It’s Groundhog Day, which means only one thing of consequence: Time to remember Harold Ramis’s terrific 1993 movie. Hey, how many days did Bill Murray’s weatherman spend trapped in that perpetual loop, anyway? Also, the wonderful Stephen Tobolowsky reminisces about the movie (and the time a guy in the Bahamas recognized him and thought he was an actual insurance agent). Below, all of the Ned Ryerson scenes from the movie (via TDW).
And now, for the latest in Hollywood’s War on Christmas. “For the first time since 2001, Christmas Day arrives without a holiday-theme movie from the major studios, or even most of the minor ones.” Among the examples they cite are that horrid Jim Carrey “Grinch” movie, so I assume we’re supposed to be happy about this?
Today is International Suit Up Day. The best way to celebrate this holiday is self-explanatory. It might be a simple marketing ploy, but nonetheless if Barney Stinson says to do it, we’ve gotta do it.