29th Nov 2012Posted in: News Comments Off
Bill Murray dresses up like John Wayne, and Richard Ayoade does DostoyevskyIf you're like me, and you probably aren't (count your blessings!), the mention of the name Charlie Sheen is enough to turn you off any announced project. Ugh. But wait. I mean, it's not like he's Donald Trump or something, and he was in Being John Malkovich, even if that role was kind of a non sequitur. Anyway, when you throw in Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Patricia Arquette, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Wes Anderson collaborator (and Coppola) Roman Coppola (who hasn't made a feature since 2001's CQ) as the writer-director, well, I start thinking maybe I can tolerate Sheen for a couple of hours.