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St. Vincent

2014 film by Theodore Melfi

St. Vincent

Released 2014 (8 years, 10 months ago)

Director Theodore Melfi
Duration 102 minutes
Genre comedy film and drama film
Composer Theodore Shapiro
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter Theodore Melfi
Producer Peter Chernin

About St. Vincent

St. Vincent, the 2014 film directed by Theodore Melfi, is a heartwarming and hilarious story about unlikely friendships and redemption. The film stars Bill Murray as Vincent, a grumpy and hard-drinking Vietnam veteran who becomes an unlikely mentor to his 12-year-old neighbor, Oliver (Jaeden Martell). Along the way, Vincent introduces Oliver to his favorite pastimes, including horse racing and drinking at the local bar.

Murray delivers a standout performance as Vincent, showcasing his trademark wit and charm while also revealing a vulnerable side to the character. Martell also shines as Oliver, capturing the innocence and curiosity of a young boy navigating a difficult time in his life.

The film also features strong supporting performances from Melissa McCarthy as Oliver's struggling single mother, Naomi Watts as Vincent's pregnant Russian prostitute girlfriend, and Chris O'Dowd as Oliver's sympathetic Catholic school teacher.

St. Vincent has been praised for its heartwarming story and strong performances, with critics calling it "a crowd-pleaser" (The Hollywood Reporter) and "a feel-good movie with a heart" (Variety). The film was a box office success, grossing over $54 million worldwide.

Overall, St. Vincent is a charming and uplifting film that will leave audiences with a smile on their faces. As Rolling Stone put it, "Murray's performance is a thing of beauty, and St. Vincent is a movie that will make you laugh, cry, and cheer."

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