To most of us, Bill Murray is the lovably dry comedian of such classics as Groundhog Day and Ghostbusters, who has turned into an indie mainstay through his work with Wes Anderson and Sofia Coppola. What we choose to forget, however, are the thunderous duds that fell in between the gems. In honor of Groundhog Day, here are some of Murray's roles that should stay deep, deep underground.
Quick Change (Bill Murray/Howard Franklin, 1990)
What's that, you haven't even heard of this one, Murray's sole directorial credit? Don't worry, not many have. Though some critics claim that he delivered a solid performance as Grimm, a bank robber disguised as a clown, Quick Change wasn't nearly funny enough to make any kind of impact. Not even an in-her-prime Geena Davis could pull this one from obscurity.