Well, what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today.
Phil Connors (Bill Murray) in the fantasy-comedy Groundhog Day (1993). Though coolly received by critics at the time, the story of a weatherman in a small town who keeps living the same day has gone on to be a much loved film. The term Groundhog Day has also become a common phrase, with the film itself entering the prestigious United States Film Registry in 2006.
This movie is very special to me for many reasons, Alex, including this one: Groundhog Day is my birthday!
What a cool day to have a birthday. The way I see it is that Groundhog shares t with you 😛. I thought about posting it in February but after seeing the film again recently I just couldn’t wait.
Very good film. One of Murray’s best, far as I’m concerned.
That, Ghostbusters and Rushmore for me performance wise. Of all the ones he’s been in, I’d go with Ed Wood as my favourite.
You have to see “What About Bob”
So are you a Neil Diamond yay or nay kind of girl?
Nice song. I had no idea he wrote Red Red Wine too.
He did? I had no clue either. Red red wine makes me feel anything but fine . Ugh
must’ve watched it 4 times, and I’ve never been tired of it… 🙂 Bill is one of the greatest actors of his generation!!! ❤
He really is one a kind. No one else could have played that role better.
Such an interesting movie actually. You like it? 🙂
It has real charm. It could easily have gone wrong, but it’s quirky and wonderful.
love this movie and this is such a great quote which sums it all up. great choice Alex!
Just one of those magic films. And a nice moral in there too.
The curse only ends when he starts to be genuinely nice to people.
I was joking… ive seen this movie so many times. One of my all time faves
I’m glad you decided to Cher that info 😛
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