A person reliving the same day over and over again– with such a spectacularly simple yet wildly brilliant idea, Groundhog Day became a cultural phenomenon. Infamously, Danny Rubin, the screenwriter of the 1993 film has said previously that this wasn’t even his best idea at the time, which certainly isn’t bad for a writer who hasn’t coined any other notable works, but has come away with a regularly used expression in the lexicon.
Okay campers, rise and shine! And don’t forget your booties, cause it’s cold out there! It’s cold out there every day when you live it eternally.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed