The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger
- 2h 29m
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Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer star in The Lone Ranger, from Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Director Gore Verbinski. It’s a wild ride of high-velocity action, explosions and gunfights that brings the famed masked legend to life through brand-new eyes. The Lone Ranger (Hammer), the last of his kind, teams with Tonto (Depp), a dark and mysterious vigilante, to seek vengeance after justice has failed them. It’s a runaway train of epic surprises, as these two unlikely heroes must learn to work together before the ultimate showdown between good and evil explodes.
Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Tom Wilkinson, William Fichtner, Barry Pepper, James Dale, Ruth Wilson, Helena Carter, Leon Rippy, Stephen Root, Matt O'Leary, James Frain, Joaquin Cosio, Damon Herriman, Harry Treadaway, Gil Birmingham, Robert Baker, Lew Temple, Bryant Prince, Mason Cook, JD Cullum, Saginaw Grant, W. Brown, Timothy Murphy, Damon Carney, Kevin Wiggins, Chad Brummett, Joseph Foy, Randy Oglesby, Brad Greenquist, Rance Howard, Leonard Howze, Travis Hammer, Steve Corona, Matt Page, Jack Axelrod, Christopher Hagen, Freda Shen, Margaret Bowman, Luz Mendez, Laina Loucks, Devon Adams, Desirae Anslover, Charlotte Cormier, Megan Pribyl, Briana Schuyver, Julie Stracener, Chad Randall, Jason Hill, Todd Anderson, Beth Bailey, Joanne Camp, John Keating, Stephen Brodie, Will Koberg, Jack Chang, Tad Jones, Robin McGee, Bob Rumnock, Grover Coulson, Tait Flectcher, Alex Knight, Argos MacCallum, David Midthunder, Allison Volk, Pokey LaFarge, Joseph Glynn, Adam Hoskins, Ryan Koenig, Tom Rostkowski, Malachi Tsoodle-Nelson, Sean Durham, Anthony Burt, R.J. Kirkhope, Will Kirkhope, Kenneth Love
© 2013 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Common Sense Says
Occasionally entertaining but overlong and overly violent.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Lone Ranger is a reboot of the famous TV show and film serials about a lawman-turned-vigilante and his trusty Native American sidekick, Tonto. Only in Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski's take, Tonto (Johnny Depp) isn't merely a secondary character -- he's the story's guide, catalyst, and narrator. There's a surprising amount of violence -- not just the body count, but also persistent references to cannibalism (including a scene of a man's heart being cut out and eaten, albeit partially in shadow) and rape. (Some of the scary scenes are interrupted by flash-forwards, relieving the intensity, but things still get tense.) The language is mild, as is the sexuality (although one scene does take place in a brothel, and a supporting player is a madam), and the drinking is done by adults. A kid holds a gun to a man who's threatening his mother's life, and the lesson that sometimes the law can't provide true justice takes a bit of discussion. On the plus side, Depp has said he is in fact of Native American heritage and had the support of several Native American groups in his portrayal of Tonto.
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- Release Date:July 3, 2013
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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