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Bill Murray holds together this original plot by Harold Ramis. What starts off as a comedy slowly has a romantic element titrated in, so that all audiences can watch and enjoy Phil (Bill Murray) learn selflessness, community and what's important in life.
It's a sweet warm film and it's a storyline and message but sadly i felt the film in general and the humour was a little old-fashion, although Bill Murray did play his part really well. can't help be very it could be so much better.
This is a classic featuring an unbelievably charming performance from Bill Murray. The story line is great in spite of a few cliches and some weaker performances, but the movie is funny, well-filmed and Bill Murray's performance makes the movie.
Kinda full of bullshit. Reliving the same events is boring especially through Phil who is an ass. Then it got cheesy too. I will keep one thing from this movie: Sometimes we can't change things, We make choices and we live with them, there are consequences
Surprisingly great film. It's a movie I went in as a kid thinking it would be funny, but lame plot. It was actually written way better than expected. Well thought out and funny as all hell. Even as an adult it still holds up very very well. Other than Ghostbusters, this is by far Bill Murray's best movie.
Stumbled upon it this year on the fitness center TV, on Groundhog Day of course. Ended up going home and watching the whole thing on Hulu. Hadn't seen it for years. It holds up rather well, an original and fun romantic comedy (as long as you don't get hung up on that early '90s fashion, lol)
Classic! Bill Murray in his prime. Amazing story, scenery, and supporting characters. Philosophical too, digs into the virtues of doing good things, being good for goodness sake. Just lovely, and funny. Watched at Eau Claire with Clay (Flashback Film Fest), February 4, 2017