Monday, April 11, 2011

movie review of Rango

Rango - 8.5/10
Directed by Gore Verbinski
Cast - Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher,Ray Winstone,Bill Nighy

Plot Summary
Rango is an ordinary chameleon who accidentally winds up in the town of Dirt, a lawless outpost in the Wild West in desperate need of a new sheriff.

What a fantastic animated movie.It has been a while since I laughed so hard almost every 5 mins.I was pleasantly surprised.I simply loved the script.Definitely one of the best script for an animated movie.Not only has the main characters have some really funny lines,I felt the other characters had some really good scenes as well.Johnny Depp was definitely suited to be Rango.I doubt there is no one quirky enough to do the role.Bill Nighy and Ray Winstone were absolutely brilliant as the bad guys.And their voices are so recognizable.
I managed to watch the making of and it was a very interesting way of filming an animated movie with motion captures and all.and all the cast were involved together unlike the traditional voice acting.
Now not only were the voice acting and script fantastic ,I got to say the animation department did a fine job as well.I'm not really an animation fan,but Rango took the cake for me.Right from the characters appearance, to the close ups and the textures as well.Kudos to that.
There are also some movie references which perhaps only avid movie goers will get.For me I loved the Hunter Thompson reference and of course the Eastwood one.I enjoyed this movie so much,there is a high possibility I might watch it again.

Definitely worth watching on a weekend. Rango is a must watch!

Best Quotes
Rango: Stay in school, eat your veggies, and burn all the books that ain't Shakespeare.

Rango: Reptiles gotta stick together, brother.
Buford: I'm an amphibian.
Rango: Ain't no shame in that.

Rango: [an arrow is sticking through Turley's head, entering in his right eye and coming out the left-rear side of his head; Rango looks disgusted] You've, uh... got something in your eye.
Sergeant Turley: [indicates his left eye, seemingly oblivious] Oh, that? That's conjunctivitis. It's hereditary.

Recommended movies done by the director
Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy
The Mexican

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