Groundhog Day

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Bill Murray's Groundhog Day was originally received as yet another light n' clever 90's rom-com, but has since gone on to become a cultural icon in the vein of It's a Wonderful Life as audiences picked up on the deeper layers of this amazingly structured, almost Buddhist life lesson.  But don't let this write-up fool you; on the way to all that trippy inner peace, Martini Giant is more than happy to get all hot-buttony about politics, Louis CK, and the use of offensiveness in art. Also in this episode: Thron use the word "ingratiating" as if it's a complement, inadvertently revealing much about his own childhood.

 
Erick SchieleLos Angeles Ca