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Legenda calaretului singuratic

Legenda calaretului singuratic
Legenda calaretului singuratic Rating: 44 out of 100 based on 39 reviews.
Arunca
Armie Hammer

John Reid (Lone Ranger)
William Fichtner

Butch Cavendish
Tom Wilkinson

Latham Cole
Ruth Wilson

Rebecca Reid
Helena Bonham Carter

Red Harrington
JD Cullum

Wendell
Saginaw Grant

Chief Big Bear
Producere
Director:Gore Verbinski
Producer:Jerry Bruckheimer (producer)
Eric McLeod (executive producer)
Chad Oman (executive producer)
Mike Stenson (executive producer)
Johnny Depp (executive producer)
Eric Ellenbogen (executive producer)
Ted Elliott (executive producer)
Terry Rossio (executive producer)
Gore Verbinski (producer)
Writer:Ted Elliott (screen story) &)
Justin Haythe (screen story)
Terry Rossio (screen story) and)
Recenzii pentru Legenda calaretului singuratic
Fan The Fire
In the run up to it’s release in the UK, star Johnny Depp and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have spoken ill of the press, claiming they were “gunning” for the movie long before it hit theatres, and that their bad reviews and extreme prejudice were the...
Aisle Seat
The Lone Ranger is not a concept or an idea, it's a mentality. The movie exists because a bunch of people thought they understood the necessary elements to manufacture a blockbuster.
iHaveNet.com
Not that Johnny Depp did them for free, but Disney Enterprises Inc. owes Depp and his mock-heroic portrayal of the knave Jack Sparrow a great deal for the financial success of the four "Pirates of the Caribbean" pictures.
Rolling Stone
According to the Ranger code: "Never Ask a Question You Already Know the Answer To." And the answer is really that obvious. Because the movie sucks, that's why.
Movies.com
"Let's do this!" says the Lone Ranger (Armie Hammer) to Tonto (Johnny Depp) as they embark on something big and this-ish. It's 1869, by the way, a time before the wide usage of gung-ho bro-isms like "Let's do this." But no matter, Tonto has his own...
Recenzii pentru Legenda calaretului singuratic
Fan The Fire
In the run up to it’s release in the UK, star Johnny Depp and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have spoken ill of the press, claiming they were “gunning” for the movie long before it hit theatres, and that their bad reviews and extreme prejudice were the...
Aisle Seat
The Lone Ranger is not a concept or an idea, it's a mentality. The movie exists because a bunch of people thought they understood the necessary elements to manufacture a blockbuster.
iHaveNet.com
Not that Johnny Depp did them for free, but Disney Enterprises Inc. owes Depp and his mock-heroic portrayal of the knave Jack Sparrow a great deal for the financial success of the four "Pirates of the Caribbean" pictures.
Rolling Stone
According to the Ranger code: "Never Ask a Question You Already Know the Answer To." And the answer is really that obvious. Because the movie sucks, that's why.
Movies.com
"Let's do this!" says the Lone Ranger (Armie Hammer) to Tonto (Johnny Depp) as they embark on something big and this-ish. It's 1869, by the way, a time before the wide usage of gung-ho bro-isms like "Let's do this." But no matter, Tonto has his own...
Movie Web
The Lone Ranger is a character that enjoyed massive popularity from the 1930s through the 1950s...and that's the movie's first major problem. In trying to tackle a character in no way relevant to modern values and sensibilities, producer...
Citeste recenzie16 iul 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
In trying to revive the Western film genre, Walt Disney Pictures is also reviving the “Pirates of the Caribbean” formula – extreme action, intrigue, flamboyant characters and Johnny Depp. Add a dash of a familiar American legend – “The Lone Ranger”...
CinemaBlend.com
Artists draw inspiration from strange places. Literary triumphs, gory graphic novels, headline-grabbing stories of heroism … all have motivated contemporary storytellers. And then there’s Gore Verbinski, who appears to be guiding his career along...
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
While the titular hero is the legendary masked man wearing a big, white Stetson and riding a scene-stealing steed named Silver, the plot pivots on his quirky Native American companion, Tonto (Johnny Depp), because the origin story is told as...
Reel Film Reviews
With its 149 minute running time, The Lone Ranger should, by all rights, come off as an interminable, bloated mess along the lines of Gore Verbinski's last two Pirates of the Caribbean movies, Dead Man's Chest and At World's End.
Houston Press
The Lone Ranger had an estimated budget of $250 million. It was made by Walt Disney in conjunction with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, two studios not exactly known for pinching pennies (even though Depp reportedly took a pay cut to bring the movie in under...
Groucho Reviews
Inevitably, Disney's new-millennial The Lone Ranger is a mass of contradictions, just like the country it's about. But it's hard to shake the feeling that director Gore Verbinski and executive producer Johnny Depp are getting away with something. Again.
ReviewSTL
Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer try to capture the same magic of 2003′s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, with a fresh take on a classic character – The Lone Ranger.
Mark Reviews Movies
"But the Lone Ranger and Tonto are good guys," bemoans a young fan of the heroes when he learns from a first-hand account—in a clunky framing device—that his idols were once involved in a bank robbery.
ComingSoon.net
Overall, I was pretty disappointed by "The Lone Ranger." It didn't live up to its potential. However, it's still worth checking out at some point as a rental or on TV.
RedEye
You jam with Keith Richards and have a lifetime “Play whatever quirky character you want” card signed by Tim Burton, but you, in fact, can't do everything. For example, you can't—or at least you shouldn't—darken your skin, paint your face and...
Eric D. Snider
The prospect of Johnny Depp starring in a movie directed by Gore Verbinski – something epic and adventurous like the three “Pirates of the Caribbean” films they made together, not to mention a Western like their animated “Rango” – sounds promising enough.
tonymacklin.net
In 2013 The Lone Ranger is long. Very, very long. And clumsy. And tacky. Director Gore Verbinski shows how tacky a "western" can be.
Entertainment Weekly
When you go in to see The Lone Ranger, you may already know that it's two-and-a-half hours long, and that it's been made by the same maestros of noisy bombastic overkill (producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Gore Verbinksi) who brought us...
Citeste recenzie11 iul 2013
Shockya.com
Capturing the true, comedic and sentimental bond between two highly distinct men on opposite sides of the law who are both seeking the same justice can be a difficult task for many filmmakers.
StarTribune.com
The story of the Lone Ranger has been told many times, on radio, in adventure novels, a TV series and several unsuccessful films. Surely it has never been given such a strange rendition as in the latest failed movie adaptation.
NJ.com
More than 50 years since his last round-up on television — I'm trying very hard to forget "The Legend of the Lone Ranger" from 1981, and a 2003 wanna-be TV pilot — that stalwart defender of womanhood and American virtue is back.
NOLA.com
The iconic elements are all there: the black mask, the noble steed, the American Indian companion, the silver bullets, the hoof-pounding, heart-pounding "William Tell" overture.
One Guy's Opinion
When they last attempted a big-screen version of the story of John Reid—better known as the Lone Ranger—back in 1981, the result was one of the biggest, most expensive bombs of its day.
MediaMikes
My father grew up watching “The Lone Ranger”. Whether it was Clayton Moore or John Hart donning the bandit style mask, my dad sat in front of the TV watching the 221 televised adventures of “The Lone Ranger”.
Sacramento News & Review
Radio and TV's daring “masked rider of the plains” takes a vicious beating at the hands of producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski, flushed and overconfident with their Pirates of the Caribbean success.
Las Vegas Weekly
For 20 years and nearly 3,000 episodes in the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, The Lone Ranger radio drama needed only voices, music and sound effects to captivate audiences. Sixty years later, the bloated film version throws together hundreds of millions...
The Film Yap
So what’s up with a Lone Ranger movie where Tonto is the chief character? Who wears an expired crow on his noggin and death-head war paint? And the titular Ranger is a whiny, kvetching, annoying ball of tics who saps the film of energy every time...
stltoday.com
There’s a terrific scene in “The Lone Ranger” that reminds you it was directed by Gore Verbinski, the crazily inventive skipper behind the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. While two runaway trains careen down parallel tracks toward a dynamited...
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Well, it’s finally here. THE LONE RANGER is a movie we’ve all been tracking since it was announced Johnny Depp would be reteaming with his PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN director Gore Verbinski in a new, politically correct “reimaging” of the classic character.
Atlantic City Weekly
The Lone Ranger is not really a western in the hands of director Gore Verbinski. It plays out more like one of his Pirates of the Caribbean movies set on dry land with a moving train substituting for a pirate ship.
Citeste recenzie10 iul 2013
filmjabber
On a Pirates of the Caribbean scale, The Lone Ranger is most definitely at the Dead Man's Chest end of the spectrum. And back around to At World's End. Boring, agonizingly long and somewhat racist, The Lone Ranger reunites Johnny Depp with director...
The A.V. Club
The Lone Ranger finds Gore Verbinski reviving the classic radio and TV serial the only way he knows how: by way of an ironic, overstuffed adventure movie. As in Verbinski’s Pirates Of The Caribbean films and Rango, Johnny Depp serves as the weirdo...
Crave Online
There’s something about concluding the massacre of hundreds of Native Americans with a cheap joke about a horse in a funny hat that rubs me the wrong way. The Lone Ranger tries so hard to be every kind of movie at once that it ends up being no kind of...
Christian Science Monitor
When “The Lone Ranger” was halted during pre-production in 2011 because Disney thought its $250 million budget was too high, the shock waves rocked Hollywood. A Johnny Depp movie produced by Jerry Bruckheimer was halted? Can the apocalypse be far behind?
MovieXclusive.com
If not for Johnny Depp, this big-budget revisionist interpretation of the classic ‘Lone Ranger’ character would probably never have happened. Sure, the baby-boomer generation of the 1950s might remember the popular TV show in which Clayton Moore was...
QNetwork Entertainment
It doesn’t take long to get the sense that the makers of The Lone Ranger had no idea what to do with the title character, a significant problem for a film that is ostensibly, in the words of producer Jerry Bruckheimer, re-introducing the...
Flicks.co.nz
You can’t fault Disney for pitching The Lone Ranger as ‘Pirates of the Wild West’. But while you can hold a bright candle to that comparison, Gore Verbinski’s ability to imitate the earnest enjoyment of its source material is what really shines through.
Quickflix
They worked so hard to make a movie out of The Lone Ranger, responding to the pleas of absolutely no one. Calls for a sequel will be even less thunderous. Director Gore Verbinski, producer Jerry Bruckheimer, and star Johnny Depp were just so darned...
The Mercury
IN the closing scenes of The Lone Ranger, Tonto utters the punchline to possibly the best gag in the entire 250 minutes of the film: "Don't ever do that again."
Arunca
Johnny Depp...Tonto
Armie Hammer...John Reid (Lone Ranger)
William Fichtner...Butch Cavendish
Tom Wilkinson...Latham Cole
Ruth Wilson...Rebecca Reid
Helena Bonham Carter...Red Harrington
James Badge Dale...Dan Reid
Bryant Prince...Danny
Barry Pepper...Fuller
Mason Cook...Will
JD Cullum...Wendell
Saginaw Grant...Chief Big Bear
Harry Treadaway...Frank
James Frain...Barret
Joaquín Cosio...Jesus
Matt O'Leary...Skinny
W. Earl Brown...Mustached Ranger
Chad Brummett...Martin
Lew Temple...Hollis
Leon Rippy...Collins
Timothy V. Murphy...Fritz
Damon Herriman...Ray
Robert Baker...Navarro
Jason E. Hill...Mob Member
Christopher Hagen...Preacher
Tait Fletcher...Grizzled Soldier
Allison Marie Volk...Jane
John Keating...Young Crier (Hell on Wheels)
Alex Knight...Soldier #4
Laina Loucks...Rosalie
Will Koberg...Soldier #2
Stephen Brodie...Soldier #1
Matthew Page...Soldier #3
Travis Hammer...Young Cavendish
Bob Rumnock...Stove Pipe
Grover Coulson...Joe
Tad Jones...VP Colfax
Damon Carney...Blaine
Steve Corona...Young Cole
Luz P. Mendez...Pilar
Megan Pribyl...Dancer (Red's)
Robin McGee...Old Crier
Gil Birmingham...Red Knee
Kevin Wiggins...Clayton
Joseph E. Foy...Boy Tonto
Stephen Root...Habberman
Randy Oglesby...Shareholder
Brad Greenquist...Shareholder
Rance Howard...Engineer
Leonard Earl Howze...Homer
Jack Axelrod...Telegraph Operator
Freda Foh Shen...Kai
Margaret Bowman...Fat Lady
Devon J. Adams...Dancer (Red's)
Desirae Anslover...Dancer (Red's)
Charlotte Cormier...Dancer (Red's)
Briana Van Schuyver...Dancer (Red's)
Julie Stracener...Dancer (Red's)
Chad Randall...Pawing Drunk
Todd Anderson...Mob Member
Beth Bailey...Mob Member
Joanne Camp...Glenda
Jack Chang...Huang
Argos MacCallum...Farmer
David Midthunder...Fuller's Native American Scout
Pokey LaFarge...Band at Red's
Joseph Glynn...Band at Red's
Adam Hoskins...Band at Red's
Ryan Koenig...Band at Red's
Tom E. Rostkowski...Man Who Congratulates Cole
Malachi Tsoodle-Nelson...Red Knee's Young Warrior
Sean Durham...Cavalry Guard
Anthony R. Burt...Cavalry
R.J. Kirkhope...Cavalry
Will Kirkhope...Cavalry
Kenneth Love...Cavalry
Erika Feerer...Woman temperance
Robb Moon...Railroad Spiker (uncredited)
Landall Goolsby...Stove Pipe Hat (uncredited)
James P. Bennett...(uncredited)
Tina Parker...Helen (uncredited)
Edward Khmara...Sheriff Patterson (uncredited)
Ashley M. Kalfas...Parasole Lady (uncredited)
Joel Thingvall...Sheriff Long Johns (uncredited)
Albert Fry Jr....Town Dignitary (uncredited)
Turner Ross...Fairgoer (uncredited)
Carter DuBois...Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Steve Shaw...Dignitary (uncredited)
Pablo Paz...Farmhand Mobster (uncredited)
Hope McCurdy...Contortionist (uncredited)
Tonya Kay...Specialty - Fire Fingers (uncredited)
Ronnie Rodriguez...Gentleman / Train Passenger (uncredited)
David Dustin Kenyon...Train Passenger (uncredited)
Gio Dangadze...Indian (uncredited)
Aura Esther Trentin...Train Passenger (uncredited)
Elgin Cahill...Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Todd Bethke...Train Passenger (uncredited)
Toni Ann Gambale...Saloon Girl (uncredited)
Jason D. Johnson...Seamus O'Toole (uncredited)
Kristine Fambrough...Train Car Temperance Woman (uncredited)
Dustin Lane...Train Station Kid (uncredited)
Phil Arnold...Promontory Summit Band Conductor (uncredited)
Alexandria Morrow...Reds Girl (uncredited)
Shannan Wagenman...Fairground Woman (uncredited)
Patrick Juarez...Fair Man - Wild West Show (uncredited)
Nick W. Nicholson...Saloon Guy (uncredited)
Martin Palmer...Constitution Fireman (uncredited)
Greg Herman...Train Passenger (uncredited)
Carlos Sepulveda...Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Michael Neal Powell...Townsman (uncredited)
Claudia Adams...Townsperson (uncredited)
Walter Anaruk...Chinese Miner (uncredited)
Scott Flick...Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Andrew Hook...Railway Worker (uncredited)
Davin Ruggles...Fair Child (uncredited)
Liam Ruggles...Fair Child (uncredited)
Cabran E. Chamberlain...Railroad Worker (uncredited)
James Grummitt...Soldier 2 (uncredited)
Kyle Jacobson...Dog Boy (uncredited)
Sean Weimorts...Cavalry (uncredited)
Kathryn Phipps...Temperance Lady (uncredited)
Halyssa Riggins...Townsperson (uncredited)
Producere
Director:Gore Verbinski
Producer:Jerry Bruckheimer (producer)
Eric McLeod (executive producer)
Chad Oman (executive producer)
Mike Stenson (executive producer)
Johnny Depp (executive producer)
Eric Ellenbogen (executive producer)
Ted Elliott (executive producer)
Terry Rossio (executive producer)
Gore Verbinski (producer)
Writer:Ted Elliott (screen story) &)
Justin Haythe (screen story)
Terry Rossio (screen story) and)
Composer:Hans Zimmer
Cinematographer:Bojan Bazelli
Editing:James Haygood
Craig Wood
Casting:Denise Chamian
Production Design:Jess Gonchor
Art Director:Jon Billington (supervising art director)
Naaman Marshall
Domenic Silvestri
Iain McFadyen
Brad Ricker (supervising art director)
James F. Oberlander
Set Decorator:Cheryl Carasik
Costume Design:Penny Rose
Makeup:Cary Ayers (special makeup effects artist: Harlow Designs)
Robin Beauchesne (makeup artist)
Miki Caporusso (hair production assistant)
Gloria Pasqua Casny (hair department head)
Joel Harlow (makeup department head)
Jules Holdren (assistant hair department head)
Ann-Maree Hurley (makeup artist)
Mary Hedges Lampert (hair background supervisor)
Gretchen Bright (makeup artist)
Elizabeth Gallegos (hair stylist)
Pepper J. Gallegos (makeup artist)
Jerrad Gray (makeup artist)
Sara Roybal (makeup artist)
Vanessa Sharp (hair stylist)
Mike Smithson (key makeup artist)
Leo Corey Castellano (tattoo transfers)
Patricia Greer (makeup artist)
Kevin Kirkpatrick (makeup artist)
Marie Larkin (hair stylist)
Yvette Meely (hair stylist)
Jessica Nelson (contact lens technician)
Ken Niederbaumer (makeup artist)
Jolynn Nieto (assistant hair stylist)
Cristina Patterson (contact lens designer/painter)
Copper Perry (makeup artist)
Laura Sill (hair stylist)
Khanh Trance (wig maker)
Sabrina Wilson (makeup assistant: Joel Harlow)
Clare M. Corsick (hair stylist)
Karla Muenze (makeup artist)
David Atherton (makeup artist)
Michael F. Blake (makeup artist (uncredited)
Isaac Meyers (local makeup artist)
Brian Penikas (additional make-up)
Corey Welk (makeup artist)
Carol Hemming (personal hair stylist)
Brenda Salamone (makeup effects shop technician)
Natasha Allegro (hair stylist)
Anisa Anderson (makeup artist)
Marcy Morgan (assistant hair stylist)
Daniel N. Smith (assistant makeup artist)
Melissa A. Yonkey (hair stylist)
Mark Nieman (makeup effects artist)
Production Management:Todd London (post production executive)
Thomas Hayslip (unit production manager: New Mexico)
Mark Indig (unit production manager)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version)
United States22 iun 2013
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France7 aug 2013
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