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Black and chrome and colour editions of the fourth instalment of the post-apocalyptic action series from film-maker George Miller. Set in a desolate desert wasteland, the story follows Max (Tom Hardy), who following the murder of his wife and child, has been captured by a gang, led by the tyrannical Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). In order to escape his captors, Max teams up with Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), a woman who wants to travel across the desert and find her way back home. But after liberating five female captives from Joe's clutches, she too must escape from the crazy gang leader and his henchmen. Can they make it across the desert in one piece? The film was nominated for ten Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Cinematography and Best Director, winning six statuettes in categories such as Best Production Design, Best Costume Design and Best Sound Mixing.
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Charlize Theron is the real hero in this movie and she was good, but Tom Hardy as 'Mad Max' in name was a back ground almost silent mumbling character for a lot of the movie which I felt a bit annoyed about. Towards the end I remember thinking 'for goodness sake man have you got nothing to say!'
Despite this the overall saturation of stunning landscape, insane vehicles and crazy characters made this one of the best movies of the year.
The special effects in the battles involving the monstrous cars are flawlessly executed, the pale soldiers look as if they were real and the fires and explosions are vivid and very realistic. If that's not enough, the special "mad" scenes peppered throughout the movie, like the cheer-leading guitarist on the car loaded with massive drums and speakers, and the effective use of facial masks by most of the warriors, all add up to an immersive and unique watching experience.
Yes, the story line itself is pretty simple but the pace of the movie keeps you engaged all the time. All in all, a worthy addition to the Mad Max series!
I was going to make comment about his dialogue but frankly, his acting comes across without the need for words which suits a man who has spent many years alone simply surviving. Here we have a pragmatic Max versus the insane-in-the-membrane Max of old.
Charlize Theron delivers her standard performance, strong but mostly silent type again, but reminiscent of her other action roles.
It is good to see many stronger female roles, something the film industry should really get on-board with, too many times we see female leads written as either "bitches" or "psychos", here they are strong but for once balanced characters with yet some touching humane moments.
As hard as it must be to reignite a story almost 30 years since the last, George Miller and his writing crew have done a decent, solid job. Not the best of the franchise but by no means the worst. Certainly worthy of a watch, and a sequel down the line.
Those that have seen the original may well say this isn't as good. I would suggest it is a different kind of good and brings back some of that post apocalyptic weirdness that the originals introduced to us, only this time with Tom Hardy in the title role, although Furiosa certainly shares that spot for most of this film.
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