Mad Max: Fury Road kicked my ass hard. It'll kick yours. So get prepped for a new action classic. You won't know what hit you. show more
The loveliest part of Mad Max: Fury Road is its grungy, quasi-Gothic imagery — the production was designed by Colin Gibson and photographed by John Seale. And the fullest flowering of its images can be found in its muscle cars, muscle trucks, muscle trailers and muscle buggies. show more
George Miller's Fury Road is a hundred things at once: a biker movie, a spaghetti western, a post-apocalyptic dystopian action pic, a tale of female empowerment (The Vagina Monologues' Eve Ensler was a consultant on set), a Bosch painting made scary 3D real, a Keystone Kops screwball romp, and an auto show from hell. show more
AMAZING! Saw Mad Max the first day it was released, what a WILD RIDE! It grabs you from the get-go, and doesn't let you go until the end! Yes, it is one long (and I mean LONG) chase scene through the desert...but what a ride! The only fault I found was not having more of a relationship between Tom and Charlize's characters. You expect this, but not in this film. Otherwise, an EXCELLENT film! I can honestly say that I have not seen a film that I enjoyed as much since The Dark Knight in 2009!
This film definitely gets my vote for the worst film of 2015.
I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. It was nothing like the originals. And zero continuity and bad editing. I wouldn't recommend this movie.