Forcing fun doesn’t work. It’s why Bill Murray has so much trouble wooing Andie MacDowell in Groundhog Day. When the poor sap repeats the same day for years on end, he decides that gluttony, easy sex, and theft just aren’t enough to fill the days. Empty fun doesn’t cut it; he wants the real deal. So he asks her out for a romantic dinner night after night, slowly building up a dossier of intimacy so that he won’t just seduce her but will make her fall in love with him.