Meatballs
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Murray is obnoxious weatherman Phil, who is forced by fate to relive the same day again and again.
Current Score:
1295
Total Votes:
2483
2
"Nobody steps on a church in my town." So says Dr. Peter Venkman, a ghost-exterminator extraordinaire.
Current Score:
1260
Total Votes:
2340
3
As the gopher-hunting, pot-smoking groundskeeper Carl Spackler, Murray totally steals the show.
Current Score:
1214
Total Votes:
2164
4
When sassy, unkempt womanizer John enlists in the U.S. Army, the armed forces will never be the same.
Current Score:
1034
Total Votes:
1928
5
"You think he's gone? He's not gone. That's the whole point! He's never gone!" So says Murray's addled therapist of him.
Current Score:
626
Total Votes:
1990
6
Dickens's story gets a sarcastic spin when Bill Murray, as TV exec Frank Cross, says, "Bah humbug!"
Current Score:
572
Total Votes:
1406
7
Sofia Coppola's downbeat movie stars Tokyo, Bill Murray, and Scarlett Johansson -- all happy together.
Current Score:
252
Total Votes:
1758
8
Amish hustlers! Rubber hands! And Murray's bowling pro Ernie McCracken is at the heart of it all.
Current Score:
177
Total Votes:
1607
9
The then-unknown actor's starring role in this Canadian campfire comedy launched Murray into the spotlight.
Current Score:
167
Total Votes:
1511
10
Murray plays the unlikely buddy of Jason Schwartzman's young oddball, in a role that redefined his career.
Current Score:
87
Total Votes:
1389
11
In his second collaboration with director Wes Anderson, Murray is a horrible husband, brilliant psychologist, and proud turtleneck wearer.
Current Score:
39
Total Votes:
1391
12
A small role but a good one: Murray is the masochistic patient Steve Martin's mad dentist can't make flinch.
Current Score:
20
Total Votes:
1348
13
Our hero is the titular red-beanie-wearing oceanographer, who finds redemption via the hunt for his own white whale.
Current Score:
16
Total Votes:
1464
14
An underheralded role as Dustin Hoffman's barfly buddy finds Murray delivering drunken rants that are pure comedy gold.
Current Score:
-23
Total Votes:
1299
15
Murray as a bumbling goofball mistaken for an assassin in a Hitchcock spoof? Gloriously funny.
Current Score:
-118
Total Votes:
1202
16
Equal parts sad and sardonic, Murray tones it down as a former Don Juan who goes on a quest to find his long-lost son.
Current Score:
-378
Total Votes:
1068
17
Murray destroys the title short in Jim Jarmusch's collection by wittily discussing life and vices with the Wu-Tang's GZA and RZA.
Current Score:
-419
Total Votes:
993
18
Murray has a nuanced, sad, brilliant turn as the mayor of a city buried far below the Earth's surface.
Current Score:
-439
Total Votes:
975
19
An Uber-sarcastic comedic actor playing poor doomed Polonius in the drama to end all dramas? Ain't no thing.
Current Score:
-508
Total Votes:
914
20
Murray plays sad-funny ventriloquist Tommy Crickshaw alongside an A-list cast directed by Tim Robbins.
Current Score:
-527
Total Votes:
885