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Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller, 2015)

May 12, 2015

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In a cinematic landscape where every movie series of notable mainstream or cult popularity is being resurrected instead of left for dead, one figure has emerged as a shining light amid the darkness of Ridley Scott reboots and kingdoms of crystal skulls. His name is George Miller, his character is Mad Max, and his world is fire and blood.

Against all odds, Miller’s return to the post-apocalyptic universe that made his directorial name (he helmed and co-wrote all three of the prior Mel Gibson films) arrives as an invigorating jolt of demented originality despite its predecessors’ influential legacy. It makes the other Mad Max films seem, in retrospect, like demo reels for the kinetic rush of this chase epic…

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