Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

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Dream-Xtractor wrote:
Ruth wrote:Hardy made a great Max as well.
Better than Gibson?
Hard to say. Gibson definitely has the advantage of being the first one and being our only Max for over 30 years. But Hardy can only get better.

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Ruth wrote:
Dream-Xtractor wrote:
Ruth wrote:Hardy made a great Max as well.
Better than Gibson?
Hard to say. Gibson definitely has the advantage of being the first one and being our only Max for over 30 years. But Hardy can only get better.
:thumbup:

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Dream-Xtractor wrote:
Ruth wrote:Hard to say. Gibson definitely has the advantage of being the first one and being our only Max for over 30 years. But Hardy can only get better.
:thumbup:
Thoughts on her saying Hoult was more of a standout?

It seems it is becoming the general consensus.

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Allstar wrote:
Dream-Xtractor wrote:
Ruth wrote:Hard to say. Gibson definitely has the advantage of being the first one and being our only Max for over 30 years. But Hardy can only get better.
:thumbup:
Thoughts on her saying Hoult was more of a standout?

It seems it is becoming the general consensus.
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I'm seeing this with the Dad tomorrow so I was wanting to ask those of you who've already seen it or have read the reviews about whether seeing it in 3D is warranted for this film. Does it make for a better viewing?

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There's actually one thing that made me flinch for the first time because of 3D.

But Miller recommends 2D, so I'd go with that. TBH, it's very rare that 3D does anything to enhance the experience.

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Just came back from it. Really like it, very fun ride and Hardy is awesome, same about Hoult. I know is too soon to say something bad about the movie, but I had some issues with it :(

First, I didn't enjoy the wives (rosie huntington was the only one I like); second, I had some trouble with the voices, sometimes the sounded a little fake, especially with MAx at the beggining. And I tought I'd get much more excited during the movie, wichr kind didn't happened. Maybe if i see it again in imax that would change.

8/10 for me. :thumbup:

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