New Lone Ranger Movie Delivered Great Action,Drama,Storyline & More

New Lone Ranger Movie Delivered Great Action,Drama,Storyline & More

New Lone Ranger movie delivered great action,drama,storyline & more. This past Wednesday, Walt Disney Pictures released their new action flick, “The Lone Ranger.” I just checked it out,and thought it was quite entertaining,delivering a ton of great action sequences,drama,along with a good storyline. The movie stars: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Tom Wilkinson, William Fichtner, Barry Pepper, James Badge Dale, Ruth Wilson, and Helena Bonham Carter.


In the new flick, the 1933 version of Tonto starts telling a young boy the story of his experiences with lawyer John Reid aka The Lone Ranger. From there, the movie shifts to 1869, where John is aboard a train that’s carrying Tonto and vicious outlaw Butch Cavendish as prisoners. Eventually, Butch finds a way to break free, which involves guns and violence. Butch’s men eventually help him take over the train.

As the events unfold, John and Tonto are eventually get held captive together,and work together to free themselves. Eventually, John and 7 other rangers,including John’s brother , get shot in an ambush from Butch’s men. From there, Tonto and John reluctantly team up after the Spirit horse alerts Tonto that John a so-called Spirit Walker (one who can’t be killed in battle.)

Tonto and John’s alliance becomes fully solid after John learns how corrupt the legal system really is ,and that he has to take the law into his own hands,causing him to fully embrace the Lone Ranger persona. From there, he and Tonto work together to bring down evil Butch Cavendish and his men, who have stolen a ton of silver and framed the Comanche Indians of wreaking much havoc and breaking a treaty.

The conclusion delivered a ton of suspenseful action that involved the Lone Ranger riding on top of moving trains,gun fights,extreme rescue attempts,and more. Again, I thoroughly enjoyed watching the movie as it never a had a boring moment the entire run time. Johnny Depp was entertaining as usual for the Tonto role as was Armie Hammer aka Lone Ranger. I gave the movie a solid B+ grade. Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.

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