Monday, 21 March 2011

Rango Review (Updated)













Rango


Release Date: 10th March 2011 – Australia


Production Companies 
Industrial Light & Magic
Blind Wink
GK Films
Nickelodeon Movies

Distribution 
Paramount Pictures Australia


Genre: Animation/Family

Rating: PG

Runtime: 107 minutes


Budget: $135,000,000

Box Office Gross: $245,724,603
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
Rango is the story of a lonely
chameleon who can play any
role, yet doesn’t know who
he is. His journey takes him
from the solitude of a
terrarium to the vastness
of the Mojave desert
where he adopts the
persona of vigilante lawman
Rango, convincing the
occupants of the town of
Dirt that he is the solution to
their looming hydration
problem. Rango is forced to
confront his identity issues as
the townsfolk, including love
interest Ms. Beans, begin to
actually believe in him and the
role he has concocted thrusts
him into an uncertain reality.
Rango must learn the
meaning of friendship,
complete his quest and
uncover the conspiracy
behind the town’s missing
water.


Cast 
Johnny Depp – Rango
Isla Fisher – Beans
Abigail Breslin – Priscilla
Alfred Molina – Roadkill
Bill Nighy – Rattlesnake Jake
Harry Dean Stanton – Balthazar
Ray Winstone – Bad Bill
Timothy Olyphant – Spirit of the West
Stephen Root – Merrimack
Claudia Black – Angelique
Ian Abercrombie – Ambrose
Gil Birmingham – Wounded Bird
James Ward Byrkit – Waffles
Ned Beatty – The Mayor
Blake Clark – Buford
Lew Temple – Furgus
Alex Manugian – Spoons
Joe Nunez – Rockeye
John Cothran Jr. – Elgin

Crew 
Story/Producer/Director – Gore Verbinski
Story/Screenplay – John Logan
Story – James Ward Byrkit
Producers – Graham King & John B. Carls
Co-Producers – Shari Henson, Adam Cramer
& David Shannon
Executive Producer – Tim Headington
Production Designer – Mark 'Crash' McCreery
Visual Effects Supervisor: ILM – Tim
Alexander
Visual Effects Supervisor – John Knoll
Animation Supervisor – Hal T. Nickel
Film Editor – Craig Wood
Music – Hans Zimmer


Awards

2012 Academy Awards
Best Animated Feature (Won)


Review
RANGO is sort of like an animated version of BLAZING SADDLES, but is a pretty good movie that is not shot in 3D and it has interesting animation filled with many funny scenes. I praise Johnny Depp for his performance as Rango because he does it so wonderfully than the other actors and he's a brilliant man.

I'm surprised that RANGO won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature and is probably the amazing thing that happened in my entire life.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie


2 comments:

  1. I think it is a funny movie because his belt fell down

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  2. I thought the animation was brilliant and the actos brought the weird collection of characters to life.

    Certainly better for adults to watch for kids rather than kids to watch with adults.

    My full review is available in my blog:

    http://flic-key.blogspot.com/2011/04/rango-star.html

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