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Rango 2011 123movies

Rango 2011 123movies

Heroes come in all different colors.Mar. 02, 2011107 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Rango is a pet chameleon always on the lookout for action and adventure, except the fake kind, where he directs it and acts in it. After a car accident, he winds up in an old western town called Dirt. What this town needs the most is water, but they also need a hero and a sheriff. The thirsty Rango instantly takes on the role of both and selfishly agrees to take on the case of their missing water.
Plot: When Rango, a lost family pet, accidentally winds up in the gritty, gun-slinging town of Dirt, the less-than-courageous lizard suddenly finds he stands out. Welcomed as the last hope the town has been waiting for, new Sheriff Rango is forced to play his new role to the hilt.
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Reviews:

Honestly, I wasn’t excited to see this film. I know I’ll just catch this in dvd. But since there’s nothing to do and it’s my birthday and Mayi will treat me, okay!

The animation was great. I really liked the animation. The story was alright too. But the pacing of the story was slow that I was close to snoozing off. I felt like there were some scenes in the movie that should’ve been cut off.

Review By: ohlalipop Rating: Date: 2017-02-09
‘Rango’ is typically one of those movies that can’t quite be categorized into this or that little genre of comedy. Obviously, it’s an animated film. Is it a kiddie movie? Well… kind of. Allow me to elaborate. The film starts off absolutely hilariously, with an accident, half a road kill and a journey through the desert turned into a maniacal chase as soon as a hungry hawk gets wind of Rango’s presence. After meeting a lovely lizard named Beans, he ends up in the small town of Dirt. Where, after a good deal of bluff and dumb luck, he is appointed sheriff. So far, no harm, no foul, just good comedy. In fact, nearly-wetting-my-pants-laughing-out-loud-comedy.

However, at this point is where it all turns just a little bit haywire. No real damage done, just a small sense of cluelessness as we go along. The story continues as though Gore Verbinski and John Logan were just trying to think of as many weird situations as they possibly could whilst forcibly trying to mash it up into one, cohesive storyline. Truth be told, seems like they were trying just a little bit too hard. It actually gets even a little bit boring here and there, where the pacing kind of sinks in up to the point where it all comes together and starts to make sense again. (Mind you – this could also be due to the fact that I was watching the extended version, not the theatrical one, but still.) But fear not, no real quality is lost, as ‘Rango’ provides some of the most excellent and funny characters I’ve ever seen in an animated movie. They also rounded up a perfect voice-cast, with Johnny Depp who doesn’t sound anything like Jack Sparrow, but still adds the same kind of awkward quirkiness to his character. Alfred Molina’s part is small but vital, and I’ll bet you’ve never heard an armadillo with a perfect Mexican twang before… Bill Nighy is awesome as Rattlesnake Jake, and you can even hear a little bit of Davy Jones coming through sometimes. One of the best parts however, is done by Ray Winstone as Bad Bill. Who would expect some Wild West bad guy to have a cockney accent? Brilliant.

Another thing I must mention is the superb animation. Without a doubt the best I’ve ever seen from a non-Pixar production. Heck, even if it was Pixar it would have been their absolute best so far, and that’s saying something. The animation parallels – or, dare I say, even surpasses – Finding Nemo. That’s right; I said it, so sue me. Yep, Industrial Lights & Magic made a fan out of me.

Now, back to the original question – is it a kiddie movie? Yes and no. Some parts are totally hilarious and will have your youngsters rolling over the floor with laughter. Other parts will sail right over their little heads as they are very much grown-up humour with references to classic films and jokes they simply won’t get. (Is it just me or did I catch a tiny reference to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas in the beginning?) Another factor is that some of the humour is a little grim and quite mature for small children, with some of the creatures smoking, swearing and even getting shot and/or killed. Now, personally I don’t know any children who would be upset by any of this, they see things that are much worse on a daily basis on the Disney channel. But then again, I’m not American, and it is my understanding that some American parents are hugely bothered by some of the elements in this movie. So I would recommend that you simply watch it first and then decide if you would like your children to see it. But honestly, I would try not to be too sensitive about it, it doesn’t get scary anywhere and none of language or behaviour is really that bad.

All in all, ‘Rango’ is definitely a fun ride, and one of the few animated movies that will entertain as many adults as it will children.
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Review By: DoryDarko Rating: 8 Date: 2017-02-21
Nickelodeon bares its fangs
So a slight blurb about how surprised I was that Nickelodeon was tackling several mature themes: Rango boasted quite a number of darker undertones that you wouldn’t normally expect from a PG, animated Nickelodeon movie. Such areas included language (sporting such lines as “You son of a-“!, “Go to hell!”, and “Can I gut-shoot someone?”), violence (an impressive amount of shooting and dying), sexual themes (making references to how “active” one’s mother was and a joke about a mammogram), and the film’s portrayal of death (where characters constantly expect Rango’s death and at one point, parody death by hanging). That is, you could arguably find just as much material in other animated films, such as The Incredibles- but it just goes to show that Nickelodeon is ready to experiment with a braver sort of film, much like Disney did with Pirates of the Caribbean. Okay, disclaimer over.

Rango is beautiful film that, regardless of its content, gave everyone in the theater a darn good time. Borrowing heavily from classic Westerns (The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly) and Western comedies (The Three Amigos), the film brings reinvents a past formula in an amusingly creative way. Rango, a pet chameleon unsure about how he wants his identity to develop, is suddenly cast to into the life of the wild wild west and decides to assume the duties of the sheriff in a troubled town. When the gunslingin’ enemies arrive, the trouble begins…

If anything, the film is revolutionary in its animation. The quality and textures of the animals and landscape is simply spot-on and never ceases to amaze. By far this is the movie’s greatest strength- and supporting the beautiful visuals is a whole slew of jokes. Like I said before, sometimes the humor is a bit awkward for its targeted audience (there were definitely a lot of times adults laughed instead of the kids) but for the most part the theater as a whole enjoyed the comedic spots. The voice acting cast is of course lively and fun, bringing a unique quality to each and every animal character. And lastly, the score by Hans Zimmer is once again majestic and exciting (influences from his work in Pirates and Sherlock Holmes are easily heard, but with a Mexican twist!).

Overall, Rango is a beautiful and exciting western adventure that you shouldn’t miss! As long as you know what you’re in for, the humor and the visuals will take you for an unforgettably pleasing ride. 8/10

Review By: neji107 Rating: 8 Date: 2011-03-02
A Delight!
‘Rango’ is A Delight To Watch. Sharp Writing, Masterful Direction, Outstanding Animation & Superb Vocal-Performances take ‘Rango’ to a Legendary Level.

‘Rango’ Synopsis: A Chameleon named Rango accidentally ends up in the town of Dirt, an outpost that is in desperate need of a new sheriff.

‘Rango’ catches your attention from the word GO. It’s wonderful concept gets it due, as the narrative is so crispy & involving. John Logan’s Screenplay is Sharp! Gore Verbinski’s Direction is Masterful. He has envisioned this film, fabulously. The Animation is Simply Outstanding! Each & Every Aspect, is Awe-Inspiring! Music by Hans Zimmer, is perfect. Editing is well-done.

Johnny Depp delivers a remarkable vocal-performance as ‘Rango’. The Versatile Actor makes the protagonist fun & lovable. Isla Fisher is excellent. Stephen Root is top-notch. Timothy Olyphant gives another impressive performance. Alfred Molina does his bit well. Ned Beatty, Ray Winstone & Bill Nighy are terrific as the villains. Others are just right.

On the whole, ‘Rango’ is A Winner All The Way!

Review By: namashi_1 Rating: 9 Date: 2012-02-07

Other Information:

Original Title Rango
Release Date 2011-03-02
Release Year 2011

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Budget 135000000
Revenue 245724603
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Western
Director Gore Verbinski
Writer John Logan, John Logan (story), Gore Verbinski (story), James Ward Byrkit (story)
Actors Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin, Ned Beatty
Country USA, Canada
Awards Won 1 Oscar. Another 45 wins & 25 nominations.
Production Company Blind Wink, GK Films
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix SDDS, Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (HDTV), 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate), DeLuxe
Film Length 2.96 m (Portugal, 35 mm), 2,782 m (Spain)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak), D-Cinema

Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Rango 2011 123movies
Original title Rango
TMDb Rating 6.7 4,635 votes

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