Rattlesnake Jake being a great villain is one of the few things /co/ always agrees with.>>103767054>>103776514
That's the thing. He's so threatening and imposing he's kinda the "dragon" of the movie. Plus, all the talk we hear about him until he makes his entrance (like being "the angel of death" and such).
You simply can't fully accept he is a mortal animal and not some agent of Fate, but that's part of the movie's charm; I think it was made this way so we would sympathize with the citizens of Dust (rats, rabbits, desert lizards, etc.), who think of Jake as a short of monster, but in fact that's because Jake is the apex predator of his environment, and we see that from his prey's point of view (Rango). They even say it; he showed up because Rango unwillingly removed the previous apex predator, the Hawk.>>103779085
Nah, I don't think so. Religious tales are basically mythology, and as such they follow the basic structure of myths. That theory makes sense simply because the fundamental elements can be exchanged by any other element that makes sense within the tale's setting.>>103779121>>103779309>>103779517>implying they wouldn't make it into a Sons of Anarchy ripoff
But I like the idea. Sounds like a mix of Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade and treasure hunt Western movies with the symbolism of Arthurian legend.>>103781292
They're all moles. Inbred moles.