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User 1 Review:
Great acting by child actor makes this a must-see, especially when combined with the chemistry of Bill Murray. But why do we need to give the Naomi Watts' character a Russian accent? Dumb. Melissa McCarthy delivers a strong performance as the newly divorced struggling mother and can hold her own with Murray. The film did clunk when the kid delivers his "Death freezes time" line, which is too adult an observation for a young boy. Also needing adjustment was the ending--it should have ended with the boy placing the Saint medal around Murray's neck but the director doesn't stop, pushing it forward to a scene with Murray watering dirt in his backyard. Now that's dumb. But overall I give this flick a thumbs up, because it actually got me to cry alligator tears.
User 2 Review:
Of course you couldn't find a better actor than Bill Murray to play the bitter, grumpy weirdo who ends up being a kid's regular babysitter and ultimately his saint. Thankfully, the rest of the cast is just as great. Watts is utterly fearless as russian hooker and McCarthy was never as subtle and lovable as here. The kid is a real talent too. The plot doesn't offer major shockers or twists, but plenty of laughs and a few really sweet moments. The softening of the cold-hearted is not a new story, but with this talent involved it's fun to watch once more.
User 3 Review:
Murray is at his irascible finest as Vincent, a loveable anti-hero who as the film progresses is more saint-like than you'd first realise. I wasn't expecting the film to become such a standard moral fable ("don't judge a book by its cover" etc) and it's to the film's detriment it covers such familiar ground in such a conventional way. However the presence of such a talented cast clearly elevates St Vincent to heights the script alone could never hope to reach. The chemistry between Murray and child star Lieberher provides numerous laugh out loud moments. Watts is both endearing and highly entertaining as the Russian lady of the night. McCarthy is on strangely subtle form - which she plays truthfully - but isn't given much to do. Overall a pleasant, easy watch that thanks to a highly skilled cast just about manages to side-step schmaltzy sentimentalism.