Friday, 15 May 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road review by ANIZ FILMVALA

Mad Max: Fury Road review



Director: George Miller

Cast: Tom Hardy,Charlize Theron,Nicholas Hoult,Hugh Keays-Byrne.

Since 1979 when the first part of the Mad Max hit the theaters it changed the way of Action can entertain and enthrall with a velocity of fast pace visual which the world had never imagined about how cinematic view of car chase and repulsive characters would create a space in the History of Awesome Action movies.

Director George Miller after a gap of three decades is back with the Awesomeness of the edge of the seat thrills and nonstop ride to invigorate the way Action film should be made.

Incredibly created characters and beyond the belief production design will mesmerize you,120 minutes of nonstop car chase on a wild Desert between the good and bad contention is one big theme to draw attention universally, and a kind of an bungee string lively guitarist jamming on an moving truck is attitude unmatched. You witness a madcap world where even prayers to god are ridiculed.

Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa who is on a mission to save the wives of her commander Immortan Joe(Hugh Keays-Byrne) gives a thundering performance and dwarfs the Bad Boy “Mad Max” (Tom Hardy) out of his size and Heroic image since thirty Years. Mr. Miller seems to be more inclined towards the feminist force of the future “Mad Max” series to come.

Come witness the most overwhelming live-action you must have not experienced in ages, the makers have effortlessly created and staged the stunts so well that it creates a authentic ambiance of a much awaited “Mad Max” film it should be. 

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