Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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I don't consider T2 a B movie so I'm not sure I can consider this a B movie as well.

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This is not a B-Movie given release and budget.

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Hey wait a second...
how would they possibly be able to ride 160 days on motorcycles with only one tank of gas
And...
how is that gun guy a better shot after he's blinded

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Michaelf2225 wrote:Hey wait a second...
how would they possibly be able to ride 160 days on motorcycles with only one tank of gas
And...
how is that gun guy a better shot after he's blinded
Cause this is a fictional film. The laws of our universe are not applicable.

mad max embodies true filmmaking

i was on the verge of crying the entire time

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mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:mad max embodies true filmmaking

i was on the verge of crying the entire time
Define true filmmaking and dishonest filmmaking

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mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:mad max embodies true filmmaking

i was on the verge of crying the entire time
sounds like a crock of horseshit

ChristNolan wrote:
mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:mad max embodies true filmmaking

i was on the verge of crying the entire time
Define true filmmaking and dishonest filmmaking
understanding story and using every element at your disposal to tell your story.

what i noticed about mad max (and what is prolly a mark of a successful film) is it doesn't feel like it's aspiring to be anything. it's a completely self contained experience due to miller making creative choices based on what best articulates his vision rather than what's currently in style

the opposite would be, like, uneducated filmmaking
Law wrote: sounds like a crock of horseshit
i was moved not gonna deny it
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were you moved at an attempt to hear what tom hardy was mumbling?

that's a bingo!



honestly theron's straight american accent stood out to me more than whatever hardy was doing.

but hey they're in a dystopian future soooo you can't really accuse anyone of sounding inauthentic

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