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‘Freeland’: Krisha Fairchild Shines in the Most Depressing Stoner Movie of All Time [Review]

Please Note: “Critical Thinking” was originally scheduled to premiere at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival. With the express consent of the representatives of the filmmakers, we present the review of the film here.Marijuana might be cinema’s favorite drug. Moving past “The Big Lebowski” or “Pineapple Express,” you can trace Hollywood’s adoration for kush all the […]

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Émilie Simon Contributes Flamenco/Gypsy Vibe to John Turturro’s ‘The Jesus Rolls’

For French musician Émilie Simon, the flamenco-meets-gypsy vibe writer-director John Turturro was seeking for the soundtrack to his movie “The Jesus Rolls” turned out to be in her musical and genetical DNA.“This music originally comes from where I grew up in the south of France,” says the 41-year-old electronic musician, who has released five albums […]

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‘The Jesus Rolls’ Trailer: ‘The Big Lebowski’ Spin-Off Features A Cast Of Lowlifes Hitting The Road

When it was announced, people were fairly shocked that the first real continuation of the world originated in “The Big Lebowski” would be focused on the supporting character, Jesus Quintana. But yet, that’s exactly what “The Jesus Rolls” is, and the new trailer gives us a first real look at what the plot of the […]

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John Turturro’s ‘Big Lebowski’ Spin-Off Still on the Way, Just Needed Some Tweaking

It’s been two and a half years since we heard anything about John Turturro‘s spin-off from The Big Lebowski focusing on his cocky bowling character Jesus Quintana. We saw a first look photo from the film, titled Going Places, featuring Turturro back in a purple wardrobe and do-rag, but since then, we have heard nothing […]

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‘Under the Silver Lake’ Is Turning Cinephiles Into Self-Styled Sleuths

Whether you’ve seen “Under the Silver Lake” or not, you might be asking yourself the same question Andrew Garfield spends most of the film pondering: What does it all mean? So are the members of a small-but-devoted subreddit, where tinfoil-hat-wearing sleuths have been theorizing about the many clues in David Robert Mitchell’s sun-baked neo-noir for […]

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Jeff Bridges Steers Golden Globes Audience Towards ‘Creating a Healthy Planet For All of Us’

There are few Hollywood stars more deserving of a career-spanning achievement award than Jeff Bridges, who has been acting since he was an actual infant — the son of the legendary actor Lloyd Bridges and actress and writer Dorothy Bridges made his uncredited debut in John Cromwell’s “The Company She Keeps” when he was less […]

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Jeff Bridges: ‘If I’m Lucky, I’ll Be Associated With the Dude for the Rest of My Life’

Chris Pine introduced the Cecil B. DeMille tribute to his “Hell and High Water” co-star Jeff Bridges at the 69th Golden Globes by referencing Bridges’ most iconic movie role, the Dude in “The Big Lebowski.”“Well, far out man, your dudeness. He’s made eccentric characters truly iconic. And yes, I am talking about el dude.”Bridges, who […]

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Movies New to Netflix in December: ‘The Big Lebowski,’ ‘The Lobster,’ and More

Just in time for the holiday season, Netflix has unveiled a host of classics to keep you cozy throughout those long, cold nights. As Oscar season gears up, there are plenty of excellent films on offer in theaters, but nothing beats staying on the couch with an old classic. As the streaming giant enters the […]

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