There are two types of animation throughout the world, animation that is intended to kids and that which isn’t. In the west it isn’t that clear, on screen American animation is much more child-friendly, a child-friendly medium which is divided by two very different sensibilities. That of DreamWorks which is unequivocally meant for kids and money making purposes and Pixar which tries to tell stories that matter, stories that are accessible to young and old in equal measure. The latest animated film isn’t quite so clear cut as it should fall in as a bed fellow of either DreamWorks or Pixar’s output, but it doesn’t. The film which struggles to find its place is Rango.