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  • Directors: Gore Verbinski
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005KA9UH4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 187,813 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mitsuco on 21 Jan. 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Reading some of the reviews, I thought Rango might not be suitable for my three year old daughter, and considering it was a PG I had a watch of it first to see what I thought.

The film begins in a very similar way to the excellent Aardman/Dreamworks Flushed Away, a pampered but lonely pet is thrown into the wild world and forced to fend for himself.

It then morphs into the classic western plot, stranger in town, corrupt mayor, gunslingers etc, all played out by a cast of beautifully animated ugly wild creatures.

Yes, it is weird, the animals are not standardised Disney/Pixar/Dreamworks cuties - they are rough and ready, battered looking wild creatures.

Yes, some of the references - Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Clint Eastwood westerns, assorted Tarantino-esque moments - will be lost on little ones, but then the best animated films appeal to all age groups.

After watching I decided my daughter would get along OK with Rango, and it has quickly become a favourite, being requested most days!

I would say that if your kids can handle the weirder side of animation - my daughters favourites include Coraline, Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr Fox, the Nightmare Before Christmas and the Studio Ghibli movies - they will love this film. If they prefer their animation a bit more cute and cuddly, perhaps steer clear or buy it for the grown ups to enjoy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kirsty on 1 Aug. 2013
Format: DVD
This film is pretty amazing to be honest , made me laugh a lot. Also when it came to that fight between Rango and the big evil snake! I literally was in tears from laughter , could seriously just sit down and watch this more than once and I still wouldn't let it go XD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BAZ316 on 16 Jun. 2013
Format: DVD
When this started off,it looked very much like it was going to be a miss,trying to be funny and not quite succeeding,but then it becomes clear what was going on and the main story kicks in. Rango,as he eventually names himself,finds himself stranded in the middle of a very hot nowhere. He's a worried chameleon,a dreamer who now has to think quick. He eventually meets other characters and becomes a big name in a little town,realizing the town folk rely on their beliefs and limited supply of water (controlled by a power hungry character). The story goes on with Rango becoming more and more important to the town,all be it kind of by accident. There are plenty of laughs along the way,it's a film that starts off almost funny and gets better and better,funnier and funnier,with plenty of big laughs to be had. So if you start this like I did,wondering if it gets funnier,don't panic,it does. It soon becomes a five star film,after a slightly dodgy start. Come the end,i was not disappointed,the voice overs,as you would expect from the likes of Johnny Depp are brilliant,the characters work well and the story has a great message. So once this gets going,it works brilliantly and I look forward to watching it again someday.
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44 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Maciej TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Mar. 2011
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I expected a lot from the duo Verbinski/Depp and I was not disappointed. Both me and my 10 y.o. daughter we spend a great cinema moment together watching "Rango" and I recommend this movie for a whole family evening, as it is a typical "kidult" (kid+adult) movie. In fact, when I looked, there were more adults than kids in the cinema and they were all having a really great time!

The reasons why this movie is so good are many, and I will try to enumerate the more important, avoiding the spoilers as much as possible:

1) It is a really really good, solid classical western, with all the necessary ingredients: a lawless town (named Dirt), a mysterious lone stranger, a cemetery filled with dead sheriffs, a cute (although tough) senorita in dire straits, a bank robbery, a saloon filled with the scum of the earth, a joyful merry undertaker (which is only normal - his is the only prospering business in Dirt), a deadly evil gunfighter who ALWAYS "takes a soul" in every town he visits, an Indian tracker (who molts, but we shall not hold it against him, shall we?) and also desperadoes, buzzards, posses, dynamite, old timers with shotguns, youngsters with Colts, hillbillies with Gatling machine guns, booze galore, Far West stories, coffee and beans around a campfire, mariachis on the cactuses and let's not forget the seven brothers killed with one bullet...)))

2) Johny Depp gives to Rango more than just his voice - this lizard IS Johny Depp! And also by placing in his mouth some of the lines from "Pirates of the Caribbean", Johny Depp made me relieve some of the best moments of this franchise. There were moments when I half expected seeing Barbossa behind that Gatling machine gun!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. EXETER on 12 Dec. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
With Rango, his first completely animated feature film, co-writer/director Gore Verbinski returns to the anarchic spirit of his movie debut Mousehunt as he follows the existential quest of hapless hero Lars, a chameleon voiced by the ever quixotic Johnny Depp.

I don't want to dwell too much on the suitably of the film for younger children, it has been rated PG and I think that speaks for itself. If it had wished to be marketed specifically for family audiences it would have strived for a U certificate like the Pixar and Dreamworks movies it's being unduly compared to.

Rango actually marks the foray of the George Lucas foundered special effects company Industrial Light & Magic into feature length animation; working under the guidance of the Coen Brothers regular cinematographer Roger Deakins they have crafted quite simply one of the most detailed, breathtaking and genuinely beautiful CGI pictures seen to date.

When we meet Lars he is stuck in a hermetically sealed world of his own imagining; an aspiring actor with an identity crisis, confined to a tiny terrarium he improvises scenes of would-be heroics, bouncing lofty dialogue off his inanimate inmates, a clockwork toy fish, a dead insect and a headless Barbie doll.

As Lars has the sudden realisation that the reason his life lacks definition is due to the absence of any real conflict his world is launched into space as the camera pulls back to reveal it's being carried by a car hurtling at high speed along the freeway which has been sent into a tailspin after hitting an armadillo attempting to cross to the other side.
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