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Mad Max - Fury Road

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posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 10:36 PM
Mad Max: Fury Road - Comic-Con First Look [HD]

Only the mad survive. 2015.

I can not wait to see this, I'm gonna have to watch Mel's again before I see this.

incase the embed didn't work it's id: akX3Is3qBpw

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posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 10:51 PM
a reply to: EvilBat

Always been a Road Warrior Fan myself.

posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 10:56 PM
I do want to see this but If mad max really wants to prove that hes the baddest of the bad at surviving post apocalyptic disasters his next movie needs to be called Mad Max: 8 mile road

posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:15 PM
a reply to: EvilBat

The original Road Warrior was amazing for its time. How they did some of those stunts, I have no clue...

posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:34 PM
I recently picked up a VHS copy of The Road Warrior. Been a huge fan since I first saw them, unfortunately, it was DUBBED! They dropped th Australian accents! It was absurd, I threw it away.

Anyway . . . Excited for this!

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 02:13 AM
I used to watch the mad max movies over and over when we were kids. We even had the board game with miniatures Road Warriors
I'm really looking forward to this movie. Its brought back some great child hood memories of all night sleep overs while watching mad max series back 2 back and playing the Road Warrior board game. Mint!

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 03:35 AM
Well, it looks a little too "Hollywoody" to me.

Still, I'm sure it will be okay, I guess.

They better keep the majority ( that is, all ) of the accents, Australian.

Oh, and none of those fake "American trying to do Australian" accents, either.

*** Just realised the chick at the end had an American accent. Bugger. ***

Those are just repulsive.
edit on RAmerica/ChicagoamMonday3735America/Chicago28 by Unrealised because: BUGGER!!

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 04:36 AM
looks like a rehash with cgi ,shame they find it hard to write completley new stuff,yeah lets ram another modern copy down there throats ,bit like total recall or robocop ,,still selling the same old stuff in a diffrent packet

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 05:31 AM

originally posted by: stuthealien
looks like a rehash with cgi ,shame they find it hard to write completley new stuff,yeah lets ram another modern copy down there throats ,bit like total recall or robocop ,,still selling the same old stuff in a diffrent packet

Well, it is the third book in the trilogy. After various accidents, they've had to move to CGI:

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 05:57 AM
a reply to: stormcell forgive me if im wrong but in the original i seem to recall the petrol tanker scene as shown in the above trailer .ah here it is original petrol tanker

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 06:18 AM
a reply to: EvilBat

Looks pretty good, although I'm not too sure about the time frame vs. the other three movies.

The Interceptor (Shown at the start of the trailer) was rolled and subsequently blown up in the Road Warrior, part 2.

They then did Beyond Thunderdome afterwards.

Pity about being filmed in Namibia though.

Looks like 2015 is shaping up to be the year for movies.

edit on 28/7/2014 by 74Templar because: (no reason given)

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 09:27 AM
It will be the same as the other modern remakes of classics , high on effects , short on story and a pale imitation of the original Mad Max movies.

I hope to be proved wrong but I doubt I will.

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 10:25 AM
a reply to: EvilBat

Saw the Trailor earlier on msn news.

I'm wondering if the Film will be the same without 'Mel Gibson'??

Possibly... the Trailor looks good anyway.

posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 11:01 AM

posted on May, 20 2015 @ 06:29 PM
This movie was Cool as Hell IMO. It was action from the very start and only slowed down when absolutely needed for a bit of dialog and plot. Other than that it was balls out action. Similar to the second movie this one revolves around a tanker only this time it's through the whole film. The vehicles have been stepped up even more and are truly Monster Machines like you can't imagine.

Very little CGI too. Which I'm glad to see because it needs to look and feel like the other movies with real stunts which it did. I'm a fan of the other films and this did not disappoint me at all. The new Max does a great job too. Very little talking and a whole lot of kicking @$$. The other characters were also great. Way out there as far as being brutal and mean with that steampunk kind of look and very respectful when keeping the same look and feel as the other movies.

I can't see any fan of the originals being disappointed with this. I'd be happy to see it again and most likely will just for the hell of it.

posted on May, 24 2015 @ 03:33 PM
Watched it a few days ago.
Oh my, that is how you make action movies!
Definitely worth the extra cash for the 3D version too.
I see a lot of films labeled as 'Thrill rides', but this definitely tops any that I've seen.
Post-apocalyptic films are one of my favorite genres, and going in the theater the little critic voice inside me said "I hope this at least has a meaningful story to tell", hell, it was silenced very soon as soon as the engines revved up.
I hope this is not spoiling it but the part in the first half of the movie when they enter the infernal sandstorm blew my socks off, and I thought that should have been left as a final set piece.
besides that, the visuals are great, costume and set design are amazing, reminiscing of some of my post-apocalyptic nightmares.
For a 3D movie this well done, Like mOjOm said, very little CGI, and a lot of real stunts and backgrounds, which is a lesson for other film makers in this day and age.
I have to say I didn't watch the original trilogy, but this is a mind blower if you are into fast paced car chases, (which the whole movie basically is).

posted on May, 25 2015 @ 01:26 PM
a reply to: EvilBat

Loved it! so good!

posted on May, 25 2015 @ 09:31 PM
Saw it tonight and have nothing but amazing things to say about it.
From the action to the acting to the creativity to the cinematography .
They basically took a 2 hour car chase and made it a highlight of movie watching over the past few years.

Thumbs up and even more thumbs up if you see it in 3d..

posted on May, 26 2015 @ 01:44 PM
Looks like I am the odd one out. I hated this movie. No explanation of who the characters are or why they do what they do. Who are the War Boys? Why are they all bald and white? We can all imagine I suppose, but I prefer such bizarre things in movies to have at least a little explanation. I guess I like a bit of back story when I watch movies.

Doof Warrior. Idiotic. Yes, I see why he was used in the war party, but this character was just something the writers thought would look cool and moviegoers would overlook how dumb it was. Judging by the people I overheard after the movie they were right.

The biggest problem with the movie is how the last 30 minutes made the first 90 minutes utterly pointless. I cannot say more without spoiling it for others, but yeah. I left the theatre thinking, "What was the point?"

posted on May, 26 2015 @ 06:07 PM
a reply to: InvisibleOwl

Are you familiar with the other films??? Road Warrior, Mad Max or even Thunderdome???

Only the fist of them "Mad Max" had much of a back story. Although for that film it was just "The Story" but was the back story from then on. I get the impression that it was written from that same perspective where having seen the other films was expected. But it doesn't matter much because there isn't a whole lot of story needed to understand what's happening. Max was a cop who's wife and child were killed by a Crazy motorcycle gang and he goes after them. It wasn't big on dialog even then because it came out of Australia plus not much dialog was needed to understand what was happening. The next movies just continued with his story only more post Apocalypse type setting.

I see what you're saying about not going in to detail about each character or even how things got to be the way they are, but some of it is so crazy I'm not sure how you'd explain some of it anyway. You kind of have to suspend reality and some things and allow for the fantastic world to just exist.

The characters you might think are dumb is another one of those things that make more sense in how unrealistic they are by understanding the whole series of movies. It's not trying to represent a realistic view but something almost comic book style and over the top.

I'm not sure why you say the last 30 minutes took away from the first part. It makes sense that they had two choices, either do what they did or continue on endlessly in to probable death in a wasteland.

Maybe it's just not your type of film. It's not a deep philosophy behind it or anything. It's good, pure, raw action with bad ass vehicle modifications and cool stunts. It would help if you saw the other films though, if you haven't already.

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