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The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned From a Mythical Man addresses the very real title star's amusingly bizarre habit of casually barging into regular lives.
See the movie. It's well worth the journey to find out what happens.
An enjoyable but hardly essential pop-culture exploration.
Even if the documentary is content with [mediocrity] , it's ... powerful to see how he's changed [people's lives] just by the virtue of showing up and listening to them.
It's a thin premise but a fun one.
It sounds cynical to say, but no one could be as perfect and delightful as Bill Murray is made out to be in Avallone's film.
The fact is that most everyone loves Bill Murray, and The Bill Murray Stories will help you love him just a little bit more.
[It] finds an answer in Murray's custom-tailored philosophy.
Thoroughly low-stakes as documentaries go, but a just-charming-enough examination of celebrity packed with amusing anecdotes.
[A] fun, flouncy fan documentary soon becomes something...well, not quite profound, but certainly soul-enriching in the way that only looking at Bill Murray's face can inspire.
It is a comforting documentary that offers the reader some introspection into their own world, through the Rorschach rambunctiousness of our cinematic eternal child.
It may not answer all of your questions about Murray, but it does provide an entertaining look at one of showbiz's most compelling men.
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