"You cannot walk out on your own story"
Anybody who seek for wisdom basking on what life has to offer and looking for their own identity and purpose will find the answers in the most entertaining manner possible watching "Rango" the movie by Paramount Pictures and SM Cinemas. I've just diverted all my anxieties yesterday after watching this movie the other day at The Podium with other media friends. Relating to the character of Rango at this age will find the skeptics might say ridiculous but definitely true since very often in life we go through crossroads and questions Rango experienced.
A true testament that not all animated films should be viewed in 3D, Rango which stars the voices of Johnny Depp (Rango), Isla Fisher (Beans), Abigail Breslin (Priscilla), Ned Beatty (Mayor), Bill Nighy (Rattlesnake Jake) and many more is about an ordinary chameleon who accidentally winds up in the town of Dirt, a lawless outpost in the Wild West in desperate need of a new sheriff. The struggle to outsmart the mob of city gun slingers and lawless people in the town of Dirt posing as one strong and legendary hero was the challenge he took and gave up which summoned the existence of The Spirit of the Wild West, an ordinary make-believe daydream of looking for one thing that does not exist. He realizes the fact that the clues to finding his destiny and his purpose was simply drawn out present under the scorching desert sun. I believe it's one of the best movies this year reaping great achievements in technical and artistic aspects. Compared with most animated films in 3D, the designs of the characters and the outstanding dialogues and production design will definitely leave you in awe and laughing out of your seats. Impressive Mariachi owls which one can be mistaken as the voice of Antonio Banderas also had some scenes totally unpredictable and really funny. I really enjoyed the character of Spoon and the Wounded Bird. This movie made me realize how all these characters existed in my world and how I was similar to Rango dealing with them. At the end of the trail, the truth that you cannot walk out on your own story was true. The reality that you'd have to face all these travails will surface and you'd have to gather all the courage possible to defeat them were also my dilemmas. Happy endings only happen when you decide to make it and that's what I've learned watching this film.