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Mad Max: Fury Road is a movie starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult. In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in search for her homeland with the aid of a group of female...

Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Thriller
George Miller
Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy, Nicholas Hoult, Zoë Kravitz

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Genres Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Thriller
Director George Miller
Writer George Miller, Nick Lathouris, Brendan McCarthy
Stars Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy, Nicholas Hoult, Zoë Kravitz
Country South Africa, USA, Australia
Also Known As Mad Max 4, Max ha'zoem: kvish ha'za'am, Trakais Makss: Skarbais ceļš, Mad Max: Furia en el camino, Max Điên: Con Đường Tử Thần, Μαντ Μαξ: Ο Δρόμος της Οργής, Pobesneli Max: cesta besa, Mad Max: Estrada da Fúria, Mad Max: Raevu tee, Mad Max: Na drodze gniewu, Pobješnjeli Max: Divlja cesta, Šialený Max 4: Zbesilá cesta, Çılgın Max: Öfkeli Yollar, Mad Max: Ο δρόμος της οργής, Mad Max: Drumul furiei, Mad Max: Furia na estrada, Mad Max Fury Road: Black & Chrome Edition, Побеснели Макс: Ауто-пут беса, 瘋狂麥斯:憤怒道, Mad Max: La route du chaos, Mad Max: A harag útja, Mad Max: Furia en el Camino, マッドマックス 怒りのデス・ロード, Pašėlęs Maksas: įtūžio kelias, Mad Max: Furia en la carretera, Šílený Max 4: Zběsilá cesta
Runtime 2 h
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After a narrow escape in the barren deserts of the dystopian Wasteland, the solitary post-apocalyptic survivor, Max Rockatansky, struggles to stay one step ahead from the water-controlling overlord Immortan Joe's marauding gangs, the Wild Boys. However, Max will soon cross paths with one of Joe's elite lieutenants--the fearless warrior, Imperator Furiosa--who has just fled the Citadel in her heavily armoured War Rig truck, absconding with an irreplaceable quintet of wives. Now, the powerful tyrant and his hordes of delusional zealots are after the unlikely team of Max and Furiosa; however, before the unforgiving Wasteland's deadly immensity, who has what it takes to survive?

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Tuesday, 17 Nov 2020 09:28

It's official: the 1980s are back, with a vengeance. As bad as they were back in the '70s, the '80s were incredibly powerful. Their reinvention to create the next '80s is a beautiful thing to behold. I can see the way this film is being received, but I think it's safe to say that this is going to change the way we look at the '80s. It's a perfect way to look at the film genre and how it has come to be. It's not about the kids, the '80s, or the destruction of the environment. It's about the apocalypse itself. The '80s are now. We'll see them again soon. We're still here. As always, the acting is top notch. The main character, Max, is a young man who has grown up in the '80s. He realizes that the world is going to come to an end soon, and he doesn't want to be left behind. He has a tragic past and a father that died young. But Max is not ready to face the world alone. That is why he has to travel to the past, or the future, to find a way to save his friends and the world. As I said, the film takes us to a new era. It's a violent, yet fun, new world. It's not your normal old world either. The 1980s are no more, and we have a new world to live in. In the end, it's all about choices. We see that through the choices made in the film. The choices you make in this film will either save the world, or bring about the apocalypse. You can make a choice that will either save the world or bring about the apocalypse. It's like choosing to be a good person or a bad person. You can't have it both ways. The '80s are here. We can see them again soon. They're coming back to haunt us. As they did in the '70s. And as they will in the '80s. We can learn from their mistakes, or we can learn from their triumphs. As we have already learned from the '70s. Now, I'm sure, we'll all learn from the '80s. It's still here. We will still watch it, we will still learn from it. It's a good thing, too. But this time, we have the '80s to learn from, too.
Wednesday, 04 Nov 2020 10:29

I've always loved the original movies. And for that matter, I'm not going to pretend that I don't. I love the scenes of violence and excitement, and I love the fun of the action. The only thing that I've always seen these movies as is a 'bad' movie. A movie with lots of violence, and some of the 'actors' were just not what I would expect from them. So I don't think I really had anything to compare the film to, until I saw it again. I must admit that I'm not the biggest fan of Tom Hardy. But now, I really love him. I love him for a few reasons: he's one of the only actors I don't really feel is acting for the character they're portraying, he's fun, funny, a little bit sexy, and if I'm not mistaken, he's kind of athletic. But, of course, he's not supposed to be an action hero. But, still, he's very good in that role. And he is the best thing in this movie. George Miller and the rest of the crew have done a really good job with the script, the direction, and the production design. I loved the locations and the way the story is told. In general, I loved this movie. I loved the storyline, the characters, the violence, the comedy, the action. I just loved it. I even enjoyed some of the scenes in this movie that I didn't particularly care about, in that I didn't have to think about it and felt more like I was in a good movie. This is the best movie I've seen this year, and I don't think it will be the last. I'm going to go watch it again today and I'm already excited.

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