If the movie had as much expression as this poster on the marquee…
This movie is a lot like Groundhog Day, but without the overt comedy and magic that a man could in fact, live a day over and over until he got it right.
The repetition is still there, as is the lead actor. Is it Bill Murray’s best? No, that would be Caddyshack or Meatballs—everyone knows that.
You know, there could be a heap of symbolism oozing from this flick, but I didn’t get the Cliffs Notes with my nine dollar ticket.
I laughed when the credits rolled and was (very) glad to leave the theater.
Go see it if you need a dose of numb reality and some leg cramps.