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Best: The Barrack Scenes
The “Groundhog’s Day” effect works best when it’s used as a humorous tool and to show that Cruise’s character is capable of using what he’s learned from having to repeat the same day. Nowhere is that more charmingly shown than in the barrack scenes where Cruise goes from being an interloper that his fellow soldiers barely tolerant with unveiled skepticism (since they think he’s a dodger) to his taking command of the situation to keep them out of trouble and win them over from the start.
- Melinda Newman