Caddyshack

  • Directors: Harold Ramis
  • Producers: Douglas Kenney
  • Writers: Douglas Kenney, Harold Ramis, Brian Doyle Murray
  • Genres: Comedy, Sport
  • Actors: Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, Michael O Keefe, Bill Murray, Dan Resin

Danny Noonan (Michael O’Keefe) works at the upscale Bushwood Country Club as he tries to raise enough money to go to college since his parents cannot afford it and his grades were unremarkable in high school. Danny caddies for Ty Webb (Chevy Chase), the free-spirited playboy son of one of Bushwood’s co-founders, as Ty teaches Danny about the finer points in life usually while showing off random trick shots. One day, Danny decides to caddy for Judge Smails (Ted Knight), the country club’s stodgy co-founder, in hopes of earning his favor when Smails awards the next scholarship. Smails’ golfing group includes includes Dr. Beeper, Bishop Pickering and Smails’ grandson, Spaulding. They are also joined by Smails’ sensuous niece, Lacey Underall (Cindy Morgan) , who is visiting for the summer. Meanwhile, Sandy McFiddish, Bushwood’s greenskeeper, entrusts his assistant Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) to remove a gopher digging tunnels underneith the fields.

During the game, Smails is mocked by Al Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield), a flamboyant nouveau riche real estate tycoon. Al loudly wagers $1,000 that Smails will miss his relatively short putt, which draws a crowd of onlookers. Smails misses the putt and, in anger, flings his putter in a blind rage, striking a woman. Danny takes responsibility for the incident, claiming the grips on the club were worn and Smails was not responsible, finally putting Danny in good standing with the judge. Smails mentions to Danny that the caddy scholarship has become available again, and encourages him to apply. At a Fourth of July banquet, Danny and girlfriend, Maggie O’Hooligan, work as servers as Danny becomes enamored of Lacey. Maggie informs Danny of Lacey’s sexually promiscuous reputation, but it only seems to encourage him further. However, when Ty arrives, he too catches the eye of Lacey.

The match is held the following day as Smails chooses Danny to be his caddy. Suddenly, word spreads of the stakes involved and a crowd builds. With Smails’ team is winning at the end of the 9th hole, Czervik decides to double the stakes to $40,000. Afterwards, Czervik is lightly hit by a ricocheting ball, but pretends to be hurt in hopes of having the contest declared a draw. The clubs’s manger, Lou, standing in as an umpire, tells Czervik would forfeit unless they were to use a substitute. Webb chooses Danny as Smails threatens to revoke Danny’s scholarship, but Czerik offers Danny a better offer as Danny turns down the judge’s scholarship. At the final hole, the score is tied. Judge Smails makes his putt, putting the Smails-Beeper team ahead by one shot. Danny must sink his very long putt to force a tie. Czervik raises the stakes to a double-or-nothing $80,000 on Danny making the putt, which Smails accepts. Danny’s putt reaches the edge of the cup stating that he lost the game. However, at that moment, Carl detonates the explosives in attempt to blast out the gopher. The force of the explosions rocks the course enough to cause Danny’s ball to drop, thereby winning the $80,000 bet for Webb and Czervik. The gopher emerges, unharmed by the explosives, and dances to Kenny Loggins’ “I’m All Right”.

Daddy Day Camp

  • Directors: Fred Savage
  • Producers: Matt Berenson, Wyck Godfrey, Co Producer, Adam Goldberg, Rhiannon Meier, Executive Producer, John Davis, Matt Berenson, Derek Dauchy, Chris Emerson, Richard Hull, Nancy Kirhoffer, Jefferson Richard
  • Writers: Geoff Rodkey, J David Stem, David N Weiss, Story, Geoff Rodkey, Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow, Characters, Geoff Rodkey
  • Genres: Comedy, Family
  • Actors: Cuba Gooding Jr, Paul Rae, Lochlyn Munro, Tamala Jones, Spencir Bridges, Richard Gant, Josh McLerran, Talon Ackerman, Brian Doyle Murray

After opening Daddy Day Care, Charlie (Cuba Gooding Jr.) and Phil (Paul Rae) decide to expand their business and buys a dilapidated camp they attended as kids, turning it into Daddy Day Camp. The two men soon face foreclosure, low enrollment, and plenty of repairs. The few kids that remain at the camp eventually band together when Charlie’s father, Col. Buck Hinton (Richard Gant), starts to control the whole camp and eventually the kids start to form a team instead of fighting each other. They then battle the rival day camp in an Olympiad. In the end, the kids prevail and more kids come to the camp saving Camp Driftwood from foreclosure.

Groundhog Day

  • Directors: Harold Ramis
  • Producers: Trevor Albert, Harold Ramis
  • Writers: Danny Rubin, Danny Rubin and, Harold Ramis
  • Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
  • Actors: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott, Stephen Tobolowsky, Brian Doyle Murray

Self-centered TV meteorologist Phil Connors, his producer Rita, and cameraman Larry from the fictional Pittsburgh television station WPBH-TV9 travel to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to cover the annual Groundhog Day festivities with Punxsutawney Phil. Having grown tired of this assignment, Phil grudgingly gives his report and attempts to return back to Pittsburgh when a blizzard that he predicted would miss the area shuts down the main roads. Phil and his team are forced to stay in town an extra day.

Phil wakes up to find that he is reliving February 2 again. Everyone else is repeating the same actions as the day before, seemingly unaware of the time loop, though Phil remains aware of the events of the previous day. At first he is confused, but, when the loop continues, he starts to try to take advantage of the situation without fear of long-term consequences: learning secrets from the town’s residents, seducing women, stealing money, and driving drunk. However, his attempts to get closer to Rita are repeatedly shut down. With each passage of the loop, Phil becomes despondent; during one loop, he kidnaps Punxsutawney Phil and after a long police chase, drives over a cliff, appearing to kill both himself and the groundhog. However, Phil wakes up in the next loop and finds that nothing has changed; further attempts at suicide are just as fruitless as he continues to find himself back at the start of February 2.

Phil wakes up the next day, and finds the time loop has broken; it is now February 3 and Rita is still in bed with him. As the team prepare to return to Pittsburgh, Phil and Rita talk about eventually settling down in Punxsutawney, but they’ll “rent to start.”