Movie House Memories

Groundhog Day (1993)

Episode #122

Columbia Pictures Corporation released Groundhog Day on February 12, 1993. Harold Ramis directed the film starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott.

‘Groundhog Day’ Movie Summary

Phil Connors is weather man on his fourth year covering Groundhog Day festivities in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, and he makes no effort to mask his displeasure over it. However, this year is different. When a sudden blizzard hits the area, he and his crew must spend the night there. Upon waking up the following morning, Phil discovers its Groundhog Day again… and each subsequent morning for years there after. At first, he uses this to his advantage, then coming to the sad realization that he’s going to be stuck in that town for eternity, he tries to make the best of it.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation released Groundhog Day on February 12, 1993. Harold Ramis directed the film starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and Chris Elliott.

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  1. Interesting that Bobby and Shane seem disagree more with the 4 of you than you all seem to with each other. Coma? That’s a pretty surprising pick.

    1. Yeah, they don’t like many of our choices! …and Coma is more of a nostalgia pick for Lori I think…kind of like my Over the Edge pick a few months back.

    2. If it was a technical/critical top-100 list, I’m sure Shane and I would have more in common with the other guys/girl and their picks (like “The Godfather” and “Gone With The Wind”). 🙂 But I was told it’s my personal top-100 and I have too many movies that aren’t technical achievements as much as just hitting me in my sweet spot. I’m sure half my list wouldn’t be on anyone else’s favs list either. They all hated “The Last Picture Show” and didn’t like “The General” so the first 2-out-of-2 picks of mine are in the National Film Registry and not top-100 worthy I guess so we all have our preferences. At least “Groundhog Day” was universally liked by our panel so I’m 1-for-3. 🙂

      1. Bobby? BobbyT2412? Bing!! Seriously, I love this movie too. I saw the live prediction by Phil on Feb 2 2019 on YouTube. The crowd loved it.

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