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Have you ever wondered how to make an Orange Whip, the drink of choice for John Candy and his highway patrolmen pals in "The Blues Brothers"? Or a French 75, Humphrey Bogart's cocktail of choice from "Casablanca"? Or — perhaps the mother of all movie drinks — a White Russian, the Dude's go-to beverage in "The Big Lebowski"?
In honor of the bar crawl featured in "The World's End," we've tracked down the recipes of some of the most iconic movie drinks and put them on display in handy-dandy how-to infographic form. Check out our shaken and stirred menu below, courtesy of our head bartender Old Red Jalopy.
1. 'The Big Lebowski' (1998)
The mustache isn't just facial hair. It's an art form, one few are able to master.
In honor of Paul Rudd's "Super Mario Bros." makeover in "Prince Avalanche," we salute some of the finest examples of the mustache in cinema, from Robert Pattinson's bizarre turn as Salvador Dali in "Little Ashes" to Tom Selleck in just about everything. The extreme levels of testosterone may make you feel a little woozy, but that's all part of the awesome.
Browse the most masculine gallery ever and wish you could grow a mustache as mighty.
Originally published on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012.
Sometimes calculated, diplomatic, well-thought-out speech is the best way for someone to get a point across. Other moments, however, require yelling, finger-pointing, spittle-projecting and the type of language that would get you 50 Hail Marys in Sunday school.
Indeed, movie history has provided us with hundreds of instances where a character's unstoppable flood of emotions got the best of them. Luckily for you, we've narrowed them down to the fifteen best. Get More »
Jennifer Lawrence won an Oscar for "Silver Linings Playbook" and amassed a legion of fans as the star of "The Hunger Games," but that doesn't mean she won't freak out over one of her favorite stars like the rest of us.
J-Law pulled off an awesome "video bomb" ambush at the San Diego Comic-Con press line, dashing toward Jeff Bridges mid-interview. Lawrence was there to promote "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and of course "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Get More »
Dragons, wizards, swords, spears, witches... And The Dude.
Nope, it's not fan fiction, it's Jeff Bridges starring in his very own fantasy franchise, kicking off with "Seventh Son." The first trailer has been released for the swords and sorcery film, which is based on the dark fantasy "The Wardstone Chronicles" Young Adult series by Joseph Delaney. (The books go by "The Spook's Apprentice" over in the UK, where that title obviously doesn't mean what it might Stateside. Sorta like when British legends Iron Maiden did a song called "The Clansman"...). Get More »
With "Man of Steel" hitting theaters this weekend, you might find yourself remembering the slew superheroes that have flown in and out of the box office in recent years — Superman, Iron Man, and the Green Lantern, to name a few. Get More »
There's always been a lot of tripping in movies, and man, is it hilarious. People trip all the time. Why, just the other day, I had dropped my backpack on the floor of my apartment right when I walked in, and as I circled back around really quickly I ended up stepping right into ...
Oh. OHHH. That type of tripping. The one with hallucinogenic drugs. Okay, got it. Yeah, that type of tripping is funny, too. And hey, that's in a bunch of movies as well! Like, say, this week's "This is the End." Or so we hear. Get More »
Let's all stop what we're doing for a moment and give thanks that Chet Phillips, the creator of the "ChetArt" illustration blog, is a big fan of the Coen brothers and wanted to do something about that. (The internet, in unison: "Thanks, Chet.")
The reason why we as the entire internet are thanking Chet today is that he has created multiple Coen brothers-themed prints featuring a seminal Coen brothers character surrounded by memorable quotes from the film in which that character appears. Above we have The Dude from "The Big Lebowski," but there's also Eddie Dane from "Miller's Crossing," McDunnough from "Raising Arizona," and Marge Gunderson from "Fargo" (below). And they're all, frankly, superb. Get More »
Some people spend most of their time in front of a computer ... and others go out and do stuff like this.
Behold some of the most elaborate and large-scale movie-themed fan art you'll ever see, most of it created under cover of night with a few spray cans and a seething desire to create ... or at least conjure stunning portraits of Neo, Freddy Krueger, Yoda, the Dude and other pop culture icons that shape our everyday lives. If only all walls were this cool.