Feeling out of your element? Wish you could find a rug that ties the whole room together?
Well, dude, break out your bowling shoes and pour yourself a White Russian: "The Big Lebowski" will celebrate its 20th anniversary by returning to the big screen in August, if only for two days.
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The Coen Brothers' hilarious 1998 ode to bowling and social misfits will strike select screens nationwide on August 5 and 8 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. local time.
The quirky cult favorite stars Jeff Bridges as an Eagles-hating slacker and bowler whose living room rug is pulled out from under him in a case of mistaken identity.
The cast also includes John Goodman as a Vietnam veteran with a hair-trigger temper, Steve Buscemi as their puppy dog bowling partner, and John Turturro as their most lascivious rival on the lanes. There are also memorable performances by Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ben Gazzara, Sam Elliott, Tara Reid and David Huddleston.
Alternative rock icons Flea and Aimee Mann have cameos as nihilists.
The special screening is part of Turner Classic Movies Big Screen Classics series, coordinated in conjunction with Fathom Events.
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By Kevin Haynes |