10. Groundhog Day (1993)
The old saying goes that troubled production often result in the best movies, and that certainly appears to be the case with Groundhog Day, which has become appointment viewing for millions of fans on an annual basis.
Relations between Bill Murray and his director, not to mention Ghostbuster’s co-star, Harold Ramis became so fraught that they didn’t speak to each other again for close to two decades after filming wrapped.
The end result falls somewhere between the rom-com Ramis wanted to make and Murray’s preferred vision for a more cynical and contemplative drama, but Groundhog Day remains an undisputed classic whichever way you want to look at it.