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Mad Max: Fury Road

Throughout the press tour for Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller frequently parroted something Hitchcock had said about his desire to make movies so visually clear that the Japanese could enjoy them without subtitles. 1,892 more words

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Skins- Where are they now?

E4’s Skins first aired in 2007 and became a cult classic among TV series’.  Its thoughtful storylines examined the struggles of a group of Bristol Sixth-Formers over the course of several years, addressing topics such as mental illness, substance abuse, death and dysfunctional family dynamics. 945 more words

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This 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Supercut Highlights The Glory Of All Those Close-Up Shots

Mad Max: Fury Road is essentially a road trip movie, and since the majority of the story unfolds during a frenetically insane car-chase sequence, the cinematography plays a huge part. 156 more words

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Mad Max: Fury Road - Movie Review

Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron were, despite fears for the contrary, a killer combination. However, while Hardy’s “Mad Max” was the actual title of the movie, he received less screen time and storyline than Theron’s ”Furiosa” whose backstory and origins were the basis around which the film was built. 108 more words

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Mad Max Fury Road (2015) Spoiler Review

“My name is Max. My world is fire and blood. Once, I was a cop. A road warrior searching for a righteous cause. As the world fell, each of us in our own ways were broken. 912 more words

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Review - Mad Max: Fury Road

Romping on to the big screen in a blaze of petrol-soaked ferocity is this riotous reboot of a cult eighties classic.

A feminist triumph it is not – scantily clad supermodels hosing each other down in the desert is hardly progressive – but Charlize Theron’s fierce, one-armed Furiosa is more than a match for Tom Hardy’s Max as she races to reach her ‘green place’ with escaped sex slaves in tow. 64 more words