Groundhog Day: Five underappreciated Bill Murray roles
Kenneth Bowden, Wild Things
Wild Things was a truly awful movie, an incoherent thriller that existed almost exclusively for the purpose of making Neve Campbell and Denise Richards creepily make out -- this was the '90s, after all, when that shit was craaazy. The single pinpoint of light in that 98-minute black hole was Bill Murray's side role as Matt Dillon's lawyer -- watch him ad lib on the line above -- it's awesome. And congratulations, you've now saved yourself the trouble of seeing the movie.
Agent 13, Get Smart
The 2008 remake of the Don Adams classic Get Smart was mostly unnecessary, but one of its few truly good scenes involves Bill Murray in a tree, playing off the Murray-renaissance tinge of sadness that got added to his persona over the course of films like Lost in Translation and everything by Wes Anderson. It's less than a minute long, but it proves that Murray, if only for a shining second, makes everything better.