Columbia Pictures Corporation released Groundhog Day to theaters on February 12, 1993. Harold Ramis directed the film which starred Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott.
‘Groundhog Day’ Movie Summary
Phil Connors is a smug, egotistical weatherman in Pittsburgh. He is sent to the quaint small town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to report on the annual groundhog celebration with his loathsome cameraman and the new, adorable producer, Rita. Phil fights back at every turn on Groundhog Day against the simple, charming, eccentric residents he finds as worthless as last night’s cold shower.
Until he wakes up the next morning… to Groundhog Day. Again. Thinking it’s deja vu all over again, Phil sleepwalks through the day like a bad dream until he wakes up the next morning… to Groundhog Day. Again… Phil experiences the Five Stages of Grief as he goes from mildly amused at the possibilities with the women and dimwits of the town, to generally irritated about his entrapment, to maniacally manipulative of the unattainable Rita, to downright suicidal over the never-ending barrage of sweetness and goodness surrounding him until even Phil has to start searching himself to see if there is a better way to cope with his nightmare of endless Groundhog Days…until he can somehow get to Tomorrow.read full summary
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