Jack White is writing the score for The Lone Ranger film

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Re: Jack White is writing the score for The Lone Ranger film

Post by rsimms3 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 5:28 am

Watch this movie this evening, very glad Jack had nothing to do with it. This movie is utter garbage from beginning to end.
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Re: Jack White is writing the score for The Lone Ranger film

Post by Grimtale » Sat Nov 23, 2013 9:15 am

rsimms3 wrote:Watch this movie this evening, very glad Jack had nothing to do with it. This movie is utter garbage from beginning to end.
Ah man, I loved it. Watched it 3 times now... Guess I'm just that big of a Depp fan.
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Re: Jack White is writing the score for The Lone Ranger film

Post by rsimms3 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:03 pm

I'm glad other folks liked it, it just wasn't for me. My wife, who is a big Depp fan as well, even thought it was a bit sideways for him. It's just too violent for me, especially being a Disney movie. Sure Disney has been doing things a bit outside their box in recent years, it just felt odd. Love me some Armageddon but I'll pass on future viewings of this one. I will say I really enjoyed William Fichtner in it though. He really did a good job with his character and the make-up was great for him. I'd almost rather see an R rated film about his character shot by David Fincher.
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