The Super Bowl isn't the only thing happening on Sunday. It's also Groundhog Day. Yep, you know what that means: time to screen Groundhog Day, the 1993 flick starring Bill Murray as Phil Connors, a meteorologist who relives February 2…over and over again. Here's why we want to go to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, grab a drink with Phil and co., and throw it back...over and over again.
1. This cast seriously got into the production. Considering they were shooting the same scenes in the same locations for days at a time, they basically all lived the plot of the movie. Unfortunately for Murray, the realistic nature of the filming got a little too real: a groundhog bit him twice, and he had to get anti-rabies shots. Badass!
2. Director Harold Ramis considered A-listers like Tom Hanks, Steve Martin and John Travolta for the role of Connors—but ultimately picked Murray because they were "too nice," and he "has a nastiness." Well, don't we all? Props to Murray for portraying one of the most realistically flawed dudes ever—and his snarky one-liners still own. "I'm going to give you a prediction about this winter? It's going to be cold, it's going to be dark and it's going to last you for the rest of your lives!" Best. Meteorologist. Ever.
3. Um, the epicness of this piano solo alone is reason enough to go watch the movie right now. But if you're holding off till the weekend, check it out below.