throwing a shoe at Edward Norton in Moonrise Kingdom will never not be funny
A3) I think Edward Norton is pretty overrated. As are Christian Bale, Bill Murray, Ryan Gosling, Liam Neeson and John Cusack.
Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and others, Moonrise Kingdom made for a great night. You all did very well. Thank you.
Bill Murray's only in it for a handful of scenes, but also featured are Bruce Willis and Edward Norton, the guy from Fight Club.
Saw Moonrise Kingdom last night, a fun, weird movie starring Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Harvey Keitel, Frances Mcdormand, Edward Norton. Check it out.
Saw the quirkiest, sweetest, *good* movie last night... Moonrise Kingdom. LOVED it! Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray... Unlikely cast, but amazingly loveable.
Saw Moonrise Kingdom at the Fluer this afternoon. Great movie! It's a little off-center but fun. Bill Murray, Francis McDormand, Bruce Willis, Harvey Kietel, Edward Norton, Tilda Swinson, Bob Balaban, and some really good child actors.
The 65th Cannes Film Festival begins on today and the opening film is Wes Anderson's latest, Moonrise Kingdom, starring Bill Murray, Francis McDormand, Bruce Willis, and Edward Norton, among others. Getting a new Anderson film is always exciting, but today's premiere (which we're covering) is signif...
Hot on the heels of the critical and commercial success of his Cannes opener, Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson is moving through the gears in developing his next feature, The Grand Budapest Hotel. Anderson is lining-up another cast of 'A' listers with Johnny Depp already on board and Bill Murray and Edward Norton likely to return from Moonrise Kingdom. Little is known of the plot, which is likely to remain under wraps for some time, but Anderson has hinted that it will focus on adult themes. www.cinefilereview.com
Go see Moonrise Kingdom...especially if you remember the early 1960's. It was fantastic. Frances Mcdormand, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Bruce Wills...and a handful of kids.
Just saw Moonrise Kingdom. Not sure how I liked it. Don't think it's the sleeper hit of the year, but I enjoyed watching it. It was funny, it was weird, it was cute, it was awkward, it was random, Bill Murray was great, Bruce Willis was great, Edward Norton was great.
Has anyone seen that new Bill Murray and Edward Norton movie yet? Heard it is supposed to be real good.
I think we're going to see Moonrise Kingdom.looks unique and fantastic. Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton
Saw Moonrise Kingdom tonight. Overall, I recommend it. Highlights: Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, and of course Bill Murray. Many very funny moments, terrific set decoration, beautifully shot. Weaknesses: overly precious and "look how clever I am" in many places, inadequate (in my opinion) acting by young female lead. Anderson really needs to lose the obnoxious hipster vibe. Let your actors show real feelings: it's not uncool.
Just saw "Moonrise Kingdom" - exceptional work from Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, and crew. Please see this film. As a good friend put it "It's almost magical" Actually, it was.
Moonrise Kingdom was so good. Love Edward Norton and Bill Murray.
Bill Murray and Edward Norton were both very unfunny.
I recommend the following movies. BRAVE; I'm sure Pixar will get technological awards for this animation. Incredible the way the heroine's hair moves, the water and other effects, not to mention a great story. The Celtic music was also great. The second movie you should see if you want laughs and a dark comedy, coming of age movie (mid 60's). We woke up this morning talking and re-laughing. Moonrise Kingdom: Very quirky, unpredictable, fun, great acting from Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton and a cast of character actors you will recognize. Go see it before it goes away. I recommend this movie for the Baby Boomers, especially.
Loved, loved, loved "Moonrise Kingdom." Edward Norton was the best scoutmaster ever and Bill Murray and Frances Mcdormand were great also. It was so quirky.
Moonrise Kingdom!! Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, and Harvey Keitel! We have to see it.
Shout out to Bill Murray and Edward Norton in Moonrise Kingdom
Just saw Moonrise Kingdom. Wow. It's easy to make light of the depth of feelings of people much, much younger than you are, but this movie never does that. These children are amazing actors and remarkably well-directed. Everyone is good. Of course, I adore Bill Murray (in anything, I'll watch him read the phone book and laugh hard!) and Frances Mcdormand, and Edward Norton. And this may be my favorite Wes Anderson (but I said that after the Royal Tannenbaums). If you like laughing, go see it. "Don't let go." (Bruce Willis is also very, very good.) I loved this movie.
It was lovely! It's very Wes Anderson. Bill Murray and Edward Norton are great and I thought the two lead kids were good!
Edward Norton was so good! Bill Murray too (obvs) yeah his films always have good cast and wow that's nuts!
We saw Moonrise Kingdom last night. A delightful movie about a young (13???) couple who runaway from her home and his scout camp set on a New England-like island in 1965. Tilda Swinton of Harry Potter fame and Jared Gilman play their roles so realistically and with so much poignancy and charm, hearts just melt. The cast is star-filled: Bruce Willis as the island's only police officer, Bill Murray & Francis McDormand as Tilda's lawyer parents, Edward Norton as the scout master, and even Harvey Keitel makes a a brief, but funny cameo appearance. It was co-written by Roman Coppola, so talent obviously runs in the family. Highly recommend.
Travelled 10 miles today to see Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom. Best review I can give is Go for the grown ups, stay for the kids. I was excited to see Bill Murray, Bruce Willis and Edward Norton, but their characters are cartoonish, especially compared to the 2 STARS, the 12 year old "lovers". Sweet, funny, and nostalgic. I'll give it a B+, unless you're generally an Anderson fan, then I'd give an A-.
Moonrise Kingdom was every bit of heaven as I had hoped. Edward Norton & Bill Murray w/ Hank Williams Sr. playing in the background. Ah.
God for some reason I cannot stop myself from repeatedly watching Edward Norton getting hit by a shoe thrown by Bill Murray
I saw Moonrise Kingdom today. This was a really warm, human film. While Wes Anderson is still his "quirky" self, he definitely takes the two main kids (Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman, both great) very seriously. Anderson's eye for detail in both his visual and narrative is at its best here. There's a real fairy-tale quality to the movie that reminded me a bit of Fantastic Mr. Fox - on the surface, it may almost look like a simple children's tale, but the emotions run deep. As for the adults, they're all good, though I was most charmed by Edward Norton's eagerly nerdy scoutmaster. However, late in the game Frances Mcdormand and Bill Murray have a scene where they talk about their marriage that's just terrific. Both do great work throughout, though. Bruce Willis is fine, and Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, and Harvey Keitel are all funny in, essentially, extended cameos. It's really the kids' show, though. Theirs, and Anderson's. Oh, and if you like the film, stay for the whole credits. You won't regret it
Moonrise Kingdom...look it up. Bill Murray and Edward Norton...I'd link it myself but my computer *** donkey balls and won't let me. I will see this in a heartbeat. Your thoughts?
There are obvious stars in director Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom”: Bill Murray as the cantankerous patriarch, Edward Norton as the earnest but scattered Khaki Scout leader, and a tightly wound Tilda Swinton as the terse child-welfare worker. But nearly stealing the movie out from under them is A...
And yes, I didnt mention Edward Norton, Bruce Willis or Bill Murray on purpose. I should have mentioned Tilda Swinton, though...
Do not know what it's about... But Bruce Willis? Bill Murray? Edward norton? SOLD
Review for Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, now in theaters with Bill Murray; Frances Mcdormand; and Edward Norton
Poor Wes Anderson.he gets Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Francis McDormant, Swartzman, and a few other greats to be in his new flick Moonrise Kingdom, and you still don't see a lick about it on the TV...but don't worry yall. Battleship is out now...holy awful
So uh turned around at one point today and found myself inexplicably about 12 inches from Tilda Swinton. Shortly there after, Edward Norton appeared just as magically. Also at other points, Bruce Willis, Alec Baldwin, Eva Longoria, Jessica Chastain, Wes Anderson, and Bill Murray. But back to the first two: Tilda Swinton pretty much rendered me paralyzed and Edward Norton made me weak at the knees. Fan-girldom, I had no idea we were friends.
Four new Moonrise Kingdom featurettes have been released, each focusing on the work of Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton or Wes Anderson in the new film. The quirky vignettes are hosted by Bob Balaban and don't break rank with the rest of Anderson's ouevre. Watch below.
I can't wait for Wes Anderson's new movie starring Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Frances Mcdormand,and Bruce...
Moonrise Kingdom is 1 of the films at Cannes this year, along with Warhouse! Edward Norton & Bill Murray
Moonrise Kingdom looks interesting - having said that, all I know is that Edward Norton + Bill Murray act in it :)
what a brilliant cast! Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton. Love them all!! :)
Last night I dreamt that Wes Anderson was directing a new 2-part film adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland" and it starred Glenn Close, Christopher Plummer, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta as Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
Someone better go see Moonrise Kingdom with me. Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, and Bruce Willis...
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