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Relies too much on Bill Murray and Harold Ramis to give charismatic performances - which they do, it's just not enough to save the raunchy comedy bits from aging terribly.
This is the ultimate Classic very funny.
This is my favorite Bill Murray film of all time and also one of my favorite films of all time. I thought this was a really funny film. The cast in this film did a great job. The story in this film was really good. This is my favorite comedy film that came out in the 1980's.
Typically absurd, like a lot of movies in its time... And brilliant!
"Son of bitch, shit", this movie is good. I love watching to see how the culture was then and comparing to how it is now. People were happier back then, more playful and didn't take life too seriously. There was no social media cancel culture and people actually used cash. This time period was the beginning of the end in terms of the USA becoming a corporation.
A good Bill Murray vehicle with help from other Saturday Night Live alumni. A bit of a weak story is saved by some great comedic tinges.
It counts on Bill Murray way too much to deliver laughs rather than the script. That said it is Bill Murray so...
This is the ultimate classic! Very funny!
My favorite Bill Murray movie ever, and one of my favorite comedies of all time. Bill Murray is at his best in this one, it has a lot of funny stuff to it, the story works very good, Harold Ramis and John Candy do a great job as well, and has a really good score from Elmer Bernstein. All I can say is that's the fact, Jack!
One of the best Comedies of all time!