The Classic Movie:
The epic, 10,000 year-long story of a man stuck in time who must cope with immortality and his own dickishness. Although it wasn't appreciated at first (our brains weren't fully evolved back in 1993, as evidenced by The Nanny's inexplicable popularity), Groundhog Day is now seen as the turning point in Bill Murray's ascension from funny actor to mythological figure. This movie is one of the greatest accomplishments of our culture.
The s****y Poster:
And that poster is one of the worst. I want to send a squad of Terminators back in time to the meeting where that poster was decided. It must have gone something like this:
"So, what's the movie about?"
"Bill Murray is stuck in time and ..."
"Stuck in time. OK. Put him inside a clock."
"Literally inside the clock?"
"Yes, and obviously the clock has to be unrealistically oversized in order to fit him. But not all of him. Just his head. Meanwhile, Andie MacDowell is also there and doesn't give a s**t that Bill is clearly pleading to be let out."
"I, uh, was thinking maybe something with the groundhog would make se-"