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A male American goldfinch watches the other birds at a feeder in a backyard in New Franklin in May 2005. (Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
After years of making critically acclaimed, decidedly off-beat films for a small but loyal following, the Coen brothers hit it big last year with the Oscar-winning success of "Fargo." Now comes their eagerly anticipated follow-up, "The Big Lebowski." It's both their strangest and their funniest film yet. To hear Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore tell it, there's nothing normal about acting in a Coen brothers movie either. (Left to right) Jeff Bridges and John goodman star in the Ethan and Joel Coen film "The Big Lebowski," a Gramercy Pictures release. BPI DIGITAL PHOTO �98 GRAMERCY PICTURES. CR: HERRICK MORTON