Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
Politics shaken, not stirred
A couple of weeks ago Bill Murray did a “Ask Me Anything” on reddit. Here is what he had to say about Groundhog Day.
–]cupcake1713 3083 points 4 days ago
Every year my dad and I watch Groundhog Day together on Groundhog Day. It’s one of my favorite movies of all time. What was it like filming the same scenes over, and over, and over?
[–]_BillMurray[S] 3898 points 4 days ago
Well, that part was fine, the filming of the scenes over and over because you know that’s what the story is. The scripts is one of the greatest conceptual scripts I’ve ever seen. It’s a script that was so unique, so original, and yet it got not acclaim. To me it was no question that it was the greatest script of the year. To this day people are talking about it, but they forget no one paid any attention to it at the time. The execution of the script, there were great people in it. It was a difficult movie to shoot because we shot in winter outdoors. If you ever get to go to Puxatawney, you should go, it is one of the few things that is BETTER than advertised. It’s really something to see. But doing the movie, shooting the scenes over and over, it’s like an acting challenge. It’s like doing a play and those same scenes over and over and again, so you can try to make it better or deeper or funnier than you made it previously.
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Posted by James Wigderson on Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 5:59 am Filed under Library & Pub · Tagged with Bill Murray, groundhog day
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I’ve always enjoyed the movie. Any movie I will watch more than once is good in my book. I’ve seen Groundhog Day many times, though it still ranks distant to the Lord of the Ring trilogy…and much shorter.
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