Bill Murray, aka The King, always nails it, no matter how shitty the movie, although I can't speak for Garfield (in his defense, he apparently thought was a Coen Brothers movie).
Hyde Park on Hudson, opening December 7th, has Murray playing former president Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It details King George's visit to the United States in 1939. Will this be the film that lands him the elusive Oscar statue? Probably not, but by the looks of it he'll be worth the price of admission.
Hard to talk about The King without showing his awesome death scene in Zombieland.