'The Lone Ranger': 3 points for parents - New York News

'The Lone Ranger': 3 points for parents

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By Disney. Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger. By Disney. Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger.

By: Shawn O'Neill, Deseret News

"The Lone Ranger”: 3 points for parents

  • Violence/gore - Being a Western, there are many shootouts and fistfights. A few sucker punches are thrown. Characters die in this film. Once again filmmakers find a way to have bloodless injuries. Some characters are ruthless and do not care about the consequences of their actions. Explosions take some lives. Two men have a heavy beam fall on their heads and crush them. They are shown sticking out from under the beam. A group of Indians charges a group of cavalry. The scene does not end well for them.
  • Drinking/gambling - Scenes take place in a brothel where men are playing cards and drinking.
  • Sensuality - The women in the brothel are scantily dressed above the waist and dresses are raised to show a few legs. This includes one leg that is not real but does have a weapon inside.



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