The Lone Ranger

The Lone Ranger
The Lone Ranger

Year

2013

Duration

143 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Many of the team behind Pirates of the Caribbean reunite for this mega-budget Western, based on a long running radio and television show. Johnny Depp plays Tonto, an eccentric Native American loner searching for the men responsible for destroying his village, teaming up with John Reid, an idealistic lawyer soon to morph into the eponymous Lone Ranger. Against a backdrop of spectacular landscapes, this ambitious film touches on the railroad's role in the rapid expansion of America, the country's complex racial and political history, and the origins of the ranger as a superhero, while retaining the slapstick humour and fairground style attractions that made the Pirates films so popular.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate violence and injury detail, mild sex references and mild language.

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