Rango (2011)



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Titolo originale: Rango–>
Genere: Animazione, Avventura, Commedia–>
Durata: 107–>
Nazione: USA–>
Regia:
  • Gore Verbinski

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Scritto da:

  • John Logan (sceneggiatura)
  • John Logan (storia)
  • Gore Verbinski (storia)
  • James Ward Byrkit (storia)

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Produzione:

  • Mark Bakshi (consulting regista)
  • John B. Carls (regista)
  • Adam Cramer (co-produttore)
  • Shari Hanson (co-produttore)
  • Tim Headington (produttore esecutivo)
  • Graham King (regista)
  • Nils Peyron (consulting regista)
  • David Shannon (co-produttore)
  • Gore Verbinski (regista)

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Musiche:

  • Hans Zimmer

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Trama del film:

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. Written by napierslogs

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1 Comment

  1.  

    MYeah_Gorlomi said

    February 24 2012 @ 19:30

    A couple days ago, I started 2011 off on a solid note with The
    Adjustment Bureau, but that solid note has now risen to a brilliant
    note with the release of Gore Verbinski's Rango.

    Johnny Deep provides the voice of the title character, a chameleon
    house pet who gets lost in the middle of the Mojave Desert, and through
    a series of effective fibs, as well as killing a lethal hawk by
    accident, winds up the sheriff of the town he wandered into known as
    Dirt, a town low on water supplies, and on the brink of total drought
    and dehydration. Rango decides to investigate the mystery surrounding
    the low supplies, and quite often bites off more than he can chew.

    The direction by Gore Verbinski, who garners enthusiastic and terrific
    performances from his voice cast, is wonderful, and the screenplay by
    John Logan pays tribute to the classic spaghetti westerns of
    yesteryear, right down to pre gunfight stand offs, important events
    happening at high noon, and the decision to have a Mariachi band
    narrate, and make comment on the film's events. Sure, a couple scenes
    seem to overstay their welcome, but in spite of that one flaw, the film
    is fresh, and funny, and the film quite often got a good laugh from
    myself. I also loved visual references to characters played by Clint
    Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.

    I must also praise the technical crew. This is the first animated
    feature designed by the legendary special effects company Industrial
    Light & Magic, and John Knoll does a good job at supervising the film's
    many grand, colorful and photo realistic images. I have just as much
    praise for the audio crew. Sound editor Addison Teague does a good job
    at handling classic western sound effects such as gunfire and galloping
    hooves, and Hans Zimmer (whose music score pays delightful homage to
    the scores of Ennio Morricone) does a great job at heightening the
    excitement and wit.

    Before I sign off, I must make a final point. I'm normally not too
    vocal about censorship, but take the facts that the film is animated,
    and rated PG with a huge grain of salt, because Rango is NOT a kid's
    movie. The images are quite quirky, and sometimes even trippy, some of
    the subject material is rather violent and foul mouthed, and some of
    the jokes may fly way over kids' heads, but that's exactly why I think
    the film's so special. The film makers stuck to their guns, and didn't
    wimp out in order to get a bigger audience of children. It's a movie
    almost strictly for older viewers, and should be treated as such.

    Needless to say, I loved Rango. I give it ***1/2 out of ****

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