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my favourite movies prolly the Big labowski, the cast of dysfunctional characters makes me feel right at home and in my opinion is a movie worthy of its cult following.
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That movie was great. I saw it in the theatre with a friend of mine when it was already out for weeks. We were there with maybe two or three other small groups, but we all were laughing through the entire movie. I didn't really know what to expect, but it just got crazy from the moment it started. Walter, who was played by John Goodman, cracked me up. His constant references to Vietnam, and the irritated look on the Dude's face, played by Jeff Bridges, were priceless. Jesus, played by John Turturro, was also hilarious. We couldn't stop howling when they showed him polishing his bowling ball, or any time he spoke. Coen brother films are great becasue they are usually so original. "Fargo" which was done two years earlier, was also memorable. The directors always cast these amazing actors. I remember my favourite scene was the moment William H. Macy was nervous in his office at the car dealership, because the police started to question him, possibly finding a link to his kidnapping plan. Anyway, he couldn't handle the pressure from Marge, the police officer who was questioning him, so he excused himself from her, and said he had to leave the office to do something for just a moment. So we see her sitting in a chair waiting patiently while he is gone. We all assumed he would come back in just a moment and at least try and dodge the questions, or make up some convincing lie, but instead in the background window we see him driving by in his car fleeing the dealership, because he just couldn't take it any more! We thought the way his character was portrayed was just really funny and very unique.
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