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Title :The Lone Ranger (2013)
Release : 5 October 2013
Rating :6.5/10
Director:Gore Verbinski
Writers:Justin Haythe
Country:USA
Language:English | North American Indian
Runtime: 2h 30min
Genre :Action, Adventure, Western
Stars :Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, William Fichtner

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The Lone Ranger (2013) review

“Holy hell, y’all, this movie is loooong! There’s a decent bit of action in it to keep butts in seats, but there’s also a hell of a lot of stuff that goes nowhere and doesn’t really add much (why Helena Bonham Carter’s character is even in this movie is beyond me). If you have kids with good attention spans, then by all means, take the little critters along this weekend. If your kids are the fidgety types, though, just be warned that by an hour in, they may well be crawling around under the seats and trying to chew people’s shoelaces (that’s not just my kids, right?)”“I’d always suspected this movie was going to be a bit of a mess – it went through numerous re-writes, had several problems during production, and has shifted release dates more times than I can count on two paws (admittedly, I can only count to two on two paws) – but I still wasn’t prepared for the hopelessly uneven tone of the finished product. Unsure if it wants to be a quirky comedy, a summer action flick, or a character-based drama, it succeeds in being none of these things, ending up as a two and a half hour sprawl that felt like it could’ve had 45 minutes trimmed without losing anything important.“Let’s start with the Lone Ranger himself. Armie Hammer is likeable enough, but it’s clear no one knew what to do with a modern interpretation of this character. A city lawyer who despises guns, he’s constantly out of place in the wild west setting, which is supposed to be a source of humor, but ends up just forcing us to ask the obvious question – why is this guy the Lone Ranger? He can’t fight (it’s a running joke that he ‘boxed in law school’), he can’t shoot (he literally doesn’t shoot one person in this movie. A Western where the hero doesn’t shoot anyone! What were they thinking?), and he doesn’t seem to know who the bad guys are even when he’s staring them right in the face. He’s a relentlessly ineffectual hero, incapable of either romance or action, all of which makes him very hard to root for.

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