Mad Max: Why The Original Movie Is So Different To Fury Road
George Miller's dystopian masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road owes its existence to the first film in the franchise, the original 1979 Mad Max, but Fury Road looks drastically different to the rest of the franchise. With a diminutive budget and no previous feature-length filmography to speak of, George Miller took an audacious risk to create an action-packed film set in the catastrophic near future. His bold move paid off and the result not only turned the first Mad Max into one of the most profitable movies in history but also transformed the franchise into an influential landmark in the world of cinema.More...
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