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Australien in naher Zukunft: Motorisierte Banden beherrschen die Straßen. Morde und Überfälle auf offener Straße sind an der Tagesordnung. Die Polizei (MFP - Main Force Patrol), nicht minder brutal, führt einen beinahe aussichtslosen Krieg gegen. Mad Max ist ein australischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr Der von George Miller inszenierte Film kam am Februar in die deutschen Kinos. bergsblommor-genarp.se: Mit „Mad Max: Fury Road“ gelang es George Miller , seine gefeierte „Mad Max“-Trilogie nach 30 Jahren fortzusetzen. Mad Max: Fury Road ein Film von George Miller mit Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron. Inhaltsangabe: In einer trüben Wüstenlandschaft, wo die Menschheit. Er wird zu "Mad Max", einer Ein-Mann-Armee, die erbarmungslos mit den Mördern abrechnet. Laufzeit: Produktionsjahr: Regie: George Miller Darsteller.

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Mad Max ist ein australischer Actionfilm aus dem Jahr Der von George Miller inszenierte Film kam am Februar in die deutschen Kinos. Im Herbst beginnen die Dreharbeiten des fünften Mad-Max-Films. George Miller ist an Bord, Tom Hardy und Charlize Theron müssen noch. Der postapokalyptische Straßenschlacht-Streifen "Mad Max 4: Fury Road" hat sechs Oscars abgeräumt. Die martialischen Gefährte des Leinwand-Infernos!

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Sorry, aber das ist einfach nicht wahr ;- Nenn mir die Szene bitte. Die ersten beide Teile glänzen nicht grad durch Tiefgang oder Shakespeare artige Dramaturgie. Was daran hochintelligent sein soll musst du mir mal erklären. Wissenswertes 5 Trivias. Doch keine Sorge: Max Rockatansky soll noch nicht Geschichte sein, denn der Plan ist, danach zu ihm zurückzukehren.

Charlize Theron wore a green cover over her left arm to aid effects artists in digitally removing her arm from her scenes.

Otherwise, every costume is what it is. It's costume. It's their clothing. It's just made for real! Oh yes and some of the extras—the wretched—they were enhanced.

Only for the wide shots. As such, the mechanical truck sounds were layered with whale calls to provide a more animal-like quality to the truck.

When the tank is pierced with harpoons and milk sprays out, the sound of whale blow-holes were used. For the final destruction of the War Rig, the only sounds used were slowed down bear growls to symbolise the death of the truck as a living creature.

Both a PG and R-rated version had been shown separately in different test screenings. The R-rated version was better received by test audiences, leading Warner Bros.

Junkie XL. The primary theme of Mad Max: Fury Road is survival and retention of humanity in the face of apocalyptic events. As the underlying goal for Max, [80] the theme of staying alive has been carried over from the previous installments of the series that also highlight issues such as ecological collapse and moral decadence.

They were allegorical tales with figures in the landscape working these things out". Feminism is another theme that has received notice. Throughout the film, her character demonstrates the physicality of a hero committed to a rescue mission.

Sarah Stewart of IndieWire fantasises: "in the end, the movie These elements contrast this film with the male-centered hero in the previous Mad Max films.

And with a mechanical arm she jerry-rigged from salvaged tools, Furiosa is a sharpshooting powerhouse who can also handle an wheel war rig charging through the desert"; she is "a female road warrior".

Throughout the film, Furiosa "is a character exactly equal to Max". Kyle Smith of the New York Post said that the title character, Mad Max, is "actually a secondary figure" in a film that is not about a roaming Max Rockatansky.

Instead, the movie is "actually" about a "feminist revolt led by Imperator Furiosa" against Immortan Joe. Further themes pointed out by critics have included vengeance, solidarity, home and redemption.

Scott wrote: "The themes of vengeance and solidarity, the wide-open spaces and the kinetic, ground-level movement mark Fury Road as a western, and the filmmakers pay tribute to such masters of the genre as John Ford , Budd Boetticher and, not least, Chuck Jones , whose Road Runner cartoons are models of ingenuity and rigor.

Warner Bros. In May , Vertigo began publishing a comic book prequel limited series. Each issue focuses on the backstory of one or two of the film's characters.

Miller stated that the Blu-ray Disc release would include black-and-white and silent versions of the film, with the latter accompanied by the musical score.

Miller described the black-and-white cut as the best version of the film. In addition to the stand-alone release, a box set containing all four films and a documentary about the series titled "Madness of Max" was released the same day.

Mad Max: Fury Road became a moderate box office success theatrically. Unlike the other seven Academy Award for Best Picture nominees, Fury Road did not get any box office bump after the nominees were announced in January It went number one in 40 countries.

The School Idol Movie. The website's critical consensus reads, "With exhilarating action and a surprising amount of narrative heft, Mad Max: Fury Road brings George Miller's post-apocalyptic franchise roaring vigorously back to life.

Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph gave the film a full five stars and praised the film for its acting, screenplay, choreography, stunts, humour and direction calling the film a "spiritual sequel" and an "eruption of craziness".

What a lovely day, indeed. It has its roots in the Western and the post-apocalyptic road-rage action saga [ Conversely, Mick LaSalle of The San Francisco Chronicle wrote a mixed review, praising the cinematography and Theron's performance, but perceiving the film as a "long, dull chase".

The film has also been praised by scholars on several fronts. Feminist critics have praised the dominant role taken by Furiosa and the range of atypical female roles including the wives and the gun-toting Vuvalini, [] and disability studies scholars [] have commended the film for its positive, non-stigmatising portrayals of physical and psychological disabilities.

Some critics have named Mad Max: Fury Road one of the greatest action films ever made. Mad Max: Fury Road was named one of the best films of by numerous critics and publications, including ranked first on the rogerebert.

It appeared on numerous best films of the decade lists, ranked 1 on The A. The film won many critical and guild awards, and received ten Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director , the second most-nominated film of the 88th Academy Awards after The Revenant , also starring Hardy.

In , Miller and McCarthy found during the writing process for Fury Road that they had enough story material for two additional scripts.

One of these, entitled Mad Max: Furiosa , had already been completed, and Miller hoped to film it after the release of Fury Road.

Later that month, he clarified that Mad Max: The Wasteland was a working title for the sequel. We're still solving, we've got to play out the Warners thing, it seems to be pretty clear that it's going to happen.

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Aunty Entity offers Max a deal he can't refuse -- fight Blaster in the town's arena, kill him and go free. See, Aunty Entity has a feud with the being known as "Master Blaster," actually two humans in one with Master being a little person and the brains of the Bartertown methane operation, which provides vital power to town, and Blaster, his brawny bodyguard who carries him around on his back.

One man leaves! After all, "It's the law! Max wields a giant hammer in Thunderdome. The two men wage a fierce fight in which blades and pikes and even chainsaws are employed as weapons, which culminates with Mad Max gaining the upper hand over his much larger opponent.

However, as Max is about to fulfill his end of the bargain he realizes that Blaster is an overgrown child, a man who has been afflicted with Down Syndrome , really an innocent who has been used to nefarious ends.

Max, despite his anti-hero shell, abides a higher code than "Two men enter! As punishment, Max was subjected to the "Wheel of Fortune" or misfortune as the case may be, and ended up being exiled into the desert for his busted deal.

It was in this desert wasteland where Max was saved by a tribal settlement of lost children who believed him to be their legendary savior — Captain Walker — who will whisk them off to Tomorrow-Morrow Land on his large, metal bird.

Max quickly dispels their cobbled myth when he explains, despite the uncanny resemblance to a crude drawing, that he was NOT this prophetic hero, Captain Walker, and that their Tomorrow-Morrow Land was nothing but a figment of their imaginations.

Instead Max reveals the cold, hard truth of the dystopian state of the world, a harsh and brutal world he has struggled mightily to survive, essentially telling them they had it better in the little oasis they inhabited.

Despite Max's brutal, if not well-intended honesty, some of the older children led by Savannah Nix trek out into the wastelands in search of Tomorrow-Morrow Land.

When Max is informed of their flight he leads his own group after them and just in time as his band comes across the first, wayward group while they are battling to survive quicksand.

Max rescues the children, but at this point they are lost in the wastelands and closer to Bartertown than to their oasis.

At this point Max realizes that the best hope for the children, for the future of mankind, is not to allow the children to remain isolated in their oasis to eventually die off, but to help them make it to their fabled "Tomorrow-Morrow Land" where they can rebuild society anew.

But in order for this to happen, Max also realizes that there is someone important, much more important and useful than himself, that can help them.

Thus Max, with the aid of his lost kids, venture back into Bartertown to rescue Master. Max and company rescues Master from the evil clutches of Aunty Entity in a heart-thumping chase, yet another road war, which crescendos into a close call, yet with Max left behind to face the hard and uncertain fate of a woman scorned.

But the unusual end of the trilogy should be especially noted for a couple reasons:. And once more the raggedy man, Mad Max is left to the swirling dust of the road and the distant memories of those he saved, only to be passed down in legend by the lost children and the inhabitants of the oil refinery he had rescued years before.

Taking place after Beyond Thunderdome , [1] Max is chased down by the War Boys and is used as a blood donor. Soon after, while getting his blood forcibly transfused into Nux , he is brought with the war boy as his blood bag in pursuit of Furiosa who has betrayed Immortan Joe by taking his Wives.

After surviving a spectacular crash, he catches up with Furiosa and the Wives and holds them at gunpoint with an empty sawn off shotgun , demanding the chain linking him to Nux be cut.

After a brief melee encounter between Max and Furiosa, Max emerges victorious. He knocks Nux out and accidentally grazes Angharad 's leg, causing her to bleed.

He then climbs aboard the War Rig and tries to leave the group behind. Unfortunately for him, the War Rig has a kill switch that only Furiosa knows how to trigger and he reluctantly lets them aboard, all the while being vigilant of the women.

Later on, they approach a canyon to which Max comments that they shouldn't come through, only for Furiosa to say that she made a deal with a biker gang for safe passage.

She then entrusts Max with the War Rig should the deal go sour. The deal does indeed go sour and they are chased by the furious bikers.

Max helps Furiosa in evading and eliminating the chasing bikers. Soon afterwards, Immortan Joe arrives and in the chaos, Angharad slips off the War Rig due to her bleeding leg and is killed.

At night, Max and the group are slowed down by mud tracks with the War Boys heavy in pursuit. Max plants mines in their tracks and, as a result, two pursuit vehicles are destroyed.

Later, he and Furiosa hesitantly accept the help of Nux, who has betrayed Immortan Joe, in getting the truck out of the mud.

After Max fails to shoot The Bullet Farmer , he gives the sniper rifle to Furiosa who manages to shoot the lights out of his pursuit vehicle , blinding him in the process.

With the Bullet Farmer enraged by his sudden blindness, he proceeds to a shooting frenzy, almost hitting Max and the wives while they're getting the War Rig out of the mud.

As soon as the War Rig is on stable ground, Max temporarily leaves the group to subdue the Bullet Farmer and returns with blood on his face, several loads of guns and ammunition, a steering wheel, and even a boot for Nux.

They depart soon afterwards for The Green Place. As the day arrives, Max asks Furiosa how sure she is that this green place still exists with her replying that she was born there, how she was kidnapped, and how the green place will be the last shot for the Wives to find hope and peace.

When Max asks what it is she hopes to find, she answers "redemption". As they drive on, Furiosa spots a tower with a nude woman calling for help , which Max comments is bait, but Furiosa replies how she's seen this before.

Furiosa then calls out her name, her mother, and her birth, seemingly to the woman, who signals to a biker group who reveal themselves to be the Many Mothers , a group that Furiosa's mother was in.

The biker group notice Nux and Max after confirming Furiosa is indeed her mother's daughter and are wary of them, but Furiosa assures them the men are reliable, though Max goes back inside the War Rig, perhaps as a polite gesture or out of fear they may kill him.

Unfortunately, when Furiosa mentions the Green Place, they inform her that the Green Place died long ago and they passed its radiated remains through the mud tracks.

Furiosa breaks down and screams in grief, with Max looking on. Later that night, Furiosa approaches Max, explaining to him their plan to leave the Wasteland and through the salt flats to escape from Joe and in hopes to find a new home.

She offers Max a spare bike, fully loaded with gas and supplies, and a chance to join them, to which Max replies that he'll make his own way.

As Furiosa walks away, Max says to her, "You know, hope is a mistake. If you can't fix what's broken, you'll go insane.

The next day, after Furiosa, the Wives, the Many Mothers and Nux depart, Max gets another hallucination from the girl that has been haunting him for quite some time and rides after the group.

Max reveals his idea of a new home, the Citadel , home of the War Boys and the kingdom of Immortan Joe. Though the group is against the idea initially, Max goes on to tell his plan that with the War Boys coming after them, the Citadel remains unguarded and they can use the canyons to seal them off permanently, earning everyone's approval.

The plan goes underway, and the chase is on. In an effort to move the Rig faster, Max spits fuel into the supercharger and tries detaching the tanker.

Soon after, the War Rig is boarded by polecats and Max engages into combat. After Max saves Furiosa by a slim chance, he is almost shot in the head but survives.

In the midst of all the assault, Toast is taken by a polecat and placed into Joe's vehicle. After a struggle between two of the attackers, Max is knocked off balance but is saved by Furiosa, who gets stabbed in the process.

Nux, who was fixing the truck's engine from below, kicks Max onto the the People Eater 's limo where he subdues the driver and the People Eater.

Max uses him as a human shield when Immortan Joe shoots at him. Soon after, Max escapes the truck's explosion after being caught in the fire.

Immediately though, he gets taken by a polecat and manages to get the polecat off him. After landing on the Coma-Doof Warrior 's vehicle , Max gets back on board the War Rig and fights against Rictus , who is killed when Nux deliberately flips the War Rig to seal the canyon.

Later, Max uses his blood to save Furiosa from her injuries. Once they arrive at the Citadel, Max reveals Joe's corpse, much to the crowd's great joy.

Afterwards, Furiosa and the wives are raised up on a lift by the War Pups , but Max stays behind, sharing a glance with Furiosa before disappearing into the crowd.

One of the most iconic cult classic characters and one that sports outfits and clothes recognisable by so many, the character of Mad Max changes drastically over the years.

The first film was shot on an extremely tight budget, all MFP uniforms were constructed of vinyl with plastic shoulder-caps, with exception to Max and Goose's outfits which were made entirely out of leather.

The once immaculate MFP uniform he wore throughout the second film consists of fine, tough leather with armoured plates attached to much of the outfit.

As the years progress so does the wear on the uniform. It becomes dusty and ripped in places and is missing the right sleeve where Max supposedly cut it off to help bandage the broken arm given to him, along with a shattered knee, at the end of the first film.

A metal leg-brace that helps Max walk from the leg injury is seen in the second film. This brace was actually constructed of tail-gate hinges from a utility truck, with an attached knee pad and leather straps.

Eventually, Max's hair grows wild and the jacket shows evidence of even more usage. He also adorns a robe and cloak to shield himself from the desert sands.

In the video game, Max's appearance is very similar to his appearance in The Road Warrior , though his hair is a different color and lacks the distinctive grey streak, and he sports a beard.

The length of Max's hair and beard can be changed, and he can be fitted with goggles, bandanna, and grease or blue racing face paint.

Players can also give Max different gloves and arm guards which will also improve his fighting skill. Max can also be fitted with a bulletproof vest over his jacket.

In the third movie, after the destruction of the Pursuit Special, Max acquires a custom built 4x4 , but having no fuel to power it, it's towed by a pair of camels, which he later loses.

Once Jessie and Sprog are killed he favours a sawed-off double barrel shotgun. Unmodified Bentleys are carried by other members of the MFP.

The shotgun is his weapon of choice though he gains several more during the course of his time in the wasteland until it is confiscated upon his arrival in Bartertown.

A different model of shotgun appears in each of the three movies, however, they all seem to be modified pre hammerless boxlock-action shotguns.

In the second film, he is also armed with a Vietnam War-era Gerber combat knife, which he pulls several times, once on the Gyro Captain.

Max is also briefly seen carrying a model Winchester early in the film. In the third film, he is shown to have a plethora of weapons hidden on his person, including a different older sawed off double barrel shotgun, a Mauser C96 Broomhandle and several other pistols, a crossbow, and a collection of knives, all of which are confiscated.

During the fourth film, Max initially is only armed with his sawed-off double barrel shotgun. Throughout the film, however, he makes use of several different firearms, due to having access to the War Rig's considerable assortment.

For the most part, he makes use of a Glock 17 , later switching to a Browning Hi Power. Without any doubt, Max's natural skill is driving.

He was once considered the "top pursuit man" in the MFP. These abilities later lend themselves to driving off-road, evading gangs and wrecks easily and out-driving or ramming them off the road.

Max even drives a large truck despite being severely injured. He is a very capable hand to hand combatant in good physical condition.

By Fury Road, he is a very experienced survivor, able to fight Furiosa and the Five Wives pretty much on his own after being almost drained of blood and dehydrated for several days.

He was also able to, with great difficulty, overcome and knock Rictus Erectus unconscious, though he did have to resort to using a gas canister to knock him out.

Max's reflexes are lightning quick by the second film as he manages to capture a snake before it bites him.

George being a doctor and Byron as his driver had experienced this road carnage during long weekends where they would work three days straight going into remote parts of Australia to deal with all sorts of road injuries and casualties.

They were quite disturbed by those occurrences but at the same time they had to grow accustomed to it. This cultural acceptance and desensitization to road violence entered Australian consciousness and it became some sort of basis for a feature film.

The original idea for Mad Max started out in tone of a documentary. One day George Miller had been hearing about a radio journalist that would follow around into places of car accidents to interview people about them.

This resonated deeply with George Miller and his desensitization towards road accidents as a doctor.

He then asked himself "what if that happened to you? Max started as a journalist in contemporary Melbourne, someone who would be a little desensitized and brutalized by crime stories, violence and so on.

The idea of Max as a journalist did not work out so Byron and George turned Max into a cop. Then the idea came to make Max experience the violence he'd seen on the roads by killing his family and friends.

It took Miller and Kennedy about 5 years to change the story from the very fist idea into what ultimately became Mad Max. The reasons for setting Mad Max in near future were both low budget which would allow for filming in abandoned locations as well as the story that became increasingly exagerated to the point it could not take place in a contemporary setting.

Miller also did not like the contemporary look of the Melbourne police uniforms and cars. Setting Mad Max in the near future would give the authors a lot of creative freedom in making the cars and uniforms look more interesting.

In order to fund the film Miller and Kennedy took up very intensive emergency medical services for three months. They had collected a lot of stories from that time as well as a portion of funds for the movie.

Miller would have been working on the script, sometimes in the back of his Bongo van, but he would need help with the script. He teamed up with James McCausland who at the time was the finance editor for The Australian, based out of Melbourne who appears in the film as the bearded man in an apron in front of the diner.

James had the amazing ability to quote any movie, so Miller called him up and offered him a job on writing the movie. James and George would discuss the fact that they would remember specific parts of movies, pieces of dialogue which would stick after watching the movie and using those bits to make a complete movie.

They decided to start the movie with a crescendo and build up to a crescendo at the end of the movie. James would write all of the dialogue, stories told by characters and he would check it with Miller's main beats in the movie.

All the takes were meticulously described in the script because the budget would not allow for any kind of flexibility in that regard.

In a newspaper commentary on peak oil, James McCausland wrote the following in relation to Mad Max : "In , the Arab oil-producing nations convulsed most of the world by tightening the spigots on their wells and sharply reducing production.

Corporations, and nations including Japan, went into crisis mode and many started to think of ways to lessen their reliance on petroleum products.

As the after-shock waves began to subside and black gold started to flow again, most enterprises kicked petroleum replacement well down the agenda.

Yet there were further signs of the desperate measures individuals would take to ensure mobility. A couple of oil strikes that hit many pumps revealed the ferocity with which Australians would defend their right to fill a tank.

Long queues formed at the stations with petrol — and anyone who tried to sneak ahead in the queue met raw violence. George and I wrote the script based on the thesis that people would do almost anything to keep vehicles moving and the assumption that nations would not consider the huge costs of providing infrastructure for alternative energy until it was too late.

Miller would realize that raising funds for the movie from the government was not possible because most movies at that time were period pieces.

In the movie was put up to Hexagon but Alan Finney head of marketing rejected the movie. This prompted the authors to raise the movie themselves, spreading the cost among a lot of different people, mainly Miller's and Kennedy's friends in Melbourne and Sydney.

The movie turned out to be entirely privately financed. The fact that the movie was privately financed gave the authors total control, and they were not accountable to anybody except for investors, who did not intervene with the production whatsoever.

Miller and Kennedy wanted complete unknowns for the main roles and even the people who were somewhat known had to change their appearance completely.

Mitch Mathews was in charge of casting the movie. She found three really good graduating actors in the National Institute of Dramatic Art, two of them would be very good for the role and she specifically mentioned Mel Gibson and Steve Bisley.

According to Byron Kennedy: [12]. Mel Gibson was found perfect for the main role, Steve Bisley loved the role of Goose because he loved bikes already and because the character had a short fuse.

There is a popular rumor on how Mel Gibson and Steve Bisley were cast for the movie. According to Mel Gibson, he dropped off his friend Bisley to an audition for the part of Max.

Gibson was reportedly in poor shape as the night before he had gotten into a drunken brawl with "half a rugby team" his own words which caught interest of the casting agents.

They took pictures of Gibson saying that they "need freaks for this film, when you heal up, come see us". Gibson was desperate for a job so two weeks later he came back to the casting agency and initially they did not recognize him.

Once he pointed at his less than flattering pictures on the wall, the casting agents recognized him and met him with George Miller who gave him the part of Max on the spot.

Rosie Bailey was originally cast as Max's wife Jessie. Unfortunately her and Grant Page had accident on their way to the shooting location.

Rosie had suffered a broken femur which excluded her from the picture. Joanne Samuel was hired to play Jessie instead.

The character of Fifi Macaffee was played by Roger Ward. George Miller required Roger to shave his head, despite having a full head of hair.

Roger always wanted to do that and that's what won him over for the role of Fifi. Both of those actors were dramatically different which made both of them play off each other really well.

Essentially they were just looking for reasons to annoy themselves and play as such on camera.

Hugh Keays-Byrne was cast as Toecutter. He proved himself to be a very charismatic actor whose presence was very strong. He was an accomplished actor, very seasoned and a fabulous performer.

Bubba Zanetti was played by Geoff Parry, who at first could not work out if Bubba Zanetti were two different characters. He locked down the character after he was given a woman's black top and a necklace.

Tim Burns was cast as Johnny the Boy - a character whose mind is a mangled mess. Howard Eynon was playing Diabando , who mostly made animal noises despite having only a few actual lines.

Both of their performances were mainly improvised. All the actors playing the gang members stayed in their roles even off camera, which made for very interesting interactions with other cast and crew.

Barry the mechanic was played by David Cameron. Originally this character was supposed to be a 'one armed mechanic'. Due to technical and financial limitations, George Miller directed Cameron to simply put one of his hands behind his back to simulate being one handed.

Instead, David Cameron suggested that the mechanic would have both of his hands, but he would be walking with a limp and speaking with a stutter.

The theme of a handicapped mechanic would later return in Mad Max 2. The Grease Rat mechanic was played by Nico Lathouris. Bryon Kennedy was the main force behind the cars of Mad Max.

The vehicle was based on Byron's vision of a car he wanted to have ever since he was 15 years old. Byron's attention to vehicles went as far as to give each vehicle an individually tuned exhaust to give the vehicles their own personality.

Bertrand Cadard playing Clunk was originally hired as the bike designer. Along with Bill Miller associate producer and George Miller the three approached the Kawasaki distributor to convince them to provide bikes for the movie.

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Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There's Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos.

And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.

Written by Production. Mad Max Fury Road is a stunningly beautiful and highly charged kinetic thrill ride.

It is brilliantly filmed with amazing, and well suited bombastic soundtrack. The star of the film is its direction by George Miller, showing generation MTV how to direct moving action without getting lost in its mayhem.

Almost every shot is moving, similar to a James Cameron action sequence. As mentioned before the film has not got much of a plot other then a giant chase.

The first half of the film is great and the second half starts to loose steam due to what has come before it. Chalize Theron is great and adds presence to the film, it is one of her best performances.

Tom Hardy gives a solid performance but I found his performance somewhat lacking, he does not have much to work with and is limited to a handful of dialogue, I preferred Mel Gibson's Max.

The film suffers when it eventually slows down in pace, but when it is going full throttle there are not many films that can complete with it.

Is it an action classic? The ending seems sudden and could of done with some more depth to it, especially the Max character. It is still a wonderful and refreshingly directed film to add to the Mad Max Cannon of films.

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