Forced to live the same day over and over, Murray descends into sick experimentation with very funny results.
Whether rambling about caddying for the Dalai Lama or discovering a candy bar in the pool, Murray is delightfully insane in every scene.
The Army is just the regimented machine for Bill Murray to gum up with his erratic behavior and comic antics.
Playing himself, Murray is as crazy as ever. He's seen paddling around his mansion, reenacting scenes from Ghost Busters.
You can't help but end up rooting for Murray's therapy patient, who's so crazy he follows his therapist on vacation.
Murray's so funny as a nutty jerk that you almost miss him when he gets a dose of the Christmas spirit.
Murray can even make bowling crazy, starring as a pro with a comb-over, a girdle, and a transparent bowling ball filled with a single rose.
The showdown between Steve Martin's sadistic dentist and Murray's masochistic patient is disturbing and unforgettable.
Who wouldn't want their camp counselor to be as out-there as the one Murray plays in this classic comedy?
Murray's leisure-suit-wearing ambulance chaser is a perfect complement to the hot young things populating this racy thriller.