LiQuid wrote:Every single time a movie that I like from the 80s or 90s has been given a modern update it has been an unequivocal disaster. How the fuck can you possibly be hyped for this?
George Miller has put the modern action film to shame. Simply put, this is the best action movie I've seen so far this decade.
An invigorating jolt of demented originality, it makes the other Mad Max films seem like demo reels for the kinetic rush of this chase epic.
... a stone-cold action master class, beautiful and brainy and startling in the ways it throws off the current definition of the blockbuster.
Fury Road not only captures the same Molotov-cocktail craziness of Miller's masterpiece, 1981's The Road Warrior-it's also a surprisingly hypercaffeinated film for a director in his fifth decade behind the camera.
[F]aster, bigger, badder, & better than anything else you'll see on screen in 2015. An awe-inspiring display of action storytelling... [and] insanely uncompromising brilliance...
The kind of superlative action filmmaking that rips away at our collective acceptance of mediocrity. The bar has been raised.
This isn't just one of the best action movies of the year -- it may eventually go down as one of the best action movies ever made.
DarthEnder wrote:Great, now you tricked me into giving a click to some scumbag.
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