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'The Big Lebowski': Celebrate 15 years of The Dude with 15 clips, parodies, and what-have-you

The Big Lebowski is 15 years old this week, which means there a lot of fans who can’t remember a time before the Coen brothers’ stoner-noir classic existed (and not just because they’ve smoked too much weed).

To mark the anniversary, we’ve rounded up 15 entertaining clips, Lebowski parodies, and assorted what-have-you’s.

But let me explain something to you: they collectively contain a lot of ins, a lot of outs, and a lot of swearing. Enjoy! READ FULL STORY

Jimmy Kimmel debuts trailer for 'Zero Dark Flirty' -- VIDEO

If the widely talked about torture scenes kept you from seeing Zero Dark Thirty, Jimmy Kimmel has just the movie for you. Well, sort of.

Last night, Kimmel revealed his suggestion for Zero Dark Thirty‘s post-Oscars marketing strategy in order to get the faint-of-heart into theaters to see the political thriller. In the trailer for Zero Dark Flirty, the movie is advertised as a love story between Jessica Chastain’s character and the one man she can’t seem to find — her one true love, Osama bin Laden.

Set to “You Can’t Hurry Love,” the trailer explains that “sometimes it’s good to be a little bit Abbottabad.” Watch it below: READ FULL STORY

'Doctor Who' meets 'The Dude' in amazing fake trailer for 'The Big Whobowski' -- VIDEO

I love Doctor Who like the British time travel show’s fourth Time Lord loves handing out jelly babies and I love The Big Lebowski like the Dude loves drinking “Caucasians.” And if that previous sentence didn’t read like incomprehensible gibberish then I wager you will love this fake trailer for The Big Whobowski, a mash-up of Doctor Who and the Big Lebowski in which “El Duderino” makes way for “the 4th Doctor,” the Brigadier stands in for Walter Sobchak, and the roles of the “nihilists” are portrayed, appropriately, by Cybermen.

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Lindsay Lohan in totally NSFW 'InAPPropriate Comedy' trailer... but she's not the saddest thing in it

This is a NSFW trailer for a NSFW sketch-comedy movie featuring NSFW language, NSFW sexual innuendo, and NSFW racially-insensitive remarks. But the aptly-titled InAPPropriate Comedy stars Oscar-winner Adrien Brody and features de rigeur cameo from Lindsay Lohan, who clearly was trolling for ways to make her Scary Movie 5 pop-in look sublime in comparison.

It’s directed by Vince Offer, the infomercial guy who brought you the Slap Chop, and that seems about right. You’re going to watch the trailer below no matter how much I tell you it will make your soul ache, so just get it over with. READ FULL STORY

5 things we learned from Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' trailer commentary -- VIDEO

Prometheus may have momentarily squashed Guillermo del Toro’s H.P. Lovecraft ambitions, but the director’s not ready to give up on Cthulhu just yet.

The man behind Pan’s Labyrinth and Hellboy (and the woefully underrated Blade II) is about to release what could be one of the most Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots vs. Aliens flick ever made. Pacific Rim, which hits theaters in July 2013, is a movie about big-a– monsters, called Kaijus, that emerge from the ocean and wreak havoc on San Fran. It’s a lot like Cloverfield, only this time the protagonists aren’t lovesick yuppies but soldiers who fight back by piloting equally big-a– robots called Jaegers (I totally just high-fived the 10-year-old version of myself). READ FULL STORY

Tom Cruise goes back to the future in the trailer for 'Oblivion' -- VIDEO

Just a few days after the first poster hit the web, Universal has released the first trailer for Tom Cruise’s upcoming dystopian sci-fi adventure Oblivion. Cruise plays Jack Harper, a repairman left behind on Earth to help keep drones in operation 60 years after the planet has been ravaged by an alien attack. On one of his last repair jobs, Harper stumbles onto a mystery that forces him to question everything he thought he knew, involving a beautiful woman in a downed spacecraft and a ragged-looking, Road Warrior-esque band of survivors led by Morgan Freeman. The movie, which is directed by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy), opens Apr. 19. Watch the clip below. READ FULL STORY

'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2': A hater's guide

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Even a diehard, bile-filled Twilight-hater like myself must acknowledge fine filmmaking when he sees it. So I am obliged to report that in the course of catching The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, I witnessed footage which exuded wit, warmth, and wonder while also serving as a reminder that, just because a franchise is several films old, doesn’t necessarily mean its best days are behind it. But, hey, that’s enough about the Hobbit trailer! What does someone who hates Twilight need to know about this final film in the series?

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Hey girl, watch Mario channel Ryan Gosling in 'Mario Kart'/'Drive' mashup -- VIDEO

Mario Kart characters have taken over Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive. The video may be a year too late, Mario’s mustache is no match for Ryan Gosling’s five o’clock shadow, and Kavinsky is nowhere to be heard, but the faux trailer is still good.

Kart also stars Princess Peach (as Carey Mulligan’s Irene), Luigi (Bryan Cranston’s Shannon), Wario (Albert Brooks’ Bernie Rose), and Waluigi (Oscar Isaac’s Standard Gabriel). “Did you have any idea that there’d be a Yoshi?” Mario asks Daisy (Christina Hendricks’ Blanche). “They said there’d be another cart to lighting us,” she responds. That exchange and the elevator makeout/Bowser knockout scene are pure gold (in the form of coins, that is). Maybe this film will actually receive an Oscar nod.

Let’s-a go! Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY

'Django Unchained': A deep dive into the new trailer for Quentin Tarantino's western

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The latest trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming spaghetti western/blaxploitation homage Django Unchained provides some tantalizing new glimpses of the film’s supporting characters and a few more examples of the director’s hyper-referential sensibility. We’re still a couple months away from the film’s Christmas Day release — what better time to spend an afternoon dissecting individual trailer frames? Warning: Silent movies and Miami Vice will be discussed! READ FULL STORY

'Seven PsychoCats' trailer spoof even creepier than the original -- VIDEO

Not all cat videos are created equal. Although felines can usually make any viral video tug at the heartstrings and elicit “oohs” and “ahhs,” psychocats are clearly an exception.

Instead of making the Seven Psychopaths trailer adorable, this brilliant spoof has made the film even more menacing. What can be scarier than Christopher Walken playing a psychopath, you ask? His sphynx psychocat counterpart!

And to top that, the cats have a spooky resemblance to the actors in the film. The only thing that would make this video more awesome/terrifying is the use of more animals! The Shih Tzu and rabbit should have been played, naturally, by a dog and bunny.

Watch the trailer below:

Read more:
‘Seven Psychopaths’ movie review
‘Seven Psychopaths’: Sam Rockwell psycho-sweet-talks Olga Kurylenko — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
‘Stand Up Guys’ with Al Pacino, Christopher Walken — EXCLUSIVE POSTER

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