100 Word Review – Mad Mad: Fury Road

Like a game of Chinese whispers or tales around a campfire, it’s best not to get bogged down in the details. Wasn’t the Interceptor destroyed? Didn’t he have a son? Eh.

Instead, focus on the NOS spewing, paint spraying, 100% top gear entertainment that you’ll find on Fury Road. It’s mental.

You could argue it’s not Max’s film, but that’s OK. Hardy provides a strong and stoic platform on which Theron builds a brilliant central performance.

If you haven’t seen the old films this will be unlike anything you’ve seen before. Even if you have it’s quite something. Flame guitar!

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