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Old 08-22-2012, 09:57 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by tipplej View Post
Also the explanation to Groundhog was poor, he just sort of fell in love and it stopped happening to him, which always felt a bit weak to me. Unless I misundersood the end!
he didn't fell in love, over the course of his curse he became a better man until the loop just stopped feeling like a curse. Love GHD. Besides being spot on in everything it attempted, it's also a great example of a very economic and minimalist movie.

Anyway, who doesn't love misterious loop paradoxes? Your premise sounds intriguing enough, heads up.
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