This movie has been the target of some silly critic and social media agendas. The unbiased review of it is that it is a dramatic comedy (which means it's funny, but has equal parts serious), and that while there are certain scenes that definitely make this movie iffy on some level (such as the scene where the bad guy cuts out a beloved character's heart and eats it--which was HIGHLY unnecessary on so many levels...), I found that I really liked this movie overall...minus the cannibalism. In fact, that one thing is probably what will prevent me from actually buying a copy of the movie. However, the movie is a loose adaption of the original Lone Ranger, and Johnny Depp plays a character who, as is revealed by the other Native Americans, has lost his mind from grief. "His mind is broken" the chief says sadly, which contributes in a great deal to the bizarreness of his character. Please note, there are some supernatural / magic elements in this movie (just like in Pirates of the Caribbean). Since nature is supposedly out of balance, you have some creepy meat eating rabbits, and one horse that is so weird that it's funny. It is not supposed to be historical fiction. Tonto and the Lone Ranger never existed, nor did the battles that took place. Overall, I think it was a great movie, beautiful effects, but the gory aspect of cannibalism--particularly one the human side--is going too far. The movie would have been much stronger without it. That's the only part that makes this movie not for kids. But, if you watch it wit your kids, make sure to cover their eyes at the part where it's coming, and you'll know it's coming. I'm a grown woman and I hid my eyes, as well as everyone else in the room.