Mad Max: Fury Road
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Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road when the creator of a 1970s/1980s blockbuster franchise decides to dust it off again decades later, the Mad Max: Fury Road results can be … well, the results can be The Phantom Menace, Prometheus, or Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: legacy-tarnishing messes that fans try to forget. And then there’s Mad Max: Fury Road. The first Mad Max film to be made by George Miller in 30 years, this belated reboot is missing its original star, Mel Gibson, and its director has spent the intervening years on such children’s fare as Happy Feet and Babe: Pig in the City. You might assume, then, that Fury Road would join The Phantom Menace on the scrapheap reserved for unloved revivals. And yet, somehow, this explosive new barrage of action and eccentricity isn’t only a faithful continuation of the series, it’s also its exhilarating high point. When Miller made his trilogy three decades ago, it seems, he was just revving up.

For the benefit of the uninitiated, the Mad Max films are set in a lawless post-apocalyptic dystopia where oil is scarce, and bands of scavengers career around in souped-up stock cars. Given that (a) this future world consists largely of sand, and (b) petrol is in short supply, it’s odd that the populace should be so devoted to the internal combustion engine, but Miller’s franchise was always absurd. It’s the gusto and flair with which it commits to that absurdity that makes it so exciting. Welcome to a land where everyone sports punk hairdos and leather bondage gear, and people are named Aunt Entity and Dr Dealgood as a matter of course.

Duration: 120 min


IMDb: 8.1