Let's face it--the main attraction of the film Groundhog Day isn't Bill Murray. Sure, his trademark phlegmatic delivery, patronizing and pathetic at the same time, is a perfect fit, but the real lure is the concept of the do-over. Murray's character lives a scenario we all dream about: to redo the past armed with infinite knowledge and time. Just think: Bush could achieve world peace, Laura Miller could pass an initiative and Vince Young couldwell, it'd just be a regular day for him.
Tue., Jan. 17