Mad Max is back
THERE’S nothing subtle about the newest George Miller instalment of the Mad Max saga, Fury Road.
Audiences are immediately hit with a reoccurring sabotage spree that oddly spins a cycle of savage serenity, which carries the entire film with a particularly peculiar grace, tip-toeing the lines of uncomfortable and flat out fun.
A visual monument for the film industry, Mad Max: Fury Road is a melting pot of colourful creations that are great to watch, with its twoheaded paramount being the wide array of ingeniously generated vehicles and the overall appearance of the villain, Immortan Joe – played by Hugh Keays-Byrne.
The main characters execute their roles in high-action fashion, making this film a must-see.
Information for this review was sourced from IMDB.com.