The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowsksi, a Film Review

“The Cohen brothers’ “The Big Lebowski” is a genial, shambling comedy about a human trainwreck, and should come with a warning like the one Mark Twain attached to ‘Huckleberry Finn’: “Persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot.” – Roger Ebert (1998) True to the film critic’s, Roger Ebert, review of the film, The Big Lebowski is an experimental film that challenges the standard Hollywood directing style, if not a mockery. If the audience is expecting for a comprehensive story that is common to most films, this will be a big disappointment with them indeed. The Big Lebowski, a 1998 comedy film, was craftily created with the cinematic skills of Ethan and Joel Cohen. This film has no intention to project any moral obligation to preach or justify the film with its inclusive elements and construction. The Big Lebowksi is it is as it is meant to be told by its creators. It may be a mess to some but it’s a frank and honest yet entertaining movie that offers raw and awkward humor.
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