Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Review
If you’re one of those people who, ever since your first glimpse of the 1979 classic, Mad Max, has been quietly thinking to yourself, “Self, this is cool and all, but wouldn’t it be way better if it were less of a movie and more of a two hour heavy metal music video?”
Well, then, I’m happy to say for you that your wish has come true.
Mad Max: Fury Road does away with all of those tired clichés of film-making like plot, dialogue, story, & structure, and replaces them with noise, spectacle, and a guy chained to the front of a truck playing a guitar that shoots flames.
How was Michael Bay not involved with this?
If, however, you never thought that the Mad Max universe was in need of a reboot suitable to play on the screen at a Dio concert, then you’ll probably enjoy Fury Road about as much as I did.