I'd like to return to the blog's roots for the next few posts.
Bardfilm started as a microblog, offering short but informative posts about matters Shakespearean.
Briefly, then, the film Rango has two allusions to Shakespeare. In the first, one of the characters in our protagonist's active imagination is given the name Malvolio. In the second, our protagonist advises a youngster to "Stay in school, eat your veggies, burn everything but Shakespeare."
Note: Thanks to @BardNews for pointing out that "Burn everything but Shakespeare" comes from the play The Skin of Our Teeth by Thorton Wilder. This article from SF Weekly says that the play
Here's a clip with both references:mentions Shakespeare exactly three times. Mrs. Antrobus misquotes him; the housemaid Sabina remarks, "Ugh. Shakespeare"; and in Act 1, famously, Mr. Antrobus telegrams advice to his family on how to keep warm as the ice age closes in: "Burn everything except Shakespeare."
Links: The Film at IMDB.