Gore Verbinski is a talented director who landed in movie jail with his bloated The Lone Ranger for Disney. But he hasn’t fared much better by shifting from Westerns to the horror genre with the intriguingly titled A Cure for Wellness, which at 146 minutes takes itself way too seriously while also taking its time. Show More Summary
I keep forgetting the title of “A Cure for Wellness” and calling it “The Color of Despair.” It’s an accurate mistake. As directed by Gore Verbinski ("Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," "The Lone Ranger"), this film...Show More Summary
I remember when I could hear the opening to the William Tell Overture and feel the adventure. I'm not sure if I just got older, the constant comedic uses of The Lone Ranger theme, or I just can't tolerate the racism inherent in mostShow More Summary
Director Gore Verbinski‘s last four films are gigantic popcorn movies. Rango, the Pirates of the Carribean sequels, and The Lone Ranger are enormous in scope. With A Cure for Wellness, the director is scaling things back a bit, sticking with mostly one location: one messed up, horrific, and beautifully designed spa. Show More Summary
Most of us know it better as the opening theme from The Lone Ranger, but whatever you know the finale of Rossini’s energetic William Tell Overture as, you’ve probably never heard it played using a model train and a bunch of bottles. Hi-ho Silver, Away! The post William Tell Bottle Train appeared first on The Awesomer.
The 'Lone Ranger' star does career-best work as a grad student falling for a younger man.
In "The Murder of Jesse James," Timeless travels to 1882. The team joins forces with the real life Lone Ranger and his right-hand man, Tonto, to track down Flynn, who's enlisted the help of none other than the infamous bank robber Jesse James. Show More Summary
There was a time when it was generally perceived that iconic heroic fantasy characters such as The Lone Ranger, The Green Hornet, The Shadow and Buck Rogers were so popular for so long that they would be around forever. I think of that whenever somebody alleges Superman and Spider-Man will be around forever. Times change, […]
The Lone Ranger was arrested in Lone Pine, California today for the crime of illegally transferring silver bullets. This post Lone Ranger Arrested in California! appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Director Gore Verbinski is coming off the biggest bomb of his career. Verbinski last directed The Lone Ranger, a movie which might’ve lost Disney $150 million. The western was greeted with a mostly negative response from audiences and...Show More Summary
Dynamite's The Lone Ranger / Green Hornet #4 by Michael Uslan and Giovanni Timpano. The post Lone Ranger/Green Hornet #4 appeared first on CBR.com.
For its 150th anniversary, General Mills showed off selected items in its 3,000-square-foot archive, highlighting its brands’ impact on pop culture.
The Lone Ranger hunk Armie Hammer also joining in on the crazy fun.
Michael Uslan and Giovanni Timpano will reunite for Dynamite Entertainment's new "The Lone Ranger Meets the Green Hornet: Champions of Justice" series.
A country singer in Los Angeles can start to identify with the Lone Ranger these days. Although there’s a long, proud history of country music emanating from the West Coast, especially the vibrant scene that emerged in Bakersfield in the 1950s and '60s, almost half a century later, singer-songwriter ...
Categories: Quickies Gravitational waves detected, confirming Einstein’s theory – “A team of scientists announced on Thursday that they had heard and recorded the sound of two black holes colliding a billion light-years... (Read more...)
While this sounds very cool, that title's gonna have to go. Ruth Wilson (Luther, The Affair, The Lone Ranger) has signed on to star in the ghost story I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE, which comes from director Osgood Perkins (FEBRUARY). Show More Summary
Michael Goettee, a magazine art director turned painter and sculptor, grew up loving Westerns like The Lone Ranger and The Cisco Kid. But it wasn’t until a trip to Santa Fe 10 years ago that he began incorporating Western imagery into his work.
Building a successful startup is not a job for the Lone Ranger. Every entrepreneur must effectively collaborate with many people, including internal team members, partners, customers, and investors. Real collaboration requires leadership...Show More Summary
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