January 7th, 2010
|11:31 pm - The Knave abideth|
This is awesome: The Big Lebowski as written by Shakespeare.
"Seest thou what happens, Laurence, when thou firk’st a stranger ‘twixt the buttocks?!"
[Alarums. Enter OLIVER and the two NIHILISTS, bearing a marmot]
This be a place
Of residence, and much a private place.—
O excellent marmot!
'I am the Knave: called the Knave. Or His Knaveness, or mayhap Knaver, or mayhap El Knaverino, in the manner of the Spaniard, if brevity be not in thy soul nor wit.'
*puts The Big Lebowski into Netflix queue*
I've been realizing for some time now that I've really missed something by not seeing it. With this, I'm convinced.
It's one of the funniest films. 'Sir Walter' his ninepins companion is played by John Goodman. I realise from this that he is a very Shakespearean character.