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The Big Lebowski for Android

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Key Details of The Big Lebowski

  • This app is a GPS guided audio tour of the Big Lebowski filming locations.
  • Last updated on 10/29/2016
  • There have been 5 updates
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    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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This app is a GPS guided audio tour of the Big Lebowski filming locations.
This app is a GPS guided audio tour of the Big Lebowski filming locations. See where the movie was made and visit iconic destinations from the movie scenes, with 32 minutes of audio and 17 locations across Los Angeles! Explore on location on a driving or walking tour, or from the comfort of your home! This limited version features 5 locations. Get the full tour by downloading the itourmobile app at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.itourmobile.app You may also subscribe at https://www.itourmobile.com/checkout/ to get access to more than 90 tours across the world!Sometimes there's a man who's the man for his time and place, and that man was 'The Dude' in Los Angeles. So, put on your terry cloth bathrobe, pour a White Russian, and brush up on your quotes because you're going on The Big Lebowski tour in Los Angeles. The film was the Coen Brothers' follow up to the wildly successful, "Fargo," and they did not disappoint. Since the film was released in 1998, it has attained cult status and has even spawned its own religion called "Dude-ism," as well as numerous festivals. Given the film's cult following, it is inevitable that a tour would be made that would capture and convey the layered complexity of the Coen masterpiece for the movie's devoted fans.The Big Lebowski tour not only points you to the various locations around Los Angeles where the film was shot, but it also gives trivia and fun facts about the movie. The Coen brothers are famous for their allusions and referential style and it makes for some very interesting connections within the film, in the Coen brothers' other films, and in the greater culture. "The Big Lebowski" itself was loosely based upon the Raymond Chandler novel and later film, "The Big Sleep," as well as on actual people that the Coen brothers knew. But The Dude is no Phillip Marlowe, the protagonist in Chandler's novels and played by Humphrey Bogart in "The Big Sleep." As usual, the Coen brothers subvert and spoof the traditional tropes of the genre they are working in, in the case of The Big Lebowski film noir, while still celebrating it. In fact, the Coen brothers' first film, "Blood Simple," was a modern film noir when the genre had fallen out of the popularity it enjoyed in the 1940s and 50s. "The Big Lebowski" exhibits all the qualities of film noir, voice-overs, mistaken identity, and a detective-like protagonist who moves through many different social classes and physical locations. Now you too can go where The Dude goes with The Big Lebowski tour and remember: The Dude abides.Content rating: Low Maturity

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