Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day is a 1993 PG comedy directed by Harold Ramis that explores many important spiritual themes. Veteran actor and old spirit Bill Murray plays the sarcastic, misogynist Phil, a television anchor who is assigned to cover a “human interest” story involving a Pennsylvania town that puts on an annual Groundhog Day event. Presumably for the publicity it draws, town leaders keep a captive groundhog which they ceremoniously display on February 1, and announce whether or not winter will be short-lived or extended. Continue reading