Big Lebowski soundtrack

“The Man in Me”: A Dudeist Hymn

2020.10.27 19:30 Taoman108 “The Man in Me”: A Dudeist Hymn

Hey Dudes,
Today I’m gonna get in the weeds of The Man in Me – our opening credit song. Now I’m no Dylanologist, I’ll leave that work to Greil Marcus and Christopher Ricks, but I’d like to offer my take on this classic. More than a fun soundtrack played over a montage of people bowling, The Man in Me is a Dudeist hymn, containing elements of The Dude we love and mysteries that keep us playing it on repeat.
The first lyrics draw boundaries around the singer. He asserts,
The man in me will do nearly any task
And as for compensation, there's little he would ask
The man in him will do nearly any task. What won’t he do? Well, Dude, we just don’t know. There is, nevertheless, a suggestion that there are some lines our singer will not cross. He might not be as firm as Walter; instead, through his vagueness, he points toward an ethos that’s more circumstantial.
Furthermore, while not selfless, our singer asks for little compensation. All The Dude ever wanted was his rug back. The Dude never demanded more baksheesh, but of course, he wouldn’t turn it away. It’s his indifference toward any financial windfall that makes The Dude so durn interesting.
Then, the song introduces a second character.
Take a woman like you
To get through to the man in me
Who is this woman? Is it Maude? Bunny? Is it Sophia, the goddess of wisdom? Does it matter? What matters is there is a successful communion with this woman. The Big Lebowski is a film in which miscommunication is rampant – characters are constantly talking past each other and repurposing each other’s verbal idiosyncrasies. And yet, this mystery woman stretches out her hand with a promise of connection.
This connection matters, because the world is pretty crazy out there. Our singer continues:
Storm clouds are raging all around my door
I think to myself I might not take it any more
While the weather is mild throughout the film, certainly nice enough for one of Jackie Treehorn’s outdoor frolics, let’s remember that the film unfolds as our first conflict in Iraq begins. The name of that conflict? Operation Desert Storm. Is there a literal storm connection? Maybe not. Still, like the Taoist Dudes of old, The Dude abides during a time of uncertainty and violence. Saber rattlers like The Big Lebowski are asking men to be men on the field of battle, with the possibility of losing one’s legs. It’s enough to make a Venice Beach bowler throw in the towel and say “Fuck it.”
But just in time, she returns, and for an extended visitation into the bridge:
Take a woman like your kind
To find the man in me
But, oh, what a wonderful feeling
Just to know that you are near
Sets my a heart a-reeling
From my toes up to my ears
Here, The Dude hides and our mysterious woman finds. The meeting of the two sends a rapturous feeling from our singer’s toes to ears. The Coen brothers are no theological light weights; they know their Biblical mysticism (check out A Serious Man). Walter routinely quotes Talmudic thinkers and Hebrew sayings. I think there’s a case of Kabbalistic mysticism happening here. In Kabbalah, the yosher imagines the male and female energies of creation turning towards each other to establish harmony. In doing so, our fractured world is healed. That’s a lot to ask of The Dude and Maude’s coitus. But knowing a Little Lebowski is brought into the world is a beautiful continuation of abidance.
We turn now to the final verse, one that neatly sums up Dudeist ethos:
The man in me will hide sometimes to keep from bein' seen
But that's just because he doesn't want turn into some machine
There’s a misunderstanding among non-Dudeists. Dudeists are not misanthropes. We are not hermits or recluses. If we withdraw from the world, we do so as a criticism of a society that would rather see people as automatons, as interchangeable parts in the capitalist juggernaut. We don’t want to steamroll anyone, man. Rather, we hide to remind – we’re a part of nature: soft, maybe inefficient, but connected. It’s a retreat into the greater whole, man.
And we’re not alone:
Took a woman like you
To get through to the man in me
There you have it Dudes. My appreciation for The Man in Me. Now I wrote at length about this text, but I’d be remiss if I left this out – the song begins and ends with Dylan wordlessly singing above his band. Some emotions, joys, and epiphanies transcend the spoken and find their freedom through wordless exuberance.
And with that, I’ll lalalalala myself out.
Take it easy Dudes,
Rev. Ross
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2020.10.22 10:49 shamen_king If I loved Inherent Vice, Under The Silver Lake, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, The Nice Guys and The Big Lebowski, what else should I watch? (Stoner noir with a brilliant soundtracks)

Dreamy style of direction, plots which keep evolving, lovable protagonists and amazing soundtracks. For when you wanna put yourselves in the protagonists shoes and follow him/her around, being the (un)reliable narrator he/she is.
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2020.10.22 07:36 shamen_king If I loved the dreamy, convoluted, ever-evolving plot, direction style and the dude-like protagonist of Inherent Vice, what other movies/shows would I love?

The movie gave me vibes on being on edibles the whole time. Greenwood's brilliant OST just made the experience even trippier. If stoner noir is a genre, please suggest more such ones?
It felt like the lost love-child of LA Confidential and The Big Lebowski. Another movie I loved, which was in a similar vein was Under The Silver Lake. Andrew Garfield followed a long, winding path to find some sort of an answer to his central mystery.
Essentially, it's not just noir I'm looking for. But noir which make you laugh out loud while you try to gather sense of what's happening (think of Doc's board scene in the movie). Movies that will keep you invested in the plot while at the same time, dazzle you with its brilliant soundtracks. Is it safe to say this was an intelligent stoner movie? If that's a genre, can anyone suggest more such ones?
I can work with non-funny ones too.
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2020.10.22 07:30 shamen_king I loved the dreamy, convoluted, ever-evolving plot, direction style and the dude-like protagonist of Inherent Vice. The movie gave me vibes on being on edibles the whole time. Greenwood's brilliant OST just made the experience even trippier. If stoner noir is a genre, please suggest more such ones?

It felt like the lost love-child of LA Confidential and The Big Lebowski. Another movie I loved, which was in a similar vein was Under The Silver Lake. Andrew Garfield followed a long, winding path to find some sort of an answer to his central mystery.
Essentially, it's not just noir I'm looking for. But noir which make you laugh out loud while you try to gather sense of what's happening (think of Doc's board scene in the movie). Movies that will keep you invested in the plot while at the same time, dazzle you with its brilliant soundtracks. Is it safe to say this was an intelligent stoner movie? If that's a genre, can anyone suggest more such ones?
I can work with the not so funny ones too.
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2020.10.19 02:42 JuanRiveara Reddit Chosen Oscars: 1998 Winners

Best Picture
  1. The Truman Show
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. Rushmore
  6. American History X
  7. Mulan
  8. Pleasantville
  9. Out of Sight
  10. Gods and Monster
Best Director
  1. Steven Spielberg for Saving Private Ryan
  2. Terence Malick for The Thin Red Line
  3. Peter Weir for The Truman Show
  4. Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for The Big Lebowski
  5. Wes Anderson for Rushmore
Best Lead Actor
  1. Edward Norton as Derek Vinyard in American History X
  2. Jim Carrey as Truman Burbank in The Truman Show
  3. Jeff Bridges as Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski in The Big Lebowski
  4. Tom Hanks as John H. Miller in Saving Private Ryan
  5. Ian McKellen as James Whale in Gods and Monsters
Best Lead Actress
  1. Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth I in Elizabeth
  2. Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola de Lesseps in Shakespeare in Love
  3. Fernanda Montenegro as Isadora "Dora" Teixeira in Central Station
  4. Jennifer Lopez as Karen Sisco in Out of Sight
  5. Cameron Diaz as Mary Jensen in There’s Something About Mary
Best Supporting Actor
  1. John Goodman as Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski
  2. Ed Harris as Christof in The Truman Show
  3. Bill Murray as Herman Blume in Rushmore
  4. Billy Bob Thornton as Jacob Mitchell in A Simple Plan
  5. Matt Damon as James Francis Ryan in Saving Private Ryan
Best Supporting Actress
  1. Laura Linney as Hannah Gill/Meryl Burbank in The Truman Show
  2. Joan Allen as Betty Parker in Pleasantville
  3. Julianne Moore as Maude Lebowski in The Big Lebowski
  4. Judi Dench as Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love
  5. Lynn Redgrave as Hanna in Gods and Monsters
Best Original Screenplay
  1. The Truman Show
  2. The Big Lebowski
  3. Rushmore
  4. Saving Private Ryan
  5. Shakespeare in Love
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. The Thin Red Line
  2. Out of Sight
  3. Gods and Monsters
  4. A Simple Plan
  5. Primary Colors
Best Animated Film
1. Mulan
2. A Bug’s Life
2. The Prince of Egypt
4. Antz
5. The Rugrats Movie
Best Non-English Language Film
  1. Run Lola Run
  2. After Life
  3. The Celebration
  4. Central Station
  5. Show Me Love
Best Documentary Film
  1. 42 Up
  2. Kurt & Courtney
  3. The Last Days
  4. A Place Called Chiapas
  5. The Cruise
  6. The Farm: Angola, USA
Best Original Score
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Mulan
  4. The Truman Show
  5. Pleasantville
  6. Shakespeare in Love
Best Original Song
  1. "I’ll Make a Man Out of You" from Mulan
  2. "I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing" from Armageddon
  3. "Reflection" from Mulan
  4. "When You Believe" from The Prince of Egypt
  5. "Iris" from City of Angels
Best Sound
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Pi
  4. Armageddon
  5. Mulan
Best Production Design
  1. The Truman Show
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. Shakespeare in Love
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Dark City
Best Cinematography
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Pleasantville
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. The Truman Show
  6. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
  1. Shakespeare in Love
  2. Elizabeth
  3. Saving Private Ryan
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Dark City
Best Costume Design
  1. Shakespeare in Love
  2. Elizabeth
  3. The Big Lebowski
  4. Saving Private Ryan
  5. Pleasantville
Best Editing
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Truman Show
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. Out of Sight
  6. Rushmore
Best Visual Effects
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. Armageddon
  3. What Dreams May Come
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Deep Impact
Best Voice Acting Performance
  1. Eddie Murphy as Mushu in Mulan
  2. Ming-Na Wen as Fa Mulan in Mulan
  3. Ralph Fiennes as Ramesses II in The Prince of Egypt
  4. Kevin Spacey as Hopper in A Bug’s Life
  5. Woody Allen as Z in Antz
Best Directorial Debut
  1. Darren Aronofsky for Pi
  2. Humpty Dumpty(aka Tony Kaye) for American History X
  3. Gary Ross for Pleasantville
  4. Guy Ritchie for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
  5. Vincenzo Natali for Cube
Best Ensemble Cast
  1. The Big Lebowski
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Truman Show
  5. Shakespeare in Love
Best Choreography, Stunts or Dance
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Mask of Zorro
  3. Blade
  4. The Thin Red Line
  5. Rush Hour
Best Soundtrack
  1. Mulan
  2. The Big Lebowski
  3. Rushmore
  4. The Prince of Egypt
  5. City of Angels
Best Non-English Language Performance
  1. Franka Potente as Lola in Run Lola Run
  2. Fernanda Montenegro as Isadora "Dora" Teixeira in Central Station
  3. Ulrich Thomsen as Christian Klingenfeldt-Hansen in The Celebration
  4. Thomas Bo Larsen as Michael in The Celebration
  5. Paprika Steen as Helene in The Celebration
Preferential ballot for this year
Full charts for all the categories
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2020.10.19 02:42 JuanRiveara Reddit Chosen Oscars: 1998 Winners

Best Picture
  1. The Truman Show
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. Rushmore
  6. American History X
  7. Mulan
  8. Pleasantville
  9. Out of Sight
  10. Gods and Monster
Best Director
  1. Steven Spielberg for Saving Private Ryan
  2. Terence Malick for The Thin Red Line
  3. Peter Weir for The Truman Show
  4. Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for The Big Lebowski
  5. Wes Anderson for Rushmore
Best Lead Actor
  1. Edward Norton as Derek Vinyard in American History X
  2. Jim Carrey as Truman Burbank in The Truman Show
  3. Jeff Bridges as Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski in The Big Lebowski
  4. Tom Hanks as John H. Miller in Saving Private Ryan
  5. Ian McKellen as James Whale in Gods and Monsters
Best Lead Actress
  1. Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth I in Elizabeth
  2. Gwyneth Paltrow as Viola de Lesseps in Shakespeare in Love
  3. Fernanda Montenegro as Isadora "Dora" Teixeira in Central Station
  4. Jennifer Lopez as Karen Sisco in Out of Sight
  5. Cameron Diaz as Mary Jensen in There’s Something About Mary
Best Supporting Actor
  1. John Goodman as Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski
  2. Ed Harris as Christof in The Truman Show
  3. Bill Murray as Herman Blume in Rushmore
  4. Billy Bob Thornton as Jacob Mitchell in A Simple Plan
  5. Matt Damon as James Francis Ryan in Saving Private Ryan
Best Supporting Actress
  1. Laura Linney as Hannah Gill/Meryl Burbank in The Truman Show
  2. Joan Allen as Betty Parker in Pleasantville
  3. Julianne Moore as Maude Lebowski in The Big Lebowski
  4. Judi Dench as Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love
  5. Lynn Redgrave as Hanna in Gods and Monsters
Best Original Screenplay
  1. The Truman Show
  2. The Big Lebowski
  3. Rushmore
  4. Saving Private Ryan
  5. Shakespeare in Love
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. The Thin Red Line
  2. Out of Sight
  3. Gods and Monsters
  4. A Simple Plan
  5. Primary Colors
Best Animated Film
1. Mulan
2. A Bug’s Life
2. The Prince of Egypt
4. Antz
5. The Rugrats Movie
Best Non-English Language Film
  1. Run Lola Run
  2. After Life
  3. The Celebration
  4. Central Station
  5. Show Me Love
Best Documentary Film
  1. 42 Up
  2. Kurt & Courtney
  3. The Last Days
  4. A Place Called Chiapas
  5. The Cruise
  6. The Farm: Angola, USA
Best Original Score
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Mulan
  4. The Truman Show
  5. Pleasantville
  6. Shakespeare in Love
Best Original Song
  1. "I’ll Make a Man Out of You" from Mulan
  2. "I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing" from Armageddon
  3. "Reflection" from Mulan
  4. "When You Believe" from The Prince of Egypt
  5. "Iris" from City of Angels
Best Sound
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Pi
  4. Armageddon
  5. Mulan
Best Production Design
  1. The Truman Show
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. Shakespeare in Love
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Dark City
Best Cinematography
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Thin Red Line
  3. Pleasantville
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. The Truman Show
  6. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
  1. Shakespeare in Love
  2. Elizabeth
  3. Saving Private Ryan
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Dark City
Best Costume Design
  1. Shakespeare in Love
  2. Elizabeth
  3. The Big Lebowski
  4. Saving Private Ryan
  5. Pleasantville
Best Editing
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Truman Show
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Big Lebowski
  5. Out of Sight
  6. Rushmore
Best Visual Effects
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. Armageddon
  3. What Dreams May Come
  4. Pleasantville
  5. Deep Impact
Best Voice Acting Performance
  1. Eddie Murphy as Mushu in Mulan
  2. Ming-Na Wen as Fa Mulan in Mulan
  3. Ralph Fiennes as Ramesses II in The Prince of Egypt
  4. Kevin Spacey as Hopper in A Bug’s Life
  5. Woody Allen as Z in Antz
Best Directorial Debut
  1. Darren Aronofsky for Pi
  2. Humpty Dumpty(aka Tony Kaye) for American History X
  3. Gary Ross for Pleasantville
  4. Guy Ritchie for Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
  5. Vincenzo Natali for Cube
Best Ensemble Cast
  1. The Big Lebowski
  2. Saving Private Ryan
  3. The Thin Red Line
  4. The Truman Show
  5. Shakespeare in Love
Best Choreography, Stunts or Dance
  1. Saving Private Ryan
  2. The Mask of Zorro
  3. Blade
  4. The Thin Red Line
  5. Rush Hour
Best Soundtrack
  1. Mulan
  2. The Big Lebowski
  3. Rushmore
  4. The Prince of Egypt
  5. City of Angels
Best Non-English Language Performance
  1. Franka Potente as Lola in Run Lola Run
  2. Fernanda Montenegro as Isadora "Dora" Teixeira in Central Station
  3. Ulrich Thomsen as Christian Klingenfeldt-Hansen in The Celebration
  4. Thomas Bo Larsen as Michael in The Celebration
  5. Paprika Steen as Helene in The Celebration
Preferential ballot for this year
Full charts for all the categories
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2020.09.29 22:55 TheGreatScalabrine Composer Tournament - Matchup #20: Terence Blanchard vs. Carter Burwell

Composer Tournament - Matchup #20: Terence Blanchard vs. Carter Burwell

Updated for Matchup #20
Previous Matchup: [3] John Powell - 169 [14] Tyler Bates - 38
Who do you think is the better composer: Terence Blanchard or Carter Burwell?
In this matchup we have two composers who each like to work with their go-to directors. In doing so, they have both created scores for some of the most iconic films of the past few decades. But which talented composer deserves to move onto the next round? Here at soundtracks, you decide!
Before you cast your vote, listen to some of their scores and consider the following:
-Terence Blanchard-
He's composed more than forty film scores and performed on more than fifty. His most notable works include Malcolm X, Finding Forrester, Barbershop, 25th Hour, Inside Man, Chi-Raq, BlacKkKlansman, and Da 5 Bloods.
Blanchard is a frequent collaborator with Spike Lee, and received his first Oscar nomination for Best Original Score on Lee's 2018 film BlacKkKlansman.
He is also a jazz trumpeter - he started his career as a member of the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, then joined Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. His jazz work has garnered 13 Grammy nominations and 5 wins.
-Carter Burwell-
Burwell got his start with the Coen Brothers (whom he frequently has collaborated with), scoring their 1984 film Blood Simple. He's been incredibly prolific since the mid-80s, with some of his best known scores include Raising Arizona, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, Being John Malkovich, Three Kings, Adaptation, No Country for Old Men, In Bruges, Legend, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
He has dabbled in television scores since the 1990s, with his more notable works being for Mildred Pierce, Enlightened, The Morning Show, and Space Force.
Awards: 2 Academy Award nominations, 2 Golden Globe nominations, 1 Primetime Emmy (2 noms).
You have two days to vote - use the time to discuss in the comments and persuade people to your side!
View Poll
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2020.09.11 13:16 mambotot 25 [F4M] Looking for someone to talk to and form a connection

Hello! I'm 25 yrs old and never been in a relationship. I hope I can start my dating journey here. I am an introvert who maybe have a social anxiety and an Avoidant attachment type (but I'm working on fixing these things) hence the single since birth status. So people with no/less experience with dating don't be afraid to drop a dm 😅. A little background about me. I'm currently in quarantine here in Dumaguete but will probably move in Cebu once my workplace starts it's operation , I'm a huge fan of movies, I love Tarantino, Coen brothers, PTA, David Lynch,Kaufaman, Nolan and Kubrick's works. My all time favorite movie which I won't get tired of watching is The big Lebowski and Pulp Fiction. I have been watching old movies this quarantine works by Bergman, and Tarkovsky are my fav. I love TV series like The Office, Dark, Mr. Robot, Westworld, Better call Saul, Fargo, etc. I also watch a lot of anime I've been watching since my childhood so there's a lot to mention. I'm a huge music fan my all time favorite band is Tool. I also love listening to Pink Floyd, Rage against the machine, red hot chili peppers, 90's grunge bands and alternative music. I'm not much into gaming but I did enjoy playing Pokèmon growing up. I mostly play mobile games nowadays. My current addiction is the Hamilton musical the whole soundtrack is what I listen to all day 24/7. I also play both the acoustic and electric guitar. I used to read a lot of books when I was younger and loved all those fiction books like Harry Potter, Percy Jackson etc. I love to travel and do adventures like hiking, freediving, and camping. I love nature overall. My new found hobby during the pandemic is gardening, I didn't know I had a green thumb up until now. I am currently studying to be a chef someday which is my life's passion. I love memes and watching funny tiktok videos(self deprecating humor is my fav). I am also interested in Philosophy nowadays specifically into stoicism and reading about Marcus and Seneca. I meditate every morning and try to be active by running with my dogs. So if you find anything in my post you like, just message me so we can talk more about.
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2020.09.09 22:48 mambotot NBSB at 25 [F4M]

Hello! I'm 25 yrs old and never been in a relationship. I hope I can start my dating journey here. I am an introvert who maybe have a social anxiety hence the single since birth status. Anyways enough about the sad stuff, a little background about me. I live in the Philippines, I'm a huge fan of movies, I love Tarantino, Coen brothers, PTA, David Lynch,Kaufaman, Nolan and Kubrick's works. My all time favorite movie which I won't get tired of watching is The big Lebowski and Pulp Fiction. I have been watching old movies this quarantine works by Bergman, and Tarkovsky are my fav. I love Tv series like Dark, Mr. Robot, Westworld, Better call Saul, Fargo, etc. I also watch a lot of anime I could say it's part of my childhood. I'm a huge music fan my all time favorite band is Tool. I also love listening to Pink Floyd, Rage against the machine, red hot chili peppers and alternative music. My current addiction is the Hamilton musical the whole soundtrack is what I listen to all day 24/7. I also play both the acoustic and electric guitar. I used to read a lot of books when I was younger and loved all those fiction books like Harry Potter, Percy Jackson etc. I love to travel and do adventures like hiking, freediving, and camping. I love nature overall. My new found hobby during the pandemic is gardening, I didn't know I had a green thumb up until now. I am currently studying to be a chef someday which is my life's passion. I am also interested in philosophy nowadays specifically into stoicism and reading about Marcus and Seneca. I meditate every morning and try to be active by running with my dogs. So if you find anything in my post you like just message me so we can talk more about. 😉
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2020.08.31 19:01 TheLazerShell I watched a movie a day in August

It's me again. I started writing this on August 18th because it took me a month and a half to realize I could structure this better, so yeah, my thoughts will probably be more concise post August 18th because I'll have my immediate thoughts rather than memories of movies I watched 30 days ago like in the last post. Again, just a place to collect and write down my thoughts.

Updated July and August tiers

Things are gonna have to be dotted because Reddit's formatting is fucked.
1st of August - The Matrix Reloaded
2nd of August - Black Swan
3rd of August - Looper
4th of August - Oldboy
5th of August - Se7en
6th of August - Nightcrawler
7th of August - Ex Machina
8th of August - The Matrix Revolutions
9th of August - Predestination
10th of August - Jacob's Ladder
11th of August - Hereditary
12th of August - Perfect Blue
13th of August - The Interview (1998)
14th of August - Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
15th of August - The Godfather
16th of August - The Machinist
17th of August - Memento
18th of August - Triangle
19th of August - Whiplash
20th of August - The Big Lebowski
21st of August - Primal Fear
21st of August - The Seventh Seal
22nd of August - The Godfather, Part II
23rd of August - Under the Skin
24th of August - Pan's Labyrinth
25th of August - The Truman Show
26th of August - The Lighthouse
27th of August - Mr Nobody
28th of August - Birdman
29th of August - The Godfather, Part III
30th of August - Coherence
30th of August - Knives Out
31st of August - Pi
31st of August - New Mutants
Wow, August flew by fast. Hope September is just as good, because I liked August's movies more than July's.
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2020.08.30 01:00 MacReadyForAnything Watched the Coen Brothers’ 18 films in 18 days.

  1. Fargo: this remains my favorite movie; every aspect of this film works. It is hilarious, touching and gripping. It fails at nothing. “He’s fleeing the interview!”
  2. No Country For Old Men: an incredible thriller with wonderful performances and an amazing villain. You somehow never notice the lack of music. “That’s very linear, Sheriff.”
  3. The Big Lebowski: somehow manages to get funnier every time I watch. “You mean coitus?”
  4. Inside Llewyn Davis: my favorite soundtrack and the funniest asshole I keep hoping will learn his lesson. Oscar Isaac’s facial expressions are great. “Where’s his scrotum?”
  5. Blood Simple: an incredible debut. Love that 80s theme and the opening narration. “I haven’t done anything funny.”
Burn After Reading is imperfect but hilarious, Miller’s Crossing is just magnificent, Barton Fink is mysterious and a bit frightening, O Brother has my second favorite soundtrack, A Serious Man is frustrating but keeps growing on me (“Is it F Troop?”).
Raising Arizona is charming but the second half slows it down, The Hudsucker Proxy is now my go-to NYE film, True Grit is good but forgettable. The Man Who Wasn’t There is solid but should be better, Intolerably Cruelty is silly but fun, Ballad of Buster Scruggs is good but not one I’ll revisit much; Hail Caesar is pretty forgettable (except for Laurence Laurentz).
Least favorite? Easiest thing in the world. The Ladykillers. Still a fun watch. The Coens are remarkable.
TL;DR The Coens are amazing; Fargo is nearly flawless and even their lesser films have some memorable moments
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2020.08.23 18:55 ryan-diablo Kenny Rogers - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) [Psychedelic Pop/Soundtrack to Big Lebowski]

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2020.08.23 00:58 WhileFalseRepeat Kenny Rogers - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) [Psychedelic Pop/Soundtrack to Big Lebowski]

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2020.08.07 05:59 beonks [WANTED] The Big Lebowski (OST) - White Russian pressing

Hey, all! I'm looking for the White Russian pressing of The Big Lebowski original motion picture soundtrack. If anybody has one and is willing to let it go, please message me with your price!
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2020.07.18 02:47 frcisacult "The Big Lebowski" - Soundtrack Pressed on 'White Russian' Colorway

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2020.07.17 08:01 thewootinater Songs to Retire Playlists

I was surprised when my Patreonie question was read on the show a few weeks ago. Both Bosom Buddies had great suggestions for my playlist, so I thought I would share here. This has been a fun project for me the last couple years, but I've had to split these into a few different playlists. A blanket Songs to Retire moniker just didn't work since some could fit into a couple different categories.
I've been working on cleaning these up over the last week, and here they are if you're interested or have any suggestions. There are probably some that don't belong or some obvious ones that I'm missing, but GFY this is what I like to do in my free time. I don't have a rented garage to burn down, so this is all I have.

Songs to Retire (Hall of Fame) - The best of the best - Used so well in a movie/TV show/video game/etc. that any subsequent use is 1) derivative of the original (like the great Atomic Blonde trying to use "Cat People" even though Inglorious Basterds already crushed it) and/or 2) tongue-in-cheek (like Community using the piano closing of "Layla" for the chicken fingers Goodfellas parody) - Examples: "Where is My Mind" by The Pixies, "Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds, etc. - Both of Bob and Dan's additions are here: "Just Like Honey" by The Jesus and Mary Chain (from the closing scene of Lost in Translation) and "The Man in Me" by Bob Dylan (from The Big Lebowski) - Surprising amount from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack? Wasn't expecting that

Songs to Maybe Retire (Hall of Very Good) - Really, really good uses, but just not outstanding enough to be fully retired - Could also have had several very good uses, but not one that truly overshadowed another, such as the sometimes overplayed "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield, which has an iconic turn in Forrest Gump but I think has its best usage at the end of the special 9/11 episode of The West Wing (put me on the board?) - Examples: "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure (from the Adventureland bumper car scene), "Wouldn't It Be Nice" by The Beach Boys (from the opening scene of the underrated Seeking a Friend for the End of the World) - Tons from HIMYM, Scrubs, Halt and Catch Fire, Patriot, BoJack and other shows and movies with killer soundtracks, but I know I'm missing a lot

Songs to Retire (Overplayed) - Pretty obvious: these songs, many of them great, have just been used too much and they have little to no impact anymore - Examples: "Bad to the Bone" by George Thorogood, "Cat's in the Cradle" by Harry Chapin - There are a few that at some point had an excellent use (like You Make My Dreams (Come True) by Hall & Oates on the 500 Days of Summer soundtrack, or Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion" in the opening of Dazed and Confused), but have been played to death since

Songs to Fire Into the Heart of the Sun - Courtesy of one Bob Castrone - Cursed playlist, listen at your own peril

Far from perfect, but I had fun putting these together and hope you'll enjoy them, too.

P.S. Dan, since you're now a member of the John Cougar (?) Mellencamp Fan Club, here's his best-kept secret: https://youtu.be/DodNVBf0f4I
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2020.07.09 04:03 devin0835 Best “non score” Movie Soundtracks

Favorite movie Soundtrack that use actual pre recorded music not a score written for the film (Example: Taxi Driver Soundtrack would not count but Goodfellas Soundtrack absolutely does)
My top 10
  1. Forrest Gump
  2. Boogie Nights
  3. Goodfellas
  4. Almost Famous
  5. Dazed and Confused
  6. Casino
  7. American Graffiti
  8. Pirate Radio
  9. The Big Lebowski
  10. High Fidelity
Honorable mentions: Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Donnie Brasco, The Big Chill, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Outside Providence, The Wolf of Wallstreet, Mean Streets, Trees Lounge, A Bronx Tale, Everybody Wants Some!
So yeah... thoughts?
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2020.07.09 04:01 devin0835 Best “non score” movie Soundtracks

Favorite movie Soundtrack that use actual pre recorded music not a score written for the film (Example: Taxi Driver Soundtrack would not count but Goodfellas Soundtrack absolutely does)
My top 10
  1. Forrest Gump
  2. Boogie Nights
  3. Goodfellas
  4. Almost Famous
  5. Dazed and Confused
  6. Casino
  7. American Graffiti
  8. Pirate Radio
  9. The Big Lebowski
  10. High Fidelity
Honorable mentions: Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Donnie Brasco, The Big Chill, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Outside Providence, The Wolf of Wallstreet, Mean Streets, Trees Lounge, A Bronx Tale, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Everybody Wants Some!
So yeah... thoughts?
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2020.06.18 16:41 Hrosemont (Report) No Country For Old Men

(SPOILERS AHEAD)
I posted a poll a few weeks ago of 4 movies I should watch and this barely won over the Big Lebowski.
I have just finished watching this movie for the first time and I am once again blown away by the Coen brothers ability to create something original. Like many of their other movies, No Country For Old Men seems to tackle a theme that is bigger than what is on screen. This movie had me locked in from the start and I was not bored for even one second of its 2 hour runtime. It was brilliantly shot and acted and I can see why Javier Bardem won an oscar for best supporting actor for his role in the film. For most of the movie his character seems to incapsulate something certain from a movie that just seems to be so random. Wearing a black outfit for the whole movie, Chigurh moves with a sort of eeriness. I wonder if the black outfit were intentional, and if so then his character would seem to represent death or at least he thinks he represents death. Throughout the movie, Chigurh moves swiftly and uses a blood soaked quarter at times to determine if people should die or not. I think the scene when he is eating cashews and checking out at the store was one of the most tense scenes I have ever seen. The old man at the counterc does not really seem to understand how much he almost just lost, but as a viewer I almost felt sick to my stomach as he flipped that coin. We see the same coin flip game at the end of the movie with our main characters wife being forced to play this time. However, she refuses to play but undoubtedly meets the same fate as we see Chigurh leave the house checking his shoes for blood. It seemed ironic how Chigurh felt it necessary to keep his word to Moss and go kill his wife, when at the same time we didnt get to see the epic showdown between the two characters. Maybe this was supposed to represent how times are changing, including movies and how western movies are changing. Shortly after Chigurh's visit with Moss's wife, he gets into a car wreck that is completely random just like how life can be completely random. As we hear sirens heading down the street we think to ourselves that our villain is finally going to receive justice. However, sticking with the theme of changing times, he just pays off some kids for a shirt and walks away into the sunset. Ironically, as he walks away the kids precede to fight over the money just like how everyone else in the movie was.
Our main character, Moss, seems to just have the worst luck anyone can have. At the beginning of the film, it seems that he has found himself some good luck by stumbling across 3 million dollars. Unfortunately, he decides to take a chance to head back and help one of the dying people left at the crime scene. This of course goes wrong and he is now on the run for his life. He runs and hides but no matter where he goes, Chigurh always seems to find him. Even when he ends up in a Mexican hospital Chigurh is there waiting just around the corner. The two are set for an epic showdown at the end of the movie, but instead Moss dies randomly to a couple people who are looking for the money. The other main character in the story is the Sheriff named Bell. At the end of the movie, he is now retired and unscathed. Ironically, he seems to be living with regret as he sits at his dinner table talking to his wife. I asked myself, if he still alive and everyone else is dead then why does he seem to feel regret. Maybe its because he is also the one he didnt take any chances. Everyone else who died took a chance with death but not this Sheriff. Maybe thats what this movie is also about, taking chances and seeing what happens. When you dont take any then you live an old and boring and regretful life. Like I said, I have only just watched it so feel free to comment below and share your ideas about the film as well. Another interesting thing I noticed as well is that the movie does not contain a soundtrack. I find it to make scenes even more intense as there wasnt any music to get in the way. Anyway the movie is absolutely fantastic and definitely held up to all of the hype. I give it a solid A.
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2020.06.09 16:04 Riqitch I've watched Phil Collins' entire filmography, and here are my thoughts

Little word of warning, this post is rather lengthy. Apologies in advance. I'll try my best to keep these mini reviews spoiler-free, but don't expect a 100% compliance rate.
Yes, that Phil Collins. Drummer, singesongwriter, and actor. I love this guy's music; lyrically and vocally. I always have, my 'obsession' for him has my friends and family perplexed, purely because I can't give them a straight answer as to why I love Phil Collins so much. Moving on, the idea came to me when I was watching the music video to Jesus He Knows Me by Genesis, where Collins plays a televangelist (as do the rest of the band). The little intro to the music video had me thinking, "whoa, this guy has got some acting chops", and the rest is history. I then proceeded to go on IMDB and look at what he's acted in throughout his career and collated them into a checklist, which looked something like this:
Please note that this wasn't the watch order, it's purely for demonstrative purposes. I chose films which he had a credited role in, so those early films from the 1960s in which he had cameos were excluded unfortunately. Now, you may be thinking, "I don't remember Phil being in [those final four films]?" You're right, he wasn't. However, he wrote songs for those four and I felt it would be weird if I excluded them.
I've decided to score each film based on two factors; one is a generic score out of ten, highlighting how much I liked the film, the other is what I'm dubbing the "Phil factor", which is a score representing how much Collins is in the film (whether that's the soundtrack or a starring role). There's no real purpose to that score, but hopefully it will give you some indication on how much a huge Phil Collins fan liked it, and whether I would recommend it to other fans. I'll try to keep in the order I watched them. Also please note that my standards are generally rock bottom for almost all digital media, so if these scores appear a little high, you'll know why. Let's get started:
Roger Spottiswoode's And the Band Played On (1993)
This, from what I can recall, is the first film I watched. I read nothing of the film except the cast and the brief description that pops up when it you search for it on Google. Initially, I thought it was too damn long, as it clocks in at 141 minutes, but after (and during, actually) I realised that actually the plot needed that runtime, and god damn does it use it well. Cast was good, I particularly liked Modine's and McKellen's performances. As for Collins, he plays a San Franciscan bath house owner, and is only on screen for no longer than 10 minutes. I couldn't really suss out if he's performance was good or not. I was actually pleasantly surprised by this film, and with a global pandemic around, it seems scarily relevant to today. Also, that ending, wow. Are they showing this film in school? Because it should be shown in science lessons. I definitely would recommend this film to anyone who interested in this kind of stuff.
Rating: 8.5/10 Phil factor: 2/10
Simon Wells' Balto (1995)
Based on a true story regarding the Diphtheria pandemic in Alaska in 1925, with Kevin Bacon voicing the titular character. To be honest, didn't really feel phased by Bacon's performance (which is a shame, because he's done some cracking performances), I think that Bob Hoskins and Collins (in a dual role) stole the show in this film. Collins actually does quite well in the dual role, and is probably his best voice role of his short lived acting career. This film is... okay. I can't put it any other way. I felt this film could have been 30 minutes or so longer, the pacing was slightly off and a little more development might have been needed - still unsure about that. Nevertheless, I liked the Steve Winwood track at the end. How well did Call of the Wild do? I have this feeling that this film will be the next in the CGI dog craze.
Rating 7/10 Phil factor 5/10
Steve Trenbirth's The Jungle Book 2 (2003)
Oh boy, the post renaissance, direct to DVD sequels of the naughties. Yeah, this film didn't really click with me. I wasn't expecting this film to trump the originals songs, but I was still disappointed somehow. In fact, all it did was remind me to watch the original, which I haven't seen in about ten years. However, I did enjoy John Goodman's Baloo and Jim Cumming's Kaa. Collins' voices a vulture which teases Shere Khan throughout the film, pretty funny performance from Phil.
Rating 4/10 Phil factor 4/10
David Eastman's Calamity the Cow (1967)
I couldn't find much on this film except for some short clips on YouTube, which is a shame, I'd really like to see the whole thing. Teenage Phil Collins stars in this film as a farm boy three years before joining Genesis. I don't think this film is a comedy, but I laughed anyway because of two reasons: a, Collins is sometimes the tallest one on screen, which is a rarity in itself, and b, Collins' fantastic head of hair.
I'm not sure I can give this one a rating because I haven't seen all of it.
Alun Harris' Calliope (1994)
A short film where Collins stars an author who writes a book about the titular character, who turns out to be a real person. Once he confirms his suspicions, he then rewrites the book in real time to help solve his problems. An brief appearance by Richard E. Grant at the end also. I know this was a short film, but it was still too damn short as I was really getting into the premise. It really needs to be a full feature length film or something.
Rating: 8/10 Phil factor: 7/10
Steven Spielberg's Hook (1991)
Ah yes, probably Collins' most notable but very brief role as Inspector Good. I believe Genesis band mate Mike Rutherford is in the same scene, but I can't really confirm that. Alright, let me confess. This was the first time I had seen this film. I knew very little about it except for the fact that Robin Williams was in it, I didn't even know it was a Spielberg flick with John Williams doing the score. I had to get to the credits to confirm my suspicions. I also didn't know Julia Roberts was in this film either. Williams, Hoffman and Roberts were all great, a pretty good family film overall which radiates with that Spielbergian charm.
Rating: 9/10 Phil factor: 1/10
Kevin Lima & Chris Bucks' Disney's Tarzan (1999)
This was also the first time I'd seen this film, which for a fan of Phil Collins sounds like blasphemy. However, my parents remember me watching this film with me as a kid, which is strange because I have no recollection of that whatsoever. Now, I have rectified that issue. This film is great and has a great soundtrack to go with it. I also like the film's message as well. The "musical numbers" in this film (in particular Strangers Like Me and Son of Man, which happen to be my favourites from the film) are astounding. It isn't hard to see why Collins' won an Academy Award for Best Song that year.
Rating: 8/10 Phil factor: 9/10
Aaron Blaise & Robert Walker's Brother Bear (2003)
Also the first time seeing this film. Joaquin Phoenix voices a man who gets turned into a bear by the spirit in the sky, pretty much your standard performance when regarding early 2000's Disney animated films. People shouldn't sleep on this soundtrack (or the film, in some cases), it's almost as good as Tarzan's. I'd say my favourite track is either Look Through My Eyes or No Way Out - the theme for Brother Bear. Like Tarzan, I also like the message of this film (which, from what I gathered, is a about walking in other people's shoes before judging them). I hate reboots as much as the next guy, but I feel this film needs a second chance through some sort of spiritual successor, as people need to hear that message now more than ever.
Rating: 6.5/10 Phil factor: 8/10
David Green's Buster (1988)
I confess, I had seen this film already, and had no problem with watching it again. This is film is essentially the Phil Collins show. An absolute recommendation for any Phil Collins fan. He's in the lead role, and wrote, played and sang on most of the tracks that you hear in this film. I think Collins was good in this film, but I couldn't really tell because, after reading his autobiography "Not Dead Yet", I think he might be like that in real life (maybe less so than Buster Edwards). This is second time I've seen it, and I never really noticed how good Dame Julie Walters is in this film, she's quite good in most of her scenes. The soundtrack is brilliant though, Big Noise, Groovy Kind of Love, Two Hearts, Loco In Acapulco - all brilliant tracks. I believe this film is due to be released on Blu-ray on June 15, so I'm looking forward to seeing: a, how good the transfer is, and b, the film in HD for the first time.
Rating: 8/10 Phil factor: 10/10
Taylor Hackford's Against All Odds (1984)
You see, when I think of Jeff Bridges, I don't tend to think Iron Man, or The Big Lebowski, or True Grit - I think of this film. It's strange, because this is also the first time I've seen this film. I was pleasantly surprised by the film, the score and crime plots were great. Bridges was great too, which is no surprise considering his filmography. Holy shit, James Woods. I had no clue he was in this film. I want to say that his performance was also good (and it was), but I have a feeling he wasn't really acting. Also, if there's anyone who's face doesn't match their voice, its James Woods. Collins' did the title track, with appearances by Peter Gabriel, Stevie Nicks and Mike Rutherford on the soundtrack too. "Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)" plays in the credits in classic eighties fashion.
Rating: 7.5/10 Phil factor: 3/10
Taylor Hackford's White Nights (1985)
Wow, two Hackford flicks back to back. I was pretty amused when I saw his name in the opening credits. I can say right off the bat, Against All Odds is the better film of the two. Nevertheless, the soundtrack was good and the dance sequences were also good as well and some good performances from Hines, Baryshnikov, Skolimowski and (Dame) Mirren to go with it. This film was on my backlog for a while for the soundtrack alone, because Lionel Richie and Phil Collins both wrote songs for this film. White Nights has some good parts, but I wouldn't watch it again.
Rating: 6/10 Phil factor: 1.5/10
Stephan Elliott's Frauds (1993)
This film is quite the sneaky one, I'd never heard of it before, and I can't remember if Collins even mentioned it in his autobiography. But I like the film for one reason, this is the type of role I wanted Collins in. Costarring alongside a young Hugo Weaving (with a sweet nineties undercut), Collins plays a character which is an insurance investigatoagent with a hint of The Riddler. His character has a tendency to make decisions based on the roll of a die. This is, in my opinion, the best acting performance from Collins. I'd sort of consider it the Nightcrawler (as in the Dan Gilroy film) of his career; an underrated display of Collins' talents. Frauds is rather mundane in the first act, and by the second and third acts, wacky, almost unhinged, and also kind of scary at times. He's great in this film, and so is Hugo Weaving.
Rating: 7/10 Phil factor: 7.5/10
Miami Vice - S02E11 "Phil the Shill" (1985)
Like Buster, I had seen this before. In fact, this was the first time I'd seen Collins act. Again, just like Buster, I can't tell if his performance was good or not. It's pretty much on par with most of the acting on the show (apart from Edward James Olmos, occasionally Don Johnson and some of the guest stars who occasionally put on performances that surpass the norm), so it really isn't anything to hit home about - except for right at the end where he plays a televangelist. Honestly, I think the man was born to play a televangelist, and I have it in head canon that Collins reprises his role in "Jesus He Knows Me". I like the song he rerecorded for this episode (a song titled "Life Is a Rat Race"), which was used as the theme for the game show that his character hosted.
Rating: 8/10 Phil factor: 9/10
To conclude, I have to say that Phil Collins' filmography really is an odd one. But considering he is a musician first, actor second (or maybe third), the range of films is understandable. I've enjoyed this experience, and actually watching all of these just makes me love Collins more. I was concerned that maybe this experience would put me off him, but it hasn't - I'm happy. I hoped you've enjoyed my commentary. If you would like me to do more, I'm planning of watching the entire filmography of Tom Selleck or Joseph Kosinski next (depending on how I feel). I'll be happy to do it again for those.
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2020.05.10 19:33 MarkVerneArt [FOR SALE] DAFT PUNK, TALKING HEADS, LED Zeppelin, BEATLES, BOOTLEGS

Trying to fund a large purchase
FOR SALE All prices include shipping All records graded conservatively to avoid potential negative feed back
SOLD Beatles White album- $25 number 2009958 Sides 1,3,4 are VG+ to NM side 2 has a couple of scratches
https://www.discogs.com/The-Beatles-The-Beatles/release/1436445
Mondo- blade runner 2049- $45 Played once
https://www.discogs.com/Hans-Zimmer-And-Benjamin-Wallfisch-Blade-Runner-2049-Original-Motion-Picture-Soundtrack/release/13931058
SOLD Primus- sailing the seas of cheese- $20 shipped Played once
https://www.discogs.com/Primus-Sailing-The-Seas-Of-Cheese/release/4588833
SOLD Talking heads- speaking in tongues-$20 VG+~NM
https://www.discogs.com/Talking-Heads-Speaking-In-Tongues/release/7093462
Pink Purple RSD- $15 played once
https://www.discogs.com/Pink-Purple-Red/release/14374543
PENDING Mondo The big Lebowski- $35 NM/NM played once or twice
https://www.discogs.com/Various-The-Big-Lebowski-Original-Motion-Picture-Soundtrack/release/13472559
SOLD Talking heads- remain in light- $20 VG+/VG+
https://www.discogs.com/Talking-Heads-Remain-In-Light/release/116491
PENDING Led Zeppelin- house of the holy-$20 shipped Writing on front cover that reads “OLE REDNECK”
https://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-Houses-Of-The-Holy/release/577498
David Gilmour- In Any Tongue (bootleg) $35
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2020.05.07 02:52 sww0705 Just finished the last episode of the show yesterday. Wow.

I’m just here to say that this show was one of the most special things I’ve ever seen and I’m really sad that this was all we got. I’m really satisfied with the way it ended and I think another season would be stupid, but wow I would love to see some sort of new project with all the same cast and crew, because that was a fucking magnificent piece of television.
What else should I watch? Should I watch Fargo? I loved the movie when I first saw it. Anything else that’s so beautiful and trippy and unique like Legion?
Also Jesus Christ where the hell is the season 3 soundtrack it’s been like 9 months since it ended. Also I wish there was more merch and a full blu ray box set :(
Edit:
wow guys, thanks for all the recommendations! I also love Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Parasite, The Big Lebowski, and Knives Out if you want an idea of what I like.
Also I’m a senior at an arts high school for film and I made a short film earlier this year heavily inspired by the first season of Legion and Eternal Sunshine! I put the link in the comments.
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