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Mad Max: Fury Road Spoiler-free Review

A two-hour long action sequence. This could be really boring. Or, it could be Mad Max: Fury Road.

This is not your usual post-apocalyptic world. Water is the most precious resource here, and, for the lack of it, people have gone insane and hideous. 469 more words


Mad Max Film Review

Warner Bros. Pictures

Director: George Miller

Rating: MA

Running Time: 2h

Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, and Hugh Keays-Burne

After thirty years since the last Mad Max film, George Miller comes back to create one of the best films of the year. 459 more words

Charlize Theron

Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Review

I walked into this movie with maximum hype. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 99% and there are ample reviews loving the movie. So, was the movie worth all the hype? 254 more words


Movie Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

Frankly, I don’t remember much of the original Mad Max series, well having seen just the 1st installment many years ago, my memory of the events which transpired is somewhat limited, especially when it comes to more specific elements of the world, so I might be wrong in saying that this sequel/ reboot has some of the most ingenious and in-depth world building I’ve seen anyone accomplish. 969 more words


Fury Road: The Overwhelming Whoa

In a world where gasoline is more prevalent than water, expect to get revved up above the point most movies throttle the intensity. Even when the wheels stop turning along the way, the tension still looms in the distance. 288 more words


Any action movie that claims to be one just got shown up by MAD MAX:FURY ROAD

It’s hard to remember an action movie in recent years that’s cultivated anything new from the genre. George Miller’s reboot of his 80’s-classic is nothing you’ve ever seen before. 306 more words

Mad Max: Fury Road

“Mad Max: Fury Road” is insane. It is batshit crazy. In a blockbuster age when CGI superheroes battle untold hoards of robots, monsters and aliens in a chaotic blur, there are just about no modern action movies that are purely mad. 784 more words