Mad Max is back

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL. -

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.

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