A comedy classic starring Bill Murray turns 25 today.
Groundhog Day follows the adventures of Murray’s jaded T-V weatherman Phil Connors, as he is mysteriously forced the live the
same day over and over.
The film did an amazing job of blending light hearted and dark humour together showing the steady downward spiral of being stuck in a time loop.
A film, if there ever was one, you can certainly hold up as a prime example of an intelligent comedy.
The late director, Harold Ramis, reportedly tapped in to his Buddhist beliefs and suggested it takes 10-thousand years to elevate
a human spirit.