Mon, 12 February 2018
In 1993, director Harold Ramis reteamed with comedy superstar Bill Murray to tackle a tricky comedy premise that would eventually go on to be modern classic: Groundhog Day. Murray plays a weatherman stuck in small Pennsylvania town during the titular day over and over again despite the many ways he tries to break out of it. But does the film deserve such acclaim or does it need to be forgotten by time? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.
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