From the 10th anniversary disc, interview sessions with Bridges, Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore, John Goodman, the Coen brothers and John Turturro were edited together to make following featurettes. "The Dude's Life" (HD; 10) is about the characters, "The Dude Abides: The Big Lebowski Ten Years Later" (HD; 10) covers the movie, and "Flying Carpets and Bowling Pin Dreams: The Dream Sequences of The Dude" (HD; 4:20) are as advertised. Also included are an "Interactive Map" of film locations and what they've become; an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes pictures in "Jeff Bridges Photo Book" (HD; 17:30); and an excerpt from "The Lebowski Fest: An Achiever's Story" (SD; 14 min), which is a Star Trek Convention for Lebowski fanatics; and a "PSA for No Kid Hungry" (30 sec).
Extras exclusive to Blu-ray are Universal's U-Control, which offers three extras. "Scene Companion" is a PIP commentary that reuses material from the extras. "Mark It, Dude" is a running counter that keeps track of things like how many times "Dude" is spoken or a profanity is used. "The Music of The Big Lebowski" offers information about the songs playing. For the committed fanatic, "Worthy Adversaries: What's My Line Trivia" is a one- or two-player game where the film stops to allow a guess at an upcoming line of dialogue by either as Dude and/or Walter, but there are long patches between guesses. It should have happened more if they were going to bother to add it.
If a fan of The Big Lebowski and you don't it in your collection and minor artificial tweaking doesn’t bother you, then The Limited Edition Blu-ray would be a great pick up. It comes with a Digital Copy and is housed in a Digibook that contains an excerpt from Rolling Stone; an interview with Jeff Dowd, the inspiration for Lebowski; trivia about the film.