It’s a small moment in a 117-minute film but when that film is the cult classic “The Big Lebowski” (1998), no moment is small. Jeff Bridges, a.k.a. the Dude, gets in a cab after a rough night only to hear Glenn Frey’s voice drifting from the radio, singing lead on the Eagles’ “Peaceful, Easy Feeling.”
Even for the Dude — perpetually high, perpetually abiding — it’s too much. This band has harshed whatever remained of his mellow.