Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Action | Adventure | Science Fiction | Thriller
7.4 / 10
Release Date
13 May 2015
2 : 0 minutes
Spoken Language
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There's Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.

Cast Overview :

Max Rockatansky
by: Tom Hardy
Imperator Furiosa
by: Charlize Theron
by: Nicholas Hoult
Immortan Joe
by: Hugh Keays-Byrne
by: Josh Helman
Rictus Erectus
by: Nathan Jones
Toast the Knowing
by: Zoë Kravitz
The Splendid Angharad
by: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
by: Riley Keough
The Dag
by: Abbey Lee
Cheedo the Fragile
by: Courtney Eaton
The People Eater
by: John Howard
The Bullet Farmer
by: Richard Carter
The Doof Warrior
by: Iota
The Organic Mechanic
by: Angus Sampson
Miss Giddy
by: Jennifer Hagan
The Valkyrie
by: Megan Gale
Keeper of the Seeds
by: Melissa Jaffer
The Vuvalini
by: Melita Jurišić
The Vuvalini
by: Gillian Jones
The Vuvalini
by: Joy Smithers
The Vuvalini
by: Antoinette Kellerman
The Vuvalini
by: Christina Koch
The Ace
by: Jon Iles
Corpus Colossus
by: Quentin Kenihan
Glory the Child
by: Coco Jack Gillies
by: Chris Patton
The Rock Rider Chief / The Winchman
by: Stephen Dunlevy
The Prime Imperator
by: Richard Norton
by: Vince Roxburgh
by: John Walton
Chanting War Boy / Red Flare Warrior
by: Ben Smith-Petersen
Blood 'Shed' War Boy
by: Russ McCarroll
War Rig War Boy
by: Judd Wild
Milking Mother
by: Elizabeth Cunico
Ripsaw Imperator / The Breakman
by: Greg Van Borssum
Ripsaw Driver
by: Rob Jones
Polecat Lookout
by: Sebastian Dickins
Black Mask
by: Darren Mitchell
The Accusing Dead
by: Crusoe Kurddal
The Accusing Dead
by: Shyan Tonga
The Wretched
by: Cass Comerford
The Wretched
by: Albert Lee
War Pups
by: Riley Paton
War Pup
by: Ripley Voeten
War Pup
by: Riley Paton
War Pup
by: Maycn Van Borssum
War Pup
by: Hunter Stratton Boland
War Pup
by: Nathan Jenkins
War Pup
by: Fletcher Gill
War Pup
by: Whiley Toll
by: Ferdinand Hengombe
by: Gadaffi Davsab
by: Noddy Alfred
by: Jackson Hengombe
by: Christian Fane
by: Callum Gallagher
by: Abel Hofflin
The Many Voices (voice)
by: Lee Perry
The Wretched (uncredited)
by: Hiroshi Kasuga

Member Reviews :

Fabulous action movie. Lots of interesting characters. They don't make many movies like this. The whole movie from start to finish was entertaining I'm looking forward to seeing it again. I definitely recommend seeing it.
  Phileas Fogg
Good action movie with a decent script for the genre. The photography is really good too but, in the end, it is quite repeating itself from beginning to end and the stormy OST is exhausting.
  Andres Gomez
Awesome movie! WITNESS ME will stick with me forever!
Fantastic action that makes up for some plot holes.
Wonderful action movie. Scenes are unimaginable. Lots of graphics used in this movie. This is totally a very good action movie.
I was never a fan of the original Mad Max films but this one just blew me away. There was something so powerfully visceral about this on the big screen. It was a fun on assault on the sense , in a good way. Its spectacle rather than plot driven so may not fare as well on the smaller screen. Watch on the largest possible tv in a darkened room with the phone and other gadgets off. Crank up the volume.
I would say that this movie is pretty much the kind of movie that I expected it to be. That being said I think it was a bit softer than I hoped it to be. I think that, again, the Hollywood plonkers have opted to make a movie that got a more palate rating (to them and their cash registers) than what it should have been. It is not as obvious as with Robocop and a few other movies but the feeling is there. It is still a fairly entertaining movie. It is of course yet another special effects movie and as such it does not disappoint. It differs from a lot of the usual special effects movies in that the effects are pretty down to Earth in a bizarre way. We are not talking about superheroes or near magical technologies here but instead we have a devastated landscape, scrounged together equipment and a totally ludicrous desire to blow up the last remains of human civilisation. The bizarre vehicle designs and the totally ridicules behaviour of a lot of people in this movie is alone worth watching it to be honest. As with the previous Mad Max movies this one stretches the bounds of reality (I hope) when it comes to human behaviour and how they waste the few precious resources, specifically gasoline and bullets, that remains after the apocalypse. It provides some spectacular scenery but it also puts a bit of “what the f…” feeling to it all. Not that this part is not expected from a Mad Max movie though. What I think was my largest let-down in the movie was the Mad Max character itself. To me he is supposed to be a real bad-ass. In this movie he was not really that impressive. He certainly was far from the original Mad Max character in my opinion and was really overshadowed by the Furiosa character. I could have lived with that if this character would have been really impressive but she was not. She was cool but she was still underwhelming when comparing to anything in the original bad-ass Mad Max universe. I would say that Tina Turner and Mel Gibson still rules! Still it is a decent futuristic, apocalyptic action movie, maybe not living up to this old movie geeks expectations, but not at all a wasted movie evening. The sound track of the Blu-ray certainly gave my subwoofer an exercise as well.
  Per Gunnar Jonsson