He should’ve got an Oscar too!

Murray Gets Jacksonville Festival Award
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Bill Murray, who won a Golden Globe earlier this year for his role in “Lost in Translation,” received a lifetime achievement award at the Jacksonville Film Festival. Murray, 53, kissed the award ó a glass-and-wood turtle ó then made a face.
“It smells like the ocean,” Murray said at the ceremony Saturday night. “It’s the only award I have that does.”
The Golden Globe was the first major acting prize for Murray, who gained fame in the 1970s as a goofball on TV’s “Saturday Night Live” and continued that schtick in movies such as “Caddyshack” and “Meatballs.”
“Lost in Translation,” about two lonely Americans who find friendship in a Tokyo hotel, earned Murray an Oscar nomination.
He told a packed auditorium at the Florida Theatre that his latest honor proves “that I’m not in it just for the awards.”
“It’s just an accident I’m receiving this,” Murray said. “I happen to know Patrick Swayze left unexpectedly, and I happened to be here.”
Murray’s latest film, “Coffee and Cigarettes,” is a compilation of 11 vignettes featuring actors and musicians playing versions of themselves as they sit down for coffee, cigarettes and banter. The film opened Friday in select theaters.