Home On The Rango: There’s A New Sheriff In Town

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Have you ever thought that an average lizard could be the hero of a story? Well, I never thought that either until I saw "Rango," the story of how such a creature can become a hero.

Have you ever thought that an average lizard could be the hero of a story? Well, I never thought that either until I saw "Rango," the story of how such a creature can become a hero.

 

Rango, voiced by the talented Johnny Depp, starts out as a pet traveling in somebody's car pretending to be a movie actor and director. They end up running over a clever and wise armadillo which leaves Rango spilling out of the back of the car out into the desert. And that's just the beginning!

 

As Rango wanders across the barren landscape, he comes to the town of Dirt, meeting up with other characters along the way including a tough lady lizard named Beans. Rango then gets himself into some lies when he goes into an old time saloon–like saying he shot the Jenkins brothers with a single bullet–that leads to him being appointed sheriff of the town by the mayor himself.

 

And then Rango discovers that the town has a serious water shortage problem. Someone has been changing the water pipe's direction leaving the town desperate for water! The only water that's left is in a small tank in the town bank. Can it be his responsibility to bring back water to the town of Dirt? Or will his lies catch up with him before he can solve the mystery and get him kicked out before he has the chance? Will this death risking journey help Rango to discover who he really is on the inside and help him to learn to live on his own in the wild? Find out in this hilarious film with adventure and mystery that will make you laugh out loud!

 

I think this movie should be for all ages, especially ones who love animals. And with an epic chase scene involving a rattlesnake and a team of water-thirsty moles, you are sure to be on the edge of your seat. Watching this movie, I really felt like I was in the middle of a desert, and when they were desperately trying to get a drink and the water was drying up before it could reach their lips, I actually felt really thirsty! You might want to make sure you have a water bottle or a drink next to you when you watch this movie.

 

Rango is rated PG.