This is not a review of the dude,
it is a testament to the film in its’ entirety.
Sometimes you feel like a dude, sometimes you don’t. The tao of the film ‘The Big Lebowski‘ reaches every spectrum of my unfiltered soul. The dude, the old man, the german pop star, to name a few. The film strokes a barrage of human emotion that are so prevalent in my life today and the thoughts filtering through my withering sponge. I know first hand that nihilism is exhausting and believe it or not, I am housebroken. Sometimes you just want to take another gander to see if the money is actually in the toilet, sometimes you just want to say “Fuck It”. Before I get too philosophical on your ass. Here.
Lebowski is one of those movies so layered in its’ produce that the hundredth viewing you can still pluck the new leaves from its’ vine. Starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Flea, Phillip Seymore Hoffman, John Turturro, Sam Elliott, Julianne Moore and with Joel and Ethan Coen heading the pilots’ seats, this film leaves no room for error. The carpet really ties this cast together and you’ll never guess what Peter Stormare does, he fixes the cable. The plot? Unimportant for those who have seen it. For those who haven’t seen it? It is a film to be experienced, not read about, see you on July 19th.
So, for the third time here in Norfolk, AltDaily presents ‘The Big Lebowski’ on the big screen at the Naro (map). The event starts @9:15pm on Friday July 19 with a costume contest, caucasians, prizes, and the film shortly showing after. It might be the most important thing you do this year.I’ll be in the back behind the theater offering blow jobs for a thousand bucks a pop. Click here for the facebook event and more information.
As always thanks for stopping by and reading.