Corrected entry: When Phil is driving on the railroad tracks in the evening, the weather is clear and it is not snowing. Later on in the film, Phil is dancing with Rita in the park at around the same time of night and it is snowing. There was no way for Phil to have affected this - the weather should be identical every day.
Corrected entry: It is clear that Phil arrives at Gobbler's Nob at a slightly different time each day, some days earlier, some days later. Why then does that song that keeps on playing there start the moment he arrives - it's never part of the way through, it starts when he comes into shot.David Mercier
Corrected entry: It only takes around 2 seconds for the piano student to stop playing, get her coat and books and be kicked out of the house.
Corrected entry: When Bill Murray exits the bed and breakfast on the first day, you'll notice that his later piano teacher is walking towards Gobbler's Nob. The second day, a different amount of time goes by between the time Bill Murray leaves the bed and breakfast and sure enough, the same people are walking towards Gobbler's Nob, including the piano teacher. Did they all adjust their own personal schedule for Phil Connors?
Corrected entry: When the pickup truck smashes through the gate, you can see that its grill is already busted.
Corrected entry: In one of the scenes when the German dressed waitress is carrying beers, her clothes are different from one scene to the next.
Corrected entry: At the end, in the bar, we see Larry trying to impress Nancy, who makes an obvious effort to get away from him by declining an invitation to see the inside of his van, saying she's going in to the party. He starts to follow when Rita comes up and he stops to talk to her. Instead of using this opportunity to escape, Nancy comes back to stand beside Larry. This makes no sense at all, except as a way to tell Rita that Phil was already inside at the party.Chanteuse66
Corrected entry: Bill Murray is supposed to be stuck in Punxsatawny due to a snow storm. In all the night scenes through out the movie there is no shortage of snow, except the night he is out at the bowling alley. When he decides to give his two new friends a ride home, there is no snow anywhere in town.
Corrected entry: In the middle of the film, where Bill Murray is trying to convince Andie Macdowell that he's a god, he introduces them to "Debbie Klaiser and her fiancé, Fred." At the end of the film, after they've gotten married, he introduces them as Debbie and Fred Klaiser. So did he take her name in marriage, or is this one of those places where siblings marry?