Mad Max: Fury Road

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Running Time:  120 min.
Release Date: May 15, 2015
DVD: September 1, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 3.41
based on 272 votes and 72 reviews
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Cast: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Josh Helman, Nathan Jones, Zoë Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, Abbey Lee, Courtney Eaton

Synopsis

Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) is captured by a group loyal to the warlord Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne), who tyrannizes his people, doling out water in small amounts to keep them desperate.

Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), whom he believes is loyal to him, helps several young women, who are forced to bear his children, escape. Once he realizes what she's up to, he and his army set out after her, using Max as a blood supplier for Nux (Nicholas Hoult), one of his loyal supporters.

During a battle, Max manages to escape and he teams up with Furiosa as they both desperately try to get away from Joe and save the women, one of whom is pregnant.

Director: George Miller
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Producer(s): Doug Mitchell, George Miller, P.J. Voeten
Screenplay: George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nico Lathouris
Official Site: MadMaxMovie.com

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  • 3 stars "Very well done tom hardy does as good as a job as Mel Gibson in the first 2 mad max movies I'm so happy it was not another beyond the thunder dome"
  • 1 star "It didn't take me long to realize it wasn't Mel Gibson playing Max in this movie, and I'm sure others noticed it, too. I felt cheated for days afterward but finally got my money back after threatening to sue."
  • 1 star "Lazy attempt to continue a franchise that was never very popular to begin with. Kudos to Mel Gibson for walking away from a very large pay day. Fans thirsting for thrills and spills should rush out and see the new Point Break, a spectacular action picture that builds on the proud legacy of its predecessor and redefines the modern event movie."