Is Clint Eastwood in Rango?
Speaking of the venerable Eastwood: his iconic Man With No Name is even a character in “Rango,” dubbed The Spirit of the West (and voiced with an Eastwoodian sandpaper growl by Timothy Olyphant, himself the protagonist of the great TV Western “Deadwood”).
How did Rango fall out of the car?
Rango (voice of Johnny Depp) is a pet chameleon. He gets lost when his cage falls out of the family car while his owners are driving through the desert. Rango has told the townsfolk of Dirt that he’s a legendary gunslinger and lawman. They turn to him for help in cleaning up the town and making their water supply safe.
Is Rango a bad movie?
All so good – for an adult viewer. But as a children’s movie, Rango falls down somewhat. Sidestepping being a ‘family’ movie, instead Rango is full to the brim of violent dialogue (spoken in jest or not), scary characters and sexual innuendo.
Why isn’t there a Rango 2?
Apparently, the reason there is no Rango 2 is Gore Verbinsky himself. Paramount and United (I believe) were both very interested in making the sequel. Considering it only took about 20 days for the actors to voice the movie, one would think…
What is Rango’s real name?
Many people have taken Johnny Depp’s credit as a character named “Lars” to mean that Rango’s real name is Lars, but this is false. Rango’s real name is never revealed in the film, which ties into the theme of him being “The Man with No Name”… or rather “The Lizard with No Name”, if you will…
Who does Rango talk to?
The Spirit of the West is a supporting character in Rango who appears to Rango in a dream. The Spirit of the West is a metacinema character that is based on Clint Eastwood, the most recognizable actor in spaghetti Westerns.
How much money did Rango make?
245.7 million USD
What is rangos full name?
What animal is Priscilla in Rango?
Priscilla is a major character in Rango. She is a cactus mouse or ‘aye-aye’ (according to the DVD commentary), and one of the few major characters to be a mammal.
What age is Rango for?
Overall comments and recommendations
|Children under 8||Not recommended due to adult themes, violence and scary scenes|
|Children 8 to 13||Parental guidance recommended recommended due to adult themes, violence and scary scenes|
|Children 13 and over||OK for this age group|