Mad Max: Fury Road (review)

Mad Max: Fury Road (review)
Mad Max: Fury Road (review)
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Director George Miller has returned to the character that made him famous 36 years ago. The landscape is bleaker and the action is more pumped. Tom Hardy & Charlize Theron play rebels who are trying to escape the evil overlords, or at least outrun them, but forget story and dialogue: This is all about spectacular stunts, incredible art direction and furious action. The relentless pace and virtually non-stop clashes are sometimes so hectic that it’s hard to figure out what’s happening. The thick accents and noisy sound sometime make the dialogue a challenge, but it doesn’t really matter. The massive soundtrack by Junkie XL adds another level of intensity. This film is inventive in the extreme and dizzying in it’s bravura direction.


4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)


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