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The Achievers: The Story of the Lebowski Fans (2009)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2009 (USA)
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The Achievers: The Story of the Lebowski Fans by director Eddie Chung, follows the intertwining lives and sub-culture of "Achievers," fans of "The Big Lebowski."

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Credited cast:
Joe Blevins Joe Blevins ... Himself
Jeff Bridges ... Himself
Lu Elrod ... Waitress / Herself (as Dr. Lu Elrod)
Jerry Haleva ... Saddam Hussein / Himself
James G. Hoosier James G. Hoosier ... Liam O'Brien / Himself
Jim James ... Himself
Robin Johnson ... Herself (as Robin Jones)
Becky Jones Becky Jones ... Herself
Stormy Lang Stormy Lang
Will Rusell Will Rusell ... Himself - Lebowski Fest Founding Dude
C. Scott Shuffitt C. Scott Shuffitt ... Himself
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The Achievers: The Story of the Lebowski Fans by director Eddie Chung, follows the intertwining lives and sub-culture of "Achievers," fans of "The Big Lebowski."

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Very Strange Little Group of People
13 August 2013 | by gavin6942See all my reviews

I freely admit I am a fan of "The Big Lebowski", though I have not attended a Lebowski Fest. I suppose that is something I need to do sooner or later.

While this could be dismissed as a film about a group of losers (which in many ways it is), it is also a great look at American pop culture and the way that something can rise from nothing to take on the world.

The original film flopped. Hard. But it grew to become a cult film, and now the few people who decided to meet in a bowling alley are now hosting Jeff Bridges at annual concerts. That just blows my mind. No other film - with the exception of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" -- has this kind of following and attracts this many people.


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