Jake Viper

Range (2011)

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Jake Viper in ‘Rango’. Paramount Pictures. Rango is an ordinary chameleon who accidentally ends up in the town of Dirt, a border post.

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X Privacy and cookies This site uses cookies. By continuing, you accept its use. The film won the Oscar in the category of best animated feature film. Gore Verbinsky. Source: mubi. Rango is a chameleon who accidentally arrives in the Mojave desert. Again by accident, he becomes town sheriff. Interesting, however, is his open homage to the western genre, as well as his eccentric sense of humor, which can provoke an occasional laugh in the viewer.

Certain action sequences are equally remarkable, notably one paying tribute to Apocalypse Now. He encounters an armadillo named Roadkill, who is searching for the "Mystic Spirit of the West" and directs the parched chameleon to find water in a town called " Earth”, populated by desert animals. Traveling through the desert, he avoids being eaten by a red-tailed hawk and then has a surreal nightmare, before reuniting with Beans.

Beans, an iguana daughter of a rancher, takes him to "Tierra". Improvising, since no one knew him, the chameleon introduces himself to the townspeople as a brave man named "Rango". Rango is chased by the bird until he accidentally crushes the predator by knocking over an empty water tank after firing a single bullet.

In response, the town’s mayor appoints Rango as the new sheriff. However, that night, Rango inadvertently gives an excavation permit to three strangers, mistaking them for prospectors. The next day the whole town is shocked by the theft of water from the bank. To find the thieves and the water, Rango organizes a gang. As they begin their journey, they discover the bank manager, Mr.

Merrimack, drowned in the desert, and track the robbers to their hideout in the mountains guided by a native Aboriginal raven. Despite the fact that the thieves claim that they had discovered that it was empty, the gang takes them to the town for the trial. Rango and Beans deduce that the mayor has bought all the land around the town. Rango threatens him for the banker’s death and the theft of the water, so the mayor calls Viper Jake. Jake reveals Rango’s lies and throws him out of town.

Ashamed and confused about his identity, Rango wanders the desert and, in a dream, meets the Spirit of the West, a cowboy whom Rango identifies as the Man with No Name. With the help of Roadkill and some mystical "walking cacti", a kind of cacti that walked looking for water, Rango learns that the mayor has cut the water pipe that supplied the town […].

Rango calls on the Thieves Clan for help. After returning to Earth, he calls Jake for a one-shot duel. At that moment, the cacti open the stopcock and flood the city, and the falsely accused thieves free themselves. The Mayor then tries to shoot Rango’s gun at Jake, only to find that it was empty.

Recognizing Rango as a worthy opponent, Jake drags the mayor across the desert to get revenge on him. Citizens celebrate the return of the water and recognize Rango as their hero. To begin with, it is not visually attractive, and this, which is not an essential requirement, does seem important to me in certain genres, such as animation.

Of course, they are not the children, both because of the character’s outline and because of the tone of the film. Another problem is the excessive footage. The dubbing into Spanish is quite improvable, so I recommend viewing the film in its original version, among other reasons because dialectal varieties are used that, when translated into our language, lose almost all their grace, while many of the linguistic nuances and puns that contain.

Another highlight occurs when Rango finds himself, in that strange place dominated by a white light that could well be the sky, with Clint Eastwood himself, or, at least, with someone who looks a lot like him. Keep in mind that the story revolves around the scarcity of water in the town, which is not called "Dirt" "Polvo" by chance. Rango is, in short, an original film, with a good sense of humor and a remarkable job in terms of character design and cinematography in general.

However, its ugliness, irregular rhythm and scant grounds relegate it to the category of a minor work.