You can always tell a Wes Anderson film a mile away. His kooky alternate universe take on real world issues is often polarizing for viewers who either love to retreat into his fairy tale-like yarns or who just can't tolerate his very singular vision.
There's no question that the story behind George Clooney's latest film is a fascinating and important one. It's certainly one that deserves a film inspired enough to ensure the maximum number of people will seek it out and recommend it to others.
The trailer for Bill Murray's upcoming film "Hyde Park on Hudson" has been released and features a charming, witty portrayal of Franklin D. Roosevelt as he hosts a stint for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in upstate New York in 1939.
A scene from: 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III'
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A scene from Jim Jarmusch's 'Coffee and Cigarettes'
"You gotta love Bill Murray. The actor had been invited to the White House along with other cast members of 'The Monuments Men' for a movie screening in the Family Theater of the White House. Prior to the screening, the President was to greet some of cast members in the Diplomatic Reception Room. A White House staff person had told Murray where to stand, meaning before the greet. But when the President walked into the room, Murray stayed put, saying 'they told me to stand here.'"