"The future, Mr. Rango! The future!" Love all of the references in this film from the Chinatown references to A Fistful of Dollars/The good the bad and the ugly. One of my favourites has to be the scene where Rango lands on the windshield of The Great Red Shark convertible from one of my all time favourite films Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas!
Great animation but the dialogue was a bit too quirky.
One of the poorest 3D animation movies I've seen yet.
we see what we need to see. beautiful. what a soundtrack.unexpected
Love the craziness, and the animation looks so incredibly good!
Rango is western... make no mistake. But i assure you one thing should you decide to give it a chance, its what it needs to be! Its entertaining, action-packed, funny and sincere.
I bet Daniel Bryan likes the 1:05 mark
Wonderful animation and rendering. It had it's good moments, but overall, the film was just weird. There were several oddities of the writing, and in some parts the talking was a little too fast to understand. Also, with some characters, it was puzzling as to what species they were even supposed to be. The acting was very good, but the script could have been a bit different.
Best detailed graphics ever, after the tin tin... the story was pretty all. Any way i love johny depp. So i love this film too!
This is a decent movie. There were a few times when this movie remembered me of some of the spagetti westerns that came out in the mid-1960s.
The Spirit of the West is off course without a doubt Clint Eastwood. Too bad he didn't also do the voice, that would have been nice.
Made for critics, really nothing special.
Pretty decent film, oh what the heck... I loved it!
Graphics are amazing... nice details...Good humour, had to laugh couple of times, hard! =)Johnny Depp did well as a lizard =D
I'd give 8/10
die grafik ist beeindruckend und der rest des films ist auch super...
why would he that makes no sense
Didn't get it. Weird story. Turned it off half way thru.
Continually surprised how many people mention the references in this film without mentioning the most obvious, Chinatown.
First things first: the animation looks absolutely fantastic and the character design is awesome. Depp does another great captain Jack impression, which you either like or not. Lots of references to other movies, with the obvious ones being Fear and loathing, Pirates of the Caribbean and spaghetti westerns in general. The movie atmosphere feels very different from other animated movies, so I can only applaud the effort to shake up the genre. But to be honest, it didn't pull me in. It tried to be too many things at once, and therefore failed at being really good at any of them. There were only a couple funny moments, the 'religious' theme was scattered and sometimes awkward, the Clint Eastwood vibe didn't go well with the funny side, the story was too simple for adults but too slow (and perhaps too dark) for kids.Still I can recommend watching it, even if it's just for the visuals or the Clint Eastwood vibe. Just don't expect a masterpiece.
No way is this just ' a kids movie'.Visually impressive, funny and once again a testament to depps amazing acting skills.
I'm not to sure of "for kids" quote from jenningsw22, I thought some scenes of the film were some what bizzare and at times damn wierd. My daughter certainly didn't enjoy it and found it as bemusing as did I.If this is a kids film I would have to say it is rather dark.
Rango is for Kids. Some animated movies are entertaining for all ages but this one is not one of those. I'm sure kids would get a kick out of this one but if your over the age of 12 don't bother.
A graphical masterpiece. A bit like ratatouille: Not the best movie I've seen, but a it includes decent story; It can make you laugh a couple of times and overwhelms/amazes with a lot of incredible details.
guckt bei Paul rein... ^^