Year Released: 1993
Staring: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott, Stephen Tobolowsky
Director: Harold Ramis
A weatherman finds himself inexplicably living the same day over and over again.
6 Tiny Reviews
"Classic comedy!, Punxsutawney Phil is the real star here. "
"Funny story done to fit on Bill Murray's shoes. It is good enough and with a moral for the family but I don't get it what this is such a famous movie."
"I can watch this movie again and again and again. Just trying to imagine what I would do in such a situation. And who doesn't like groundhogs?"
"**The Future is Not a Given** _Groundhog Day_ sets out to accomplish the inconceivable, where few comedies, or movies of any kind, or art forms of any device dare to tread. It is determined to ultimately answer: How does one find true happiness. The kind of baby that might have been hatched by crossing Woody Allen and Dali Lama. What's truly amazing is that it pretty well achieves this without being pretentious or portentous. Its humble, pedestrian style coincides with it's charitable message"
"Fantastic watch, will watch again, and do recommend. Bill Murray carries this time-shift-loop adventure in hilarious form. The writing is excellent with a "redeemable protagonist" trope mixed in. The movie is creative with it's divergent time lines and even manages to maintain proper story arcs as Phil continues to loop. The supporting cast is wonderful in each of their roles, and manage to do repeat acting excellently. This was a popularizing (if not a birth) to a genre, everyone s"
"_**Going ’round and ’round the mountain with Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell**_ A curmudgeonly weather reporter from Pittsburgh (Bill Murray) has to report on the Groundhog Day festivities at Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, for the fifth year in a row. He soon finds himself in some kind of strange time warp. Andie MacDowell plays a new producer for the network who joins him on the trek, along with Chris Elliott as the cameraman. “Groundhog Day” (1993) is a dramedy/fantasy with some romance abo"
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