Gore Verbinski poses for a portrait to promote his "A Cure For Wellness" in New York, Feb. 13, 2017.
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Say what you like about Gore Verbinski's "The Lone Ranger".Verbinski's $215 million film was a bid to reorient the Texas Ranger tale around its Native American sidekick, Tonto (Johnny Depp), and reinvigorate the Western with rollicking blockbuster extravaganceIf you're Verbinski, the best way to follow up a flop like "The Lone Ranger" is a movie about the dangers of ambition.Four years after "The Lone Ranger," Verbinski – the director of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" films and the Oscar-winning animated tale "Rango" – has returned with "A Cure for Wellness"."Rango" was especially stuffed with nods to movies as varied as "Chinatown," "Star Wars," "Cat Ballou" and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"."A Cure for Wellness" is a homage to B movies and their evocative, dreamlike atmospheres.
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