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|Release Date The Lone Ranger Jul 3, 2013 Wide Genres The Lone Ranger : Western,Action & Adventure,Kids & Family|
|Total Vote User The Lone Ranger : Visitor|
|User Ranting The Lone Ranger : 3.7|
|User Percentage For The Lone Ranger : 73 %|
|User Count Like for The Lone Ranger : 52,015|
|All Critics Ranting For The Lone Ranger : 4.6|
|All Critics Count For The Lone Ranger : 140|
|All Critics Percentage For The Lone Ranger : 24 %|
Actors For The Lone Ranger
|Johnny Depp,Armie Hammer,Tom Wilkinson,William Fichtner,Barry Pepper,Helena Bonham Carter,James Badge Dale,Matt O'Leary,Harry Treadaway,W. Earl Brown,Leon Rippy,Ruth Wilson,James Frain,Dwight Yoakam|
The Lone Ranger Movie Review
|Somewhere, around the hour-and-a-half mark, The Lone Ranger makes the fateful decision not to end. Worse, the movie keeps not-ending for another full hour. |
Christopher Orr-The Atlantic
When it comes to mining boys' adventure stories, defaming pirates may be fair game, but stories about western justice and native Americans? Not so much.
Liam Lacey-Globe and Mail
Who, exactly, was this bipolar oater made for?
Peter Howell-Toronto Star
Director Gore Verbinski has adopted the more-is-better approach he used in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, crowding the movie with so many extraneous characters and subplots that the film becomes an endurance test.
Rene Rodriguez-Miami Herald
A wild, wacky, wide-screen reimagining of the vintage radio serial and TV series, the film - with Armie Hammer in the hat and mask, galloping across Texas righting wrongs, and Depp as his trusty Indian sidekick, Tonto - is an epic good time.
Steven Rea-Philadelphia Inquirer
I mean, no wonder Depp's in disguise. No wonder Hammer wears a mask. Wouldn't you?
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger
Johnny doesn't take his Jack Sparrow shtick to new Depp-ths.
Between this and The Green Hornet, the Reid Family has been royally screwed by Hollywood.
Who has time to hypothesize about a Johnny Depp movie at this point?
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
"The Lone Ranger" is perfect summer entertainment, though not for small children. Step away from the picnic table and get to a movie theater.
Jeanne Kaplan-Kaplan vs. Kaplan
A rousing opening sequence, plus the stirring William Tell Overture at the end of "The Lone Ranger", are not enough to compensate for the disappointing middle of the film.
David Kaplan-Kaplan vs. Kaplan
He will not ride again.
The Lone Ranger is so lame and unlikable, it's almost impossible to root for him.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
The film ends with a bang, which makes up for a lot of the dragging that happens in the middle. It runs a bit long, but I did enjoy watching a good chunk of it.
Kevin Carr-7M Pictures
Clearly they are trying to turn Tonto into another Captain Jack Sparrow, but it doesn't work.
Daniel M. Kimmel-New England Movies Weekly
Most of us know the short and sweet Clayton Moore/Jay Silverheels TV version, but Gore Verbinski -- as he proved in Pirates of the Caribbean -- can't do anything quickly.
Gary Wolcott-Tri-City Herald
...the coin is spent on the action sequences, which don't get better than the spectacular train setpiece that opens the film...But in the middle? Maybe they should have done another rewrite...
Kevin Jagernauth-The Playlist
You ought to provide the audience with someone to root for, and this lumbering screenplay offers nothing but lamebrains...
Leonard Maltin-Leonard Maltin's Picks
the anarchic, over-the-top third act feels pretty forced ... not surprising for a Pirates sequel dressed up in western wear.
A mean-spirited, misguided, overlong time-waster whose description as "popcorn" fare is fittingly appropriate, as it's an aggressively unhealthy substitute for more intellectually and emotionally nourishing entertainment.
Todd Gilchrist-Comic Book Resources
At one point in the movie, the Lone Ranger is dragged through manure, which begs for comment. But it's self-explanatory.
I'm all for senseless violence in movies, but there is so much death and destruction going on here, you start to wish something nice would happen for once.
Certain audience members will enjoy this Lone Ranger but it's style over substance that fails to elevate the series in any meaningful (or particularly exciting) way.
It's as obsessive and overbearing as Steven Spielberg's "1941"-and, I'll bet, as likely to be re-evaluated twenty years from now, and described as "misunderstood."
Matt Zoller Seitz-RogerEbert.com
Unfortunately, the director's only good decision in this bloated action movie is his choice of when to use the William Tell Overture on the soundtrack.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice
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