Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
Heroes come in all different colors.
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.
Rango is a dark, dramatic comedy at its heart. I would not define it as a joyous children's movie that much is for sure. But I think it is something children would love just the same. A lot of the innuendos and deeper context is probably going to go over most kids heads. Honestly, that is okay because Rango is an easy creature to love, and that's what really matters. Adults can enjoy this film it as it teeters towards an adult audience. Children can appreciate its beautiful look and fun nature. And everyone can enjoy the warm spirit that lay beneath it's scaly exterior.
what the hell
I enjoyed this the first time I saw it, back when it first came out; didn't necessarily love it though. But now Rango is definitely one of my favorite animated movies ever. It's so incredibly bizarre, as well as one of the coolest freakin' things visually (definitely check it out on Blu-ray if possible). Johnny Depp's voice performance is perfect in bringing spectacular life to the character - same goes for the entire supporting cast, actually. And, of course, I absolutely love the Fear & Loathing references.
Recent animation has suffered from relentless 3D, not to mention a tendency towards diluted story lines, under-developed characters, and overly safe humour. Too much of the wrong thing, and too little originality, has meant that it's been a long time since I've sat through an animated blockbuster and not eagerly anticipated the end. Just as I was about to give up hope on Hollywood, along comes Rango with his identity issues, his metaphysical self-awareness, and his little beady eyes, shaking up a genre that was dying a slow death.
The story follows a pet chameleon (Johnny Depp) who is stranded in the desert after being knocked out of the back of a moving car. Used to life within the confines…
Astonishingly fresh, deft, weird and left-of-center, RANGO is a self-stylized 21st Century Western set in the world of desert-dwelling animals who think they're living in the world of Sergio Leone. Elegant motion-captured performances, bold and bizarre visual elements, stylish and tongue-firmly-stuck-in-bone-dry-cheek, RANGO is a film that isn't so much for modern animation fans as it's for fans who are sick of modern animation and its lowest-common-denominator-catering blandness.
Whimsical and witty with strong direction by Gore Verbinski (who seems to have found his element post his Pirates-career), studded with great performances, odd cameos and outlandishly surreal and astonishingly intelligent post-modern gags, if you see one peyote-laced, nightmare-fuel, Johnny-Depp-playing-Hunter-S-Thompson-playing-a-reptilian-Jack-Sparrow-cowboy-hero movie in your lifetime...make sure it's this one.
it had a unique story about reinventing yourself! Loved it!
Genial. Divertida, inteligente y visualmente perfecta.
"The previews would have kept me away from Rango but the many rapturous reviews brought me in to see it. Really, a pretty amazing accomplishment. Obviously a lot of critics were won over by the many, many references to other films - which I feel went a bit far and began interfering with my involvement in the movie I was actually watching. Being based to such a great degree on Chinatown probably elevated it in many of those critics eyes as well but, since I don't really care for Chinatown, while I could appreciate the references, I wished that, if the filmmakers needed to copy a classic film, they had copied a one I like. The performances were uniformly great…
CG animated features seem to predictably fall into two camps these days. There are the impeccable, but painfully sentimental, works of Pixar, while the rest tend to fall into the pop culture referencing, sequel-bound likes of Shrek and Madagascar. Rango initially seems like it will fall into the latter category, as a parody of so many westerns, but with animals (of course), before it eventually finds its own path; more or less, anyway. This is Pirates of the Carribean director Gore Verbinski's first animated feature, and sees him reunited with that film's star, Johnny Depp. It is also the first entirely animated feature to be produced at Industrial Light & Magic, who will be counting on the film's success if they…
A very entertaining homage to Spaghetti Westerns with a dash of Coen Brothers included but with animals playing the roles. Johnny Depp gives a brilliant voice performance as the titular chameleon who becomes the sheriff of a stuck in the 1800's town in the Mojave Desert. The characters and animation are a sight to see and John Logan's bizarre script somehow manages to work. The film nearly manages to break every rule of making a mainstream animated feature and succeeds in doing so, creating a film that differentiates itself from most non-Pixar efforts.
A fun animation movie with great voice acting.
Nothing too great. It was entertaining, which is what this kind of movies are for, but it's just more of the same.
Even the jokes weren't that good, even though I found that some of the lines were targeted way more towards the adult public than children. If I was a child back in my days and I went to see this movie there would be some stuff that I don't think I would understand at all.
cheio de detalhes e com uma temática nova para as animações. curti!
- The Racket
- 7th Heaven
- Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
- Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness
- Spirited Away
- My Neighbor Totoro
- Toy Story
- The Incredibles
Chances are the first movie you ever saw was animation. Exuberant, colorful and full of wonder, animation is the stuff…
- The Hunger
- Fright Night
- Near Dark
- The Lost Boys
If you owned your very own movie theater and got to program the films it exhibited as you desired, what…