Bill Murray has, in recent years, experienced a surge in popularity and recognition for being one of the greatest comic minds in cinema. One of his many masterpieces is Caddyshack, hailed by ESPN as the funniest sports movie ever cut. In it, he plays Carl Spackler, a shabby, monomaniacal groundskeeper at Bushwood Country Club as the fairways are plagued by a cunning gopher, and the club itself by nouveau riche golfcart-upsetter Al Czervik, played by Rodney Dangerfield, whose crass one-liners drive a movie about puberty and first jobs, pride, failed boat launches and the general floating mayhem that is the local country club. Catch this solid-gold classic at Payette Brewing shortly after Alive After Five on Wednesday, Aug. 7, or go step on a duck.
8 p.m. $5 (children)-$10. Payette Brewing River Street Taphouse, 733 S. Pioneer St., Boise, boisefilmfoundation.com.