We're back! Finally the crew returns with our review of the 1998 crime black comedy film and cult classic, "The Big Lebowski". Is it true that you need to watch this movie a few times before you can really appreciate its brilliance?
Written, produced, and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. Starring Jeff Bridges as the Dude, John Goodman as Walter, Julianne Moore as Maude, Steve Buscemi as Donny, David Huddleston as the other Lebowski, Philip Seymour Hoffman as Brandt, Tara Reid as Bunny, John Turturro as Jesus, Sam Elliot as "The Stranger"
With a budget of $15mil, it made $46mil in the box office. Currently an 8.1 on IMDb.
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