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Groundhog Day

4th February 2011

This week the fabled and celebrated Punxsutawney Phil the Groundhog emerged from a hole in the ground in the area of Gobbler’s Knob (yes, really) Punxsutawney and made a decision with far reaching consequences.  The tradition is this - if he emerges from his hole and sees his shadow then Pennsylvania will have a long winter (at least another six weeks of snow), if he doesn’t then winter is all but over.

The good news? Phil didn’t see his shadow so the threatened six weeks of snow will not materialise.

The bad news? Phil gets it wrong 60% of the time.

The whole groundhog thing dates back to the late eighteen eighties though it’s unconfirmed whether it’s the original Phil still making the predictions...

The annual ritual was featured in the movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray and Andie McDowall as respectively a television cameraman and reporter who are stranded in Punxsutawney whilst filming the groundhog tradition for a national television station.

Murray plays Phil Connors, a world weary cynic who is trying to wisecrack his way into the knickers of McDowell’s news producer Rita, without any success. Without a great deal of hokum to explain it Phil (Murray not the groundhog) wakes up one morning to find himself still in his hotel room in Punxsutawney and apparently it is yesterday once more. Connors is forced to live the same day over and over again and he eventually gains some self knowledge whilst also winning over the girl.

It’s a very funny, occasionally laugh out loud movie. We have the benefit, like Collins of seeing his trial and error attempts at getting Rita to fall for him and an understanding of what he needs to change, refine or maintain both actions wise and personality wise.

In the course of the movie he learns to speak fluent French – she enjoys French poetry, play the piano like a maestro, sculpt beautiful statues out of ice with a chainsaw but most importantly of all he learns how to become a better man.

Murray has made a career out of playing the wisecracking cynic in films such as Scrooged, Ghostbusters and more. More recently however he has become an established character actor, in movies such as Lost in Translation, Broken Flowers and Get Low, a new release also featuring Robert Duval and Sissy Spacek. Get Low film was released mid two thousand and ten in the United States to very favourable critical reviews. Murray is also the voice of Charlie in the Charlie’s Angels movies and is said to be reprising his nineteen eighties role as Dr Peter Venkman in a new Ghostbusters movie. Groundhog Day 2 – now that’s what I want to see... or will it feel like most Hollywood sequels - the same plot rehashed? But then it would be Groundhog Day!

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