Ted Melfi's comedy St. Vincent stars Bill Murray as a crusty old man who ends up caring for the son of his new neighbor (Melissa McCarthy). Although he's a cynic who gambles, drinks, and frequents strip clubs, Vincent turns out to be exactly the mentor the 12-year-old kid needs as the young one adjusts to his parents' divorce, and life at a new school.
Disc #1 -- St. Vincent 1. Scene 1 [7:48] 2. Scene 2 [6:29] 3. Scene 3 [4:32] 4. Scene 4 [7:00] 5. Scene 5 [7:32] 6. Scene 6 [7:37] 7. Scene 7 [6:36] 8. Scene 8 [8:23] 9. Scene 9 [7:42] 10. Scene 10 [3:48] 11. Scene 11 [2:05] 12. Scene 12 [4:27] 13. Scene 13 [6:07] 14. Scene 14 [8:29] 15. Scene 15 [5:57] 16. Scene 16 [2:33]
Disc #1 -- St. Vincent Play Set Up Audio Options English 5.1 Dolby Digital Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital French 5.1 Dolby Digital Captions & Subtitles English For The Hearing Impaired Spanish Captions & Subtitles: None Scenes Bonus Deleted Scenes Play All Ocinski's Mom Five Grand Playing Basketball Saint Oliver I'm Seeing A Shrink Life Insurance Policy Vincent Gets Even Oliver Succeeds Oliver Strolls With Dad Maggie and David Breakfast Lunch With Sandy Bill Murray Is St. Vincent: The Patron Saint Of Comedy
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