Thursday, May 1, 2014

"Groundhog Day is a better movie than the Torah"

Harold Ramis was not dissing the Torah.  Embedding is disabled, but this is a very, very insightful discussion on what may be my favorite movie.  This is perhaps my favorite scene:

Because it's more than just learning 19th Century French Poetry to impress a girl.  It's the journey that matters, not so much the destination.  Worth watching again, just like reading the Torah (or the Gospels, or your favorite holy book) each year is worth it.  It's a journey, one that none of us will likely see completed in our mortal lives.

1 comment:

ASM826 said...

One of my favorite movies. Did you know that the idea was he was stuck in Groundhog Day for 10,000 years before he learned what he was supposed to learn from that day?