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From:Communication Studies (Vol. 58, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedWhen The Big Lebowski was released in 1998, it was paradoxically derided by critics for being both ostentatious and vapid. Nine years later, for at least one critic, it has become the cult film of our times (Palopoli,...
From:Post Script (Vol. 27, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAlthough the Coen brothers routinely deny the possibility of any calculated meaning in their films, they nevertheless produce subtle and substantive works even in their most seemingly frivolous exercises. Perhaps no...
From:Michigan Academician (Vol. 34, Issue 1) Peer-Reviewed"This aggression will not stand, man:" Searching for Agency in The Big Lebowski. Todd A. Comer, Michigan State University; home address: 1007 Cooper Street, Lansing, MI 48910-2715; email@example.com Joel and Ethan...
From:Journal of Religion and Film (Vol. 17, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThis paper explores how the Homeric trope of the 'hero' appears in three films by the writer/directors Ethan and Joel Coen--The Hudsucker Proxy (1994), The Big Lebowski (1998) and No Country for Old Men (2007). It will...
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