Review | Mad Max: Fury Road
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Critics have been raving about this post-apocalyptic movie so I will keep this short. Max Mad: Fury Road is a must-see flick if you're looking for an action movie that has substance.
I have not watched the previous Mad Max movies yet I still enjoyed it without the burden of its convoluted history. At the onset of the film, we are introduced to a post-nuclear wasteland where water is a luxury. The exposition can really weird out the viewers. But the audience's patience will pay off when the characters hit the "Fury Road."
Playing the titular character is Tom Hardy, a survivor from the old world. He pulls off as the paranoid, former cop - a good replacement to Mel Gibson who opted not to reprise his role. But the movie's most compelling character is Charlize Theron's Imperator Furiosa, who displayed a wide range of emotions from being a strong-willed to a broken - both physically and emotionally, woman.
Do yourself a favor and watch this film, which is now on my list of the greatest post-apocalyptic movies of all time.
Here's the trailer of Mad Max: Fury Road: