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In 'Life Aquatic,' Anderson Gets a Bigger Budget

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In 'Life Aquatic,' Anderson Gets a Bigger Budget

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In 'Life Aquatic,' Anderson Gets a Bigger Budget

In 'Life Aquatic,' Anderson Gets a Bigger Budget

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Bill Murray teams again with director Wes Anderson. This time he's an ocean explorer. Buena Vista Pictures hide caption

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Director Wes Anderson is known for offbeat, relatively low-budget films such as Bottle Rocket and Rushmore.

His latest, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou starring Bill Murray, is a bigger film in the same vein.

Reviewer Bob Mondello says the film may leave viewers feeling lost at sea, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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