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"Rango" is some kind of a miracle: An animated comedy for smart moviegoers, wonderfully made, great to look at, wickedly satirical, and (gasp!) filmed in glorious 2-D. Its brilliant colors and startling characters spring from the screen and remind us how very, very tired we are of simpleminded little characters bouncing around dimly in 3-D.
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The movie is wonderfully well-drawn. The characters are wildly exaggerated, yes, but with an underlay of detail and loving care. The movie respects the tradition of painstakingly drawn animated classics, and does interesting things with space and perspective with its wild action sequences. The director is Gore Verbinski, who directed Johnny Depp in three of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies. I think he benefits here from the clarity of animation drawings, as compared to the tendency of the "Pirates" films to get lost in frenzies of CGI. Yes, animation is also computer-generated imagery these days, but it begins with artists and drawings and paintings and a clearly seen world.
The production company behind Minions, Illumination Entertainment, has successfully tackled a brand new challenge. While its competitor Pixar makes movies about toys that speak English, fish that speak English, cars that speak English, monsters that speak English, dogs that speak English, French rats that speak English, volcanoes that speak (or, rather, sing in) English, and feelings that speak English, Illumination has produced a non-subtitled film about a species that does NOT speak English, relying on animation to make it all work.
An advertisement for the unreleased game Donkey Kong Coconut Crackers was going to appear in the film, as it can be seen above some of the aisles, as shown in the theatrical trailer, but this was removed from the actual film, as the hard drives containing this early version of the movie were reportedly stolen.