The Big Lebowski Inducted Into Library Of Congress Because It’s Great, But That’s Just, Like, Their Opinion, Man

December 17, 2014 | Rhett Jones

The Library of Congress announced its selection of films to be inducted into the Nation Film Registry Wednesday, and while many no-brainer classics were on the list The Big Lebowski has to be the biggest surprise.

The fact is The Big Lebowski is one of the funniest, most re-watchable movies ever made, so it shouldn’t be a huge surprise. But the fact that it will be preserved for generations of Little Lebowski Urban Achievers to know and love is a very great thing.

Another notable addition is Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory. I’m noticing a trend here. Do these stoner classics indicate that the Library of Congress likes to indulge in smoking a little ganja after a long day of preserving culture? Yes, that’s exactly what the selections indicate.

You can see all of the new inductees here and if you want to know what happens when you fuck a stranger in the ass just click the embed below.

(Photo: Alphacoders)