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The Lone Ranger
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 Overview

The Texas Rangers chase down a gang of outlaws led by Butch Cavendish, but the gang ambushes the Rangers, seemingly killing them all. One survivor is found, however, by an American Indian named Tonto, who nurses him back to health. The Ranger, donning a mask and riding a white stallion named Silver, teams up with Tonto to bring the unscrupulous gang and others of that ilk to justice.

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 Title : The Lone Ranger
 Original Title : The Lone Ranger
 Director : Gore Verbinski
 Writer :
 Sound & Music :
 Release Date : 2013-07-03
 Runtime : 149 Minutes
 Genre : Action, Adventure, Western
 Production Company : Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Infinitum Nihil, Silver Bullet Productions (II), Blind Wink Productions, Classic Media
 Popularity : 1.960751
 Plot Keyword : survivor, outlaw, lone ranger, the lone ranger
 Alternative Titles :
  • O Mascarilha
  • Vienišas reidžeris
  • Ο Μοναχικός Καβαλάρης

 Cast 

Image characters of Tonto

Characters : Tonto

Actor : Johnny Depp

Image characters of John Reid / The Lone Ranger

Characters : John Reid / The Lone Ranger

Actor : Armie Hammer

Image characters of Butch Cavendish

Characters : Butch Cavendish

Actor : William Fichtner

Image characters of Dan Reid

Characters : Dan Reid

Actor : James Badge Dale

Image characters of Latham Cole

Characters : Latham Cole

Actor : Tom Wilkinson

Image characters of Rebecca Reid

Characters : Rebecca Reid

Actor : Ruth Wilson

Image characters of Red

Characters : Red

Actor : Helena Bonham Carter

Image characters of Captain Jay Fuller

Characters : Captain Jay Fuller

Actor : Barry Pepper

Image characters of Barret

Characters : Barret

Actor : James Frain

Image characters of Will

Characters : Will

Actor : Mason Cook

Image characters of Skinny

Characters : Skinny

Actor : Matt O'Leary

Image characters of Collins

Characters : Collins

Actor : Leon Rippy

Image characters of Frank

Characters : Frank

Actor : Harry Treadaway

Image characters of Ray

Characters : Ray

Actor : Damon Herriman

Image characters of Stache

Characters : Stache

Actor : W. Earl Brown

Image characters of Soldier #3

Characters : Soldier #3

Actor : Matthew Page

Image characters of Saloon Guy (uncredited)

Characters : Saloon Guy (uncredited)

Actor : Nick W. Nicholson

 Reviews

Review By: JOHN CHARD

Wrong Brother.

The early signs were not good, tales of production problems galore and

early critical notices wading in to kick the film before it had even

had a run at the theatres. The Lone Ranger seemed destined to be a

blockbuster stinker. Yet in spite of it noticeably alienating original

Lone Ranger purists, and some Western lovers as well, for a rollicking

action fun packed time then Gore Verbinski's movie delivers in spades.

It's awash with the serial silliness of adventure films and TV shows of

yore, pitching good guys against bad guys with buddy buddy shenanigans

pulsing away at the core. The stunts are outrageously enjoyable, the

landscape photography as beautiful as it is respectful in homage to

past masters of the Western genre, while in Depp's Tonto there's a bona

fide hero to root for just as much as he makes you laugh out loud.

This is an origin story, a tale of how John Reid (Armie Hammer) became

The Lone Ranger, and of course how the noble steed Silver and Indian

side-kick Tonto became integral to his villain fighting ways. Tom

Wilkinson and William Fitchner file in for polar opposite villain

duties, the former is the weasel business man trying to mould the West

in is own image, the latter a repugnant psychopath with a penchant for

eating human hearts! Then Helena Bonham Carter wanders in from some

Grindhouse movie for a couple of cameos that are resplendent with

sexual energy.

It's all very wacky and wild, and rightly so, but this is not at the

expense of very good story telling. Some parts of the narrative could

have been trimmed, but as the bromance builds between our two heroes,

and Silver gets up to all sorts of comedy horse escapades, there's nary

a dull moment here. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Verbinski

throw all the action staples into the pot. Chases, fights, swinging

from ropes, shoot-outs, people dangling from speeding train (pic is

bookended by awesome train sequences), grisly deaths and on it goes

from start to end.

There's caustic asides to the machinations of organisations of the

time, from railroad magnates to the cavalry, while the catchphrases and

legends of The Lone Ranger TV series are deftly inserted into the tale.

It was interesting to see Depp come out and defend the movie against

those damning early critic reviews, it's not something he does, being

as he is very much a guy who sees acting as just a job. Bruckheimer,

Hammer and Verbinski backed Depp up, stating that some reviews were

written before the film had even been released, the big budget and

production problems clearly making this a big stinker…

Not so, it's certainly not flawless, and those seriously into

anachronisms are likely to have kittens. But if you haven't seen it

yet, if you was put off by the venomous early reviews, then give it a

chance, you may just be surprised at just how entertaining it is. It

also looks and sounds brilliant on Blu-ray, where repeat viewings even

show Hammer to be better than first thought as that masked man. 8.5/10

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