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Mad Max: Fury Road
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. 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.
|Studio :||Village Roadshow Pictures, Kennedy Miller Productions, Warner Bros.,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Art Department Coordinator,|
|Cast :||Tom Hardy Nicholas Hoult Charlize Theron Nathan Jones Hugh Keays-Byrne|
|Genre :||Adventure Action Thriller Science Fiction|
Purely Joyful Movie!
Best movie ever!
In truth, there is barely enough story here to make a film.
a film so unique, intoxicating and bizarre that it not only demands another viewing, but is also forgivable as a satirical comedy where the jokes eventually take the back seat.
I love this movie because the outstanding action is so rewatchable. I have seen mad max fury road at least 10 times now, and it is just as awesome every time I watch it. While the movie is called Mad Max, the true protagonist is Furiosa and her fight for redemption. Max is "just there" for the most part. Still, Tom Hardy brings a likeable charm to the character that keeps the fighting riveting. Most people have stated that while the movie is enjoyable and thrill enduring, the plot is very thin. I like to think that while the main plot is thin, so much is going on that it truly doesnt matter. Such action and beautiful set pieces bring joy even if it is a basic plot. Overall, this is the sole movie I have given a 10/10, and it deserves it. Best movie ever.
Yes, beautiful.Maybe that's not the word someone would use to describe George Millers modern masterpiece, but I will.Mad Max Fury Road shows us that all the choreographed and handcrafted action can take place in a moving rhythm. Anyone who accuses this film of being just a battle of material or a glorification of gigantomania has not understood something. In refusing a superficial story, Mad Max stands out from the other blockbusters. Fury Road is loud, very loud, but the movie doesn't numb you. The whole is an overall composition of sound, image and cut of crystalline beauty. Yes, beauty. This film is a poetic experience that is both direct and completely abstract. We are directly affected by the pictures and basses, but at the same time everything remains abstract, since we cannot identify directly with any person.Mad Max Fury Road provides us with answers to questions we have never asked. Formally speaking, we are actually similar to the characters in the film. How they wander around without any direction, but with a smile on their face? They move from point A to point B and when they are at point B, they go back to point A. This directionlessness also drives us humans through the area, but also keeps us in motion.The Greek philosopher Heraclitus was the thinker of opposites. Land and sea, day and night and so on. All opposites form a unity. The most important message is that the way back and forth is one and the same way. Doesn't this make the entire chase obsolete?George Miller uses this unity of opposites. In sound design we have both fortissimo and pianissimo interludes and nothing in between. Many post-apocalyptic films show an order into which chaos slowly enters. Fury Road now shows how an order is forming in chaos. But does it make any difference?
I was 30 when I watched the first Mad Max installment. I was expecting more action in1980. Watching this "remake" of the second installment taped in 1982, I finally got the action I wanted then. Boy, this is ACTION, no kidding, and not for the faint of heart. This one is so we'll done that you immerse in the it and have to remember you ought to breathe from time to time.I now see that the subtle message of first Mad Max: in 1979 the fundamental prediction of the current progressive thinking, the last vestiges of the law to attempt restaining vicious gangs. Max, an officer without any legal support, is left without any options but to take the law on his personal hands against those who killed his wife and son. It is clear the Justice system cannot help him. Max becomes a brutal revenger hunting down and murdering those who had the law "protection". In fact, this is very similar to today's human rights or progressive groups more worried about those who violate the law instead of those who are victims or those who are in compliance with the law.
One of the things that stands out about this film is how Miller manager to develop the character of Max without even using words or dialog - a truly great example in storytelling of " show, don't tell". The pacing of the movie is great - it is slower paced, but yet you're never bored and it never *feels* slow. Miller does a superb job of bringing to life the world he has created.Another great thing I love about this film is that Miller doesn't go crazy with CGI - in a day and age when it seems nearly every movie uses way too much of it - this movie feels very organic and it looks amazing because of it. This movie will hold up for a very long time. I can't wait for a sequel to come out! (hopefully one does!)