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The Big Lebowski
Year:
1998
Country:
USA, UK
Genre:
Crime, Comedy
IMDB rating:
8.2
Director:
Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Jeff Bridges as Jeffrey Lebowski - The Big Lebowski
John Goodman as Walter Sobchak
Julianne Moore as Maude Lebowski
Steve Buscemi as Theodore Donald 'Donny' Kerabatsos
David Huddleston as Jeffrey Lebowski - The Big Lebowski
Tara Reid as Bunny Lebowski
Philip Moon as Woo, Treehorn Thug
Mark Pellegrino as Blond Treehorn Thug
Peter Stormare as 'Karl Hungus'
Flea as Nihilist #2, Kieffer
Torsten Voges as Nihilist #3, Franz
Jack Kehler as Marty
Storyline: When "The Dude" Lebowski is mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski, two thugs urinate on his rug to coerce him into paying a debt he knows nothing about. While attempting to gain recompense for the ruined rug from his wealthy counterpart, he accepts a one-time job with high pay-off. He enlists the help of his bowling buddy, Walter, a gun-toting Jewish-convert with anger issues. Deception leads to more trouble, and it soon seems that everyone from porn empire tycoons to nihilists want something from The Dude.
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Reviews
The more times you watch this movie, the better it gets!
To anyone that did not like this movie or gave it a bad review, please do yourself a favor and watch it again. I thought it was pretty good the first time I saw it but I would say it is great after the third and fourth times. Probably the most re-watchable movie ever made. Clever writing and great acting = One of the best Coen Bros movies, ever!

1)Fargo 2)The Big Lebowski 3)No Country For Old Men.

"Jackie Treehorn treats objects like women, man."
2017-08-04
Dude has a great lifestyle.
Great movie,great cast and great story. This movie has such great characters and they are so original. To sum it all up,I can say that this movie is very funny with a great cast who acts their roles perfect. And by the way,The Dude has a great lifestyle.
2002-06-14
10 out of 10, I am out of my element!
I was going to give this a 9 out of 9, but then I told myself, negative this movie is a timeless classic that deserves and has earned a 10 out of 10! It is funny, but not too funny. The storyline is amazingly done, with a group of amazing casting choices and The Dude Jeff Bridges does an amazing job playing a dude, who is The Dude! No, but seriously it is one of the greatest movies that I have seen and I can't be bored of it, no matter how many times I have re-watched it. The movie and cast is fantastic.
2017-08-16
The Greatest Story Ever Told
The rug really tied the room together. This movie is my all time favorite and incorporates everything that you would ever want to see in a movie. It has nihilists, marmots, bowling, weed, porn stars, old western drifters, and much more. This movie gets funnier everytime I watch it. If you haven't seen it yet, put on your shoes, get in the car and drive down to the video store right now. Before you know it you'll be howling with laughter at Walter's continous shouts of 'Shut the f*ck up, Donny!'. Go see it, now!
2001-05-21
It is an OK movie
I'm trying to be fair here and rating it 6/10. It's a descent movie, likely worth watching for most people. I watched it a few years back, before I really heard about it, and thought it was OK. I made it through the whole thing, but there were parts that dragged and it's also borderline depressing at times, but has enough humor sprinkled in to get me through. it IS quirky, and I can see how the 'cult classic' gets attached due to the repetition of certain comedic themes throughout. It's definitely not a 10/10 movie, and likewise the 1/10 reviews are basically just a reaction to it's overrating.

I've heard a lot about how great it is since the first time I saw it, and recently just watched it again since it was free on TV. The second time felt just like the first...it was OK.
2015-06-27
Indefensible garbage
I have been a fan of a number of efforts from the Coen Brothers. Truthfully, even when they miss the mark, I am still able to find something worthwhile in the effort. The Big Lebowski is the exception to that rule. I originally saw it in theaters, where it played for an eyeblink and received mixed reviews. It was one of the few films my family has ever walked out on. I caught it later on cable and watched it to the end to see if I missed anything worthwhile, since it had inexplicably developed a cult following. The answer was a resounding no.

In what can complimentary be deemed a plot, the action centers on a zoned out bowler nicknamed The Dude, who somehow is mistaken for the title billionaire and gets pulled into what must be the most ill-conceived kidnapping plot in the history of cinema.

The ludicrous nature of the action would seem to recommend it to comedy, but the film is devoid of laughs. Unless the idea of a young woman's body parts being sent via mail is especially funny to you. The film introduces one needless and ostentatiously bizarre character after another in order to drum up some semblance of entertainment, but since none of them are important to the "plot" and have nothing of comical worth to contribute, it all seems a huge waste.

The dialogue is basically thinking up new ways to drop the f-bomb every 10 seconds. What passes for comedy is having the avuncular narrator (Sam Elliott) actually stop the proceedings at the midway point to good-naturedly ask The Dude why he has to to use such chronic foul language, to which The Dude responds with another f-bomb. How meta! How coy! And to rouse viewers lulled into a stupor, there are occasionally pointless unrelated fantasy sequences.

Julianne Moore shows up to no avail, speaking in some wacko old-Hollywood actress rhythm (think Jennifer Jason Leigh in The Hudsucker Proxy). But whereas Leigh's impersonation had a legitimate reason to be, Moore's quite simply does not. Jeff Bridges can be an amazing actor and has contributed some wonderful cinematic contributions. This is not one of them. It seems incomprehensible that a following has cropped up around this character, because The Dude is little more than a cipher. The Dude is a completely passive non-entity, who spends the duration in a zoned out state. He seems to have nary an opinion on anything and it is inconceivable that anyone could mistake him for the title character, much less a sentient being at all. The plot careens him from one improbable and unfunny set-up to another eliciting little in the way of energy or emotion from him. He is just not remotely interesting here.

The only appealing or likable characters in the film are Elliott's narrator and Steve Buscemi, as a perpetually sunny and helpful fellow bowler. Alas, Buscemi is basically here to be bullied, brutalized, cursed at, and finally die. If most of the cast is awash in unlikable and appalling characters, the worst by far is John Goodman. The normally reliable Goodman is so over-the-top that his every moment on screen is like fingernails down a chalkboard. He plays The Dude's "best friend", a completely incompetent bully who inserts himself into everything to the detriment of all involved. He drops the f-bomb as much as The Dude and treats everyone around him with loud-mouthed contempt. He is an illiterate, detestable, brutish bore and the performance desecrates the screen, yet the filmmakers actually seem to think his antics are a riot. The film is pretty awful without Goodman's godawful work, but with his participation it descends even further into cinematic hell.

I cannot think of anything to say complimentary about the film and the fact that this abomination was vomited forth by otherwise talented filmmakers seems inexcusable.
2017-01-27
Simply Beautiful
It's a travesty that most critics only read The Big Lebowski at its most superficial level and called it a modern take on a Raymond Chandler potboiler. I simply can't begin to perceive how one could sit down in front of this cinematic pop-poetry, as it plates gold on the silver screen, and not feel so incredibly alive. The dream sequence Busbee Berkley musical numbers are unique and awe-inspiring; the humor is rich, subtle, and clever in the way it satirizes politically correct arrogance; the free-flowing story avoids (even pokes fun at) nonessentials like plot points and pay-offs. But what really makes this film such a masterpiece, such a panacea, is the incredible humanism, the care that the Coen brothers put in developing The Dude (Jeff Bridges), Walter (John Goodman), Donnie (Steve Buscemi-tremendously endearing), and Brandt (magnificently played by Phillip Seymour Hoffman). Looking at the films use of Sam Elliott to play The Stranger, who constantly rambles about the many wonders of The Dude (among other things), it is clear that the film is an ode to a Dudist way of life. And in a time where so many film promise that they have the answer to the worlds problems and end up as slick, stylistic show-off films, what more could one ask for than a good-hearted film like this? Not to mention the performance by Jeff Bridges, which ranks among the best performances of the nineties; he has a relaxed slouch, a goofy smile, an enthusiastic dance, and his buttons can only be pushed by Walter, who John Goodman plays with charm and fury. The Coen brothers have always been considered 'cold' filmmakers, but there is nothing here but warmth and humanity (as is the case with the Coens' Fargo). What we have here is one of the greatest achievements in modern cinema and if you can't see that, grab a White Russian, hit the bowling ally, and find your inner-Dude as soon as possible.
2004-10-16
The best film in a long time.
The Big Lebowski was the first Coen Brothers' film I saw and although I can't say it's an equal to "The Man Who Wasn't There" or "Fargo" in terms of intricacy or overall style - it still remains my favourite by the Coens'.

Jeff Bridges is perfect as The Dude and John Goodman delivers his best performance so far as Walter; an annoyingly loveable Vietnam veteran.

The music is used brilliantly to the point that the film and it's soundtrack seem to be insperatable - a feat only accomplished by two other movies in my opinion - Reservoir Dogs and Natural Born Killers.

My only complaint would be that Steve Buscemi was a little underused and that his only lines seemed to be a lead into him being told to "Shut the **** up!" by Walter. But maybe that's the whole point.

Deffinately a treat for any fan of film, Coen or otherwise.

10 out of 10.
2002-09-05
Relaxed spoof with charm.
Something about an aging hippie called "The Dude" who is hired to find a woman who's kidnapping was faked and who was supposed to be ransomed with fake money, but none of that has anything to do with the film, which makes fun of just about everything, fake or genuine.

Among the targets of the Coen brothers' jibes, I was able to identify political correctness, movies about private investigators, Busby Berkley, Njinsky, the psychedelic subculture, pornography, celebrity, the ritual solemnity of funerals, sage old Westerners (cf., Curly in "City Slickers"), the military mentality, the violent gangs of terrorists with German accents that insist on turning up in action movies, hippies, and Malibu.

The acting is just good enough, with Jeff Bridges and John Goodman fitting nicely into their roles. Here's an example of some wit from the dialog. Bridges is a private investigator. He finds his car being broken into by a stranger, pulls the man out, and threatens him. Wait! the other guy shouts. He's a private investigator too, just like Bridges, "a brother Shamus." "Brother Seamus? Like an Irish Monk?"

There's a lot of malice in this film but it's undercut by a gentle, easy-going presentation that embodies a certain off-kilter charm and is more likely to lead to smiles than either outright laughter or self-righteous resentment. I forgive it its occasional misdirection.

It's not a masterpiece but it's certainly an original piece of work, and it probably ought to be seen for that reason alone, if not for any other. The MBA committees that are currently grinding out the Supersonicburgers in Hollywood should be the first in line. They need the lesson.
2007-09-23
The rug really ties the room together!
As bowling movies go (and fortunately there aren't many), I think we have to admit that The Big Lebowski has it all over Kingpin (which itself was pretty good). The Dude, Walter, Donny, Brandt, Maude, Bunny, Jesus, and even The Stranger & The Nihilists are all very memorable characters, and you'll laugh pretty much all the way through. The Coen brothers have made some great flicks, but this one's the best.
2002-05-28
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