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Reviews of the Past: 'The Lone Ranger'

The next set of reviews we’ll be publishing are some of the ones Roger Thomas has done exclusively for The Stanly News & Press. Roger has written movie reviews for The Stanly News & Press and other outlets for years, long before starting this blog. 778 more words

The Lone Ranger - The Review

By the time The Lone Ranger arrived on British screens, critics had practically written off this multi-million dollar Western.
The fact it cost so much money to make, and had not done incredible box office figures left many thinking this was the Western version of… 526 more words

I'm the guy that dies at the beginning of the movie

During my self-imposed West Seattle pretend bear hibernation due to 99 being closed, I watched a lot (to me) movies I kept thinking the next one would be better, it kind of did but not so much, all thanks to my new cable box, free STARZ and free ENCORE. 279 more words

(Review) The Lone Ranger

A story about purpose in life is bogged down by frantic action sequences. 7/10

It’s clear that The Lone Ranger was a passion project on the part of director Gore Verbinski and star Johnny Depp.

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Happy Aphelion Day.

On June 5 ( 15 Shadow) the earth was at its aphelion its farthest point from the sun. I hope you celebrated it wisely. 4,227 more words


The Thing I Like About ...

The Lone Ranger: the part with the William Tell Overture.

In the recent movie The Lone Ranger, we see an origin story, tweaked to reflect modern sensibilities about the Ranger, Tonto, the Old West, and good and evil. 354 more words

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