That's odd. I don't think I'm registered for the WSJ's online content. However, for those who have a similar problem with accessing, here's the beginning of the review:
>>Johnny Depp's Tonto wears a dead crow on his head in "The Lone Ranger." The star himself carries a dead movie on his shoulders.
It's not really a movie in the conventional sense of compelling characters doing interesting things during the course of a coherent story. There's no coherence, no consistent tone and not so much a story as a succession of dim or dissonant notions interrupted by spasmodic events, some of them spectacular enough to be exciting while they last. Nor is there any reason to care about the masked rider on the white stallion; he's mainly Tonto's foil, a handsome boob played blandly by Armie Hammer.<<