What Critics Are Saying About The: Mad Max: Fury Road!
Mad Max: Fury Road, directed by: George Miller, starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, is an apocalyptic movie set in an outermost unreachable region of the planet, in a desert where humanity is long vanished, and everyone is fighting for their breathe. George Miller returns with a bang. The stunts and action sequences are EXTRAVAGANT. Let us look at what Critics are saying about this:
“It’s all great fun, and quite rousing as well — a large-scale genre movie that is at once unpretentious and unafraid to bring home a message. Way back in the “Thunderdome” days, Tina Turner sang, “We don’t need another hero.” That’s more true than ever, especially during summer movie season. And “Mad Max: Fury Road,” like its namesake both humble and indomitable, isn’t about heroism in the conventional, superpowered sense. It’s about revolution.” – By A. O. SCOTT, NYT Critics’ Pick (Full Review Here)
“Mad Max: Fury Road is a beautifully strange, violent and thrilling cinematic composition that proves George Miller is a more brilliant maestro than ever.” – By Kofi Outlaw, Screenrant (Full Review Here)
“Don’t miss the best film of 2015; starring Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy” – by Deepanjana Pal, FirstPost (Full Review Here)
“From its very first scenes, “Fury Road” vibrates with the energy of a veteran filmmaker working at the top of his game, pushing us forward without the cheap special effects or paper-thin characters that have so often defined the modern summer blockbuster. Miller hasn’t just returned with a new installment in a money-making franchise. The man who re-wrote the rules of the post-apocalyptic action genre has returned to show a generation of filmmakers how they’ve been stumbling in their attempts to follow in his footsteps.” – Brian Tallerico, Roger Ebert (Full Review Here)
“Fury Road is not only a reminder of what big, beautiful action movies can and should look like, it’s a reminder that they can have a point. That spectacle can have substance.” – Angela Watercutter, Wired (Full Review Here)
“Fury Road is also one of the best action movies of the decade, a punk Last Judgmentwith manic invention and depraved wit on display in every frame: Immortan Joe’s Frankensteined Coupe de Ville.” – By Alex Pappademas, Grantland (Full Review Here)
“You don’t just watch Mad Max: Fury Road, you rock out to it” – By David Edelstein, Vulture (Full Review Here)
So don’t miss this spectacular cinematic experience. Have a lovely day.
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