Mad Max: Fury Road - Being A "Blood Bag" Should Have Killed Max
Becoming a living "blood bag" in Mad Max: Fury Road likely would have killed the title character. The original Mad Max seemingly roared out of nowhere in 1979 to become a major cult hit thanks to its unique vision of the future, intense car chases, and Mel Gibson's star-making performance. Gibson and director George Miller returned for 1981's Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, where Max reluctantly helps a band of survivors against marauding villains. The sequel greatly up the scale and scope and is still considered one of the best post-apocalyptic movies ever made. Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome was co-directed by Miller and George Ogilvie, but outside of Tina Turner's villain and a couple of action setpieces, it's easily the weakest of the series.More...
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