It's that time of the year again, and everyone is focusing on Pennsylvania in order to see when Spring will arrive. The holiday is still well regarded among many and of course the holiday is also strongly associated with Bill Murray’s most famous movie, Groundhog Day.
The film released in 1993 is all about how one weatherman travels to the town where the Groundhog predicts Springs arrival but gets caught in a cycle of having to repeat each day over and over. Many networks, which own the rights to the film, will stream it over and over for holiday viewing. It’s one of Murray’s finest pieces of work and is still enjoyed by all despite being over 2 decades old.
It’s genuinely funny but at the same time delivers a valuable lesson in how to respect time and appreciate what you have. With that said it’s a great movie for the kids to enjoy. The movie stars Bill Murray, Andie McDowell, Chris Elliott and Stephen Tobolwsky. It also features Brian Doyle-Murray.
Is the Murray classic available on Netflix? The good news is that it can, but not in all Netflix regions.
Netflix users in Argentina, Brazil and Ecuador can stream movies from their Netflix account. Netflix subscribers in Germany, France, Belgium or Germany will need to use other streaming services.
Let us know if you will be watching Groundhog Day or streaming something.