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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Review of all versions of the movie (4K, 3D, BW)

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    Mike
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    I'll start off by saying I love the movie -- it's a fun movie with a lot of great cinematography and over-the-top action scenes. This review focuses more on the different versions of the film: Having bought the Blu-Ray, Black & Chrome set & Blu-Ray 3D previously, I wanted to see what the 4K experience was like. Blu-Ray: Looks great. Sounds great. Overall very good experience. Black & Chrome set: Definitely recommended; includes both the original blu-ray and a black & white version which is a totally different experience. Not the same as just lowering the color on your TV.. this one really "shines" (no pun intended). Even after watching the normal version several times, this felt like a totally new movie. 3D: Again, a totally unique experience that was a lot of fun. Good 3D popout and depth.. Alongside the Black and Chrome version, this is tied for my favorite version of the film. Also includes the 2D Blu-Ray. 4K: And here's where I was disappointed. I have a high-end UHD Player (Oppo 203), high-end 4K OLED (LG 65c6p) and was excited for it. Unfortunately.. it didn't deliver. In fact, parts even look worse. The film is slightly re-colored using the HDR toning (apparently this was done from the original master rather than the same as the previous releases). Beyond that, CGI becomes very noticeable (stuff that looked real in all the other versions looked very fake in this one; the fire, backgrounds and more all looked pretty bad and stood out). The film is also very noisy; apparently this was part of the original effect, but the 4K significantly enhances it and it doesn't look good. Lastly, the overall increase in sharpness isn't as significant as you would like. I will say that the first few chapters were significantly worse than the later chapters and I don't know why. Of all the versions I've watched, the 4K was the least impressive. I went in with mixed expections on what to expect (some reviews are very positive, others very poor) and unfortunately wasn't impressed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Exceeds High Expectations...One of the Best

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    Absolutely loved this movie. It's the closest any film has ever come to being non-stop action. While that may turn some people away, it's good to know that even though there is so much action in this movie, it does not slight on character. The story isn't much, but is more than enough to propel this movie forward. I love visual storytelling and this is the absolute best example of that. You get to know the characters and their motivations by what they do, not by them simply telling you everything. Director George Miller literally drops you into this world and doesn't take the time to explain a single thing (also brilliant) and just brings you into this experience, letting it wash over you. While Max may not be the real star of the film, he is terrific in the role and does the original trilogy justice in portraying him as a tortured man, obviously reeling from the death of his family, as well as many others he could not save. Charlize Theron gives my favorite performance of hers in what will be up there as the best of feminine heroines like Ripley from the Alien series. This is really Furiosa's story, but her and Max's mostly unspoken bond & respect is a real highlight of the film. It comes through in their actions based on each side out of the necessity in order to survive. When I think about the Mad Max series, I think about the finale of the Road Warrior and how I had never seen anything like it before. This entire film feels like that. It's intense, daring, and has a lot of weight to it because of the lack of CGI. I also have to give a shout out to the music in this film because I feel it's difficult to effectively score an action film. However, Junkie XL really knows how to keep the blood pumping throughout. He's does a great job with the loud, bumping action beats -- as well as the more tender and quiet moments. Fury Road is one of those movies I will never get tired of watching. I would love to see Miller & Tom Hardy come back for a couple more movies because I love this world and I love these crazy characters....but I honestly don't know how they could top this. Easily the best film of the year, and one of my favorites of all time.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Review of all versions of the movie (4K, 3D, BW)

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    Mike
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    I'll start off by saying I love the movie -- it's a fun movie with a lot of great cinematography and over-the-top action scenes. This review focuses more on the different versions of the film: Having bought the Blu-Ray, Black & Chrome set & Blu-Ray 3D previously, I wanted to see what the 4K experience was like. Blu-Ray: Looks great. Sounds great. Overall very good experience. Black & Chrome set: Definitely recommended; includes both the original blu-ray and a black & white version which is a totally different experience. Not the same as just lowering the color on your TV.. this one really "shines" (no pun intended). Even after watching the normal version several times, this felt like a totally new movie. 3D: Again, a totally unique experience that was a lot of fun. Good 3D popout and depth.. Alongside the Black and Chrome version, this is tied for my favorite version of the film. Also includes the 2D Blu-Ray. 4K: And here's where I was disappointed. I have a high-end UHD Player (Oppo 203), high-end 4K OLED (LG 65c6p) and was excited for it. Unfortunately.. it didn't deliver. In fact, parts even look worse. The film is slightly re-colored using the HDR toning (apparently this was done from the original master rather than the same as the previous releases). Beyond that, CGI becomes very noticeable (stuff that looked real in all the other versions looked very fake in this one; the fire, backgrounds and more all looked pretty bad and stood out). The film is also very noisy; apparently this was part of the original effect, but the 4K significantly enhances it and it doesn't look good. Lastly, the overall increase in sharpness isn't as significant as you would like. I will say that the first few chapters were significantly worse than the later chapters and I don't know why. Of all the versions I've watched, the 4K was the least impressive. I went in with mixed expections on what to expect (some reviews are very positive, others very poor) and unfortunately wasn't impressed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Mind Blown!

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    Brad
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    Wow what a movie, George Miller (like a fine wine) has perfected his craft over all the years the Mad Max franchise has been left untouched, and 'Fury Road' may well be his Magnum Opus. I didn't really know what I was watching, or what to expect, all I know is I liked it! From start to finish, this movie is one non-stop, action-packed, explosive (literally) chase that barely gives the viewer a moment to catch their breathe. That's not to say it only appeals to the mindless popcorn flick fans, as there is much more going on, but 'Fury Road' is a little light on expository dialogue. And that's perfectly fine! For those interested in the philosophical themes and implications of the film, look no further than the classic tale of the oppressed being freed and getting revenge on their tormentors. Furiosa is a strong lead character in an era when Hollywood pushes for strong female characters but often fails. You just wait for Charlize Theron's Best Lead or Supporting Actress Oscar Nomination. The titular character Max does play second fiddle to Furiosa, but that shouldn't detract from your enjoyment of this masterpiece in any way. *SPOILERS* As for the 'wow moment' when I was really sold on 'Fury Road': Mauraders are pole vaulting over Furiosa's war rig, dropping fire bombs onto the engine compartment. The front end of her vehicle goes up in flames and we think all is lost for our heroes when the booming overture comes in. Furiosa pulls a lever and drops the 'scoop' on her war rig's front end into the desert sand. This kicks up a huge cloud of dirt and sand, covering the front end of the vehicle, and putting out the fires as the overture continues increase in volume and our heroes escape unscathed. If that doesn't make you want to watch 'Fury Road', I don't know what will.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Exquisitely Chaotic and Brutal

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    The Mad Max series is finally enjoying a long awaited (30 years!) return to form (or is it?). Fury Road brings our titular hero back into the spotlight where he deserves to be. This time around Mel Gibson has been replaced with fan favorite actor Tom Hardy (Inception, Warrior, The Dark Knight Rises). Not only was Hardy a perfect cast from the aesthetic standpoint (looks very much like a younger Mel Gibson in the movie) but the way he plays the character makes it feel like he's been doing it forever. The supporting cast was anything but lost in this one. In fact many people will say they stole the show (mostly because of Hardy's more limited role). Theron turns in an excellent performance as the Imperator Furiosa and raises the bar of the female hero almost to the levels of Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley from the Alien movies. Nicholas Hoult (Google him) plays someone that hardly resembles him or anything else he's done and does a great job making you feel conflicted about his character Nux. Chaotic and brutal, those are the two most defining words to describe this movie. The action in this film is so intense and so constant the minutes in between scenes where it slows down (albeit with an uneasy tension) are just enough for you to catch your breath. Don't be fooled by the extravagantly improbable scenes. Most of which you see in this film was ACTUALLY done (not CGI). Many, if not all of the race scenes are all done with professional drivers and stunt people, making the movie just that much more incredible George Miller (who also directed the first 3 movies) returns to re-create his dry and desolate world and fill it with vile villains and heroic heroes. This is Mad Max for the new era.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    five stars

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    NYCUBAN212
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    The Mad Max series is finally enjoying a long awaited (30 years!) return to form (or is it?). Fury Road brings our titular hero back into the spotlight where he deserves to be. This time around Mel Gibson has been replaced with fan favorite actor Tom Hardy (Inception, Warrior, The Dark Knight Rises). Not only was Hardy a perfect cast from the aesthetic standpoint (looks very much like a younger Mel Gibson in the movie) but the way he plays the character makes it feel like he's been doing it forever. The supporting cast was anything but lost in this one. In fact many people will say they stole the show (mostly because of Hardy's more limited role). Theron turns in an excellent performance as the Imperator Furiosa and raises the bar of the female hero almost to the levels of Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley from the Alien movies. Nicholas Hoult (Google him) plays someone that hardly resembles him or anything else he's done and does a great job making you feel conflicted about his character Nux. Chaotic and brutal, those are the two most defining words to describe this movie. The action in this film is so intense and so constant the minutes in between scenes where it slows down (albeit with an uneasy tension) are just enough for you to catch your breath. Don't be fooled by the extravagantly improbable scenes. Most of which you see in this film was ACTUALLY done (not CGI). Many, if not all of the race scenes are all done with professional drivers and stunt people, making the movie just that much more incredible George Miller (who also directed the first 3 movies) returns to re-create his dry and desolate world and fill it with vile villains and heroic heroes. This is Mad Max for the new era

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Diamond In The Rough

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    Audiolvr
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    This was the best kind of find for me. I had heard no buzz about the movie and caught a sneak preview when it was On-Demand by chance, then was blow away by how enjoyable the movie was. I later read that the movie was filmed in 3-d so I picked it up on 3-d bluray. The 3-d is extremely effective at adding perspective to the non stop action, but does not resort to gimmicky effects which would probably end up causing fatigue in a movie which is essentially one long chase seen. I have not seen the UHD version of the film but even in 3-d bluray all of the textural elements are razor sharp, especially the desert which is a constant backdrop for the film. In fact the landscape almost acts as another character in this film, always working against the heroes. I think my favorite thing about this movie is the way that the eyes tell each characters emotional back story and stand in sharp contrast to the bleak backdrop. In fact, in a movie with so little dialog, we really care what happens to these people and feel empathy for them. Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy do a great job of squeezing the most out of roles without a lot lines to chew on. It's not brain surgery but as far as action movies go it's right up there amongst the best of them. It definitely takes the 80's Mad Max films up a very big notch. In a movie with so many bizarre and reprehensible characters in it, it all seems to make perfect sense and fits into this post appocolyptic world where normal life is left way in the rear view mirror. Highly recommended when you want to put the pedal to the floor and hold it there for a couple hours!

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    So shiny! So chrome!

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    Mad Max is legend as a film icon and a monument to world building ambition. From the first film, Miller was creating a much larger concept and limited only by budget and practicality. Modern filmmaking techniques and materials have finally made Miller's vision a reality. As a film, Fury Road excels. It is, in a word, Art. Magnificent cinematography makes every moment Worthy of framing as a print. Miller's devotion to practically driven effects lends an abiding realism to every inch of the film. The ludicrous customized vehicles still impress and fascinate, and multiple viewings lead to another new discovery of extra detail worked into each. The soundtrack by Junkie XL was frenetic, grand, and morose, completely apropos to the moment. It sounded closer to the work of icons like Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman than you would expect from an artist much better known for electronic dance music. The characterization of even the smallest role, through costuming, dialogue jargon, and even body language, makes each standout. Tom Hardy plays a very understated Max, in the unenviable position of walking in Mel Gibson's shoes, and exudes the air of a once comfortable and loved family dog gone just this side of feral. Charlize Theron's Furiosa is a female action hero worthy of the company of Sigorney Weaver's Ripley, a character with a depth and nobility that is compelling and intriguing. Together they combine into an immersive and completely coherent whole. All too often when a director revisits his earlier material it tends to go wrong (the Star Wars prequels, Prometheus) instead of right. This has gone right.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    This is a great movie.

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    koan /'kōän/ noun A paradoxical anecdote or riddle, used in Zen Buddhism to demonstrate the inadequacy of logical reasoning and to provoke enlightenment. From Japanese, literally 'matter for public thought', from Chinese gōngàn 'official business'. (OED) ----------- the paradox: Last night I dreamt I was lying in bed wide awake, unable to sleep. the inadequacy of logical reasoning: It seemed odd, not being able to sleep, as I was indeed sleepy, relaxed, and in a good mood. I started to turn over, but thought no, don't toss - that will just irritate and drive sleep further away. Sometimes with an ear scrunched into a pillow a certain way I can sort of hear my heartbeat. One trick I have for falling asleep is to make up a short tone poem in quarter-time to my heartbeat and repeat it, like an instrumental mantra. I tried to listen to the music. the enlightenment: After a while I noticed the dim light falling on my eyelids wasn't coming from the direction of the window. As a last resort I decided to open my eyes. I wasn't in the bedroom. I had fallen asleep on the living room couch watching a DVD. The movie was over and was now cycling in top menu mode; the looping music was the somber, insistent drumming motif of Mad Max: Fury Road, decidedly not sleep-inducing. I had thoroughly enjoyed the film so much I had immediately started to watch it again. the matter for public thought: This is a great movie. It's right up there with Kill Bill. YMMV, - Spencerious

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Mad max fury road blu-ray release is fantastic.

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    Mad Max Fury Road Blu-ray Review. Movie 5/5 I love mad max fury road, it's one of my favorite movies of all time and its one of the best action movies of all time. It's got incredible visuals and spectacular action scenes with great character depth and its all done with visuals and same with the story of the film. Picture quality 5/5 The picture quality for this film is so good, the colors Orange and blue just pop right at you. And the picture quality is worth the price of the purchase alone. So I can not praise the picture quality enough. Audio quality 5/5 The audio for this blu-ray release is also fantastic and very well done. The sound is big loud and booming its just so cool to listing to. The dialogue for this blu-ray release is crystal clear. Special features 4/5 The special features are great and very interesting. But my only problem with the special features is there is no audio commentary track, which I was disappointed by but whatever review what I got not what you want. Overall score and should you buy it or not/recommendation. 4.5/5 So overall the mad max fury road blu-ray is great and its got eye popping visuals and great action that's a must see for every mad max fan and everyone in general. Thanks for reading and take care.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    George Miller's Masterpiece

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    The film that started a franchise. George Miller's masterpiece. Made on a shoestring budget using actual bikers, his own car, and many unknown cast members, including a young Mel Gibson. Mad Max is a thrill ride with only short pauses in the action so you can catch your breath! Miller's use of cameras attached to vehicles give the audience an incredible perspective of speed. A technique that has been used by directors in action movies ever since. I loved this movie when I saw it as teenager and later when I bought my first motorcycle, it was a Kawasaki. The sequels are probably better films overall, but this one launched the series. I have been a fan of Mel Gibson and George Miller ever since. If you get the DVD, you can switch between the dubbed 'American' version and the original 'Australian" version. The US distribution company didn't think American audiences would understand the Aussie accents, so they hired voiceover artists from Speed Racer! Captain Fifi Macaffy as Pops!! For years, that was the only version we could get in the US. It wasn't until the DVD was produced could we get the original sound.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The best sci-fi movie of 2015

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    Mad Max is a classic series. It ranks pretty high amongst my favorite movie franchises. Before this was released in theaters, I was a little concerned because I hadn't seem much promotion for the movie. At least, not as much as your average blockbuster film sees. But it actually turned out to be the best action and sci-fi movie of the year. The cinematography is excellent—they made use of a lot of different classic film techniques (which have unfortunately fallen out of use), used a variety of different filters, and used CGI very sparsely. They used practical effects wherever they could. All of the vehicles in the movie are actually real—which is really incredible. The cast is also really good. Charlize Theron is great as Furiosa, and Tom Hardy plays a great Max. Furiosa really steals the show though; ultimately this is her story, and Max is there for the ride. That's not to say Max is sidelined or anything—the focus just isn't on him. The movie flows well, and is full of amazing set pieces. The action scenes in this movie are some of the best I've seen in a long time. If you enjoy adventure/action/sci-fi movies, or loved the old Mad Max movies, you should definitely check this out.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great movie with immersive 3D

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    In the past I have avoided seeing a movie in 3D if it was not filmed in 3D (I am looking at you, Clash of the Titans!) However it seems like the effects houses have gotten this figured out, both The Force Awakens and Mad Max Fury Road are excellent 3D titles and neither were shot in 3D. I won't get into a movie review too much, but I thought Fury Road was a worth addition to the Mad Max story. I was not wild about Tom Hardy's interpretation of Max (I really wish Mel Gibson hadn't gone nuts and could have done this film) but the new characters are engaging and the action is top notch. Both the desolation of the open spaces and the closeness of the interior environments are improved by the 3D. Apart from the absurd steering wheel that flies right at the screen the film is devoid of effects that draw attention to themselves. In defense of the 3D version that steering wheel gag is just as distractingand annoying in 2D. If you like the franchise you will like this movie. If you like this movie you will enjoy the extra value of the 3D version.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Furiosa's Road Warrior

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    While Mad Max may be the title character, Fury Road is very much Furiosa's film. Charlize Theron shows that she can be as tough and strong a figure as anyone that has graced the silver screen. Beautiful, funny, and a marvelous actress, is there anything this woman cannot pull off? Tom Hardy does a good job taking on the role of Mad Max, but there really is not much for him to do in the film in terms of acting. His lines barely are much more than a grunt, and he rarely is ever the focus of the film. Nicholas Hoult is much more noticeable as the the War Boy, Nux. Hoult provides a very good supporting performance that really demonstrates how Immortan Joe has shaped his army. Now the real standout of this film is the beautiful simplicity of the action. This film could be seen as a 90 minute car chase that is engaging from beginning to end. From the amazing practical FX to the crazy car designs this is an amazingly well crafted film. This film definitely is among the best of 2015, and will likely stand up as one of the all time great car-action films.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Buy's Mad Max Fury Road steelbook - HOT!

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    When I first heard about an exclusive steelbook for Mad Max Fury Road coming out from Best Buy, I did a back flip. But then I found out that the steelbook edition only included the 2D blu-ray -- the 3D blu-ray wasn't getting any special treatment from Best Buy at all. I ended up buying the 3D blu-ray separately from amazon, but I still purchased Best Buy's 2D blu-ray steelbook anyway -- and I am glad that I did. Best Buy's Mad Max Fury Road steelbook is a work of art. I love the design and it turned out to be a popular collectible edition that one could ONLY get from Best Buy. In fact, Best Buy has been releasing quite a few exclusives lately, and I love nearly all of them -- especially steelbooks. Thank you Best Buy and please keep up the great work releasing collectible special editions of popular blu-ray movie releases. One word of advice: please make sure you make enough to go around. Often times theses special edition steelbooks sell out within minutes -- and many people end up missing out.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best movie of 2015

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    Even though it won 6 Oscars, I still feel this deserved all 10. To me, everything in this film is perfect. In an age of overdone CGI, abundant exposition, and choppy editing...along comes a 71 year-old director to show everyone how it's done. The picture is gorgeous. The action intense, creative, and clear. The story simple yet dripping with nuance and heart. A lot of people dismiss this film because it has so little dialogue. Director George Miller has always been a visual director, and he's made his masterpiece here. This is a showcase of storytelling-thru-action. If it were a silent film, you could still enjoy it. Tom Hardy is great here as Max (filling in for Mel Gibson) and Charlize Theron gets her best role in over a decade here as the iconic Furiosa. I love every minute of this film and it currently sits #11 on my favorite films of all time...something I literally never expected. I would ask everyone to give this film a chance, because there's truly never been anything like it

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    VROOM VROOOOOOOM

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    Far superior than the "color" version as sometimes the saturated colors just became annoying., the deep richness of the "chrome" black and white creates far better tension and moods throughout the bleak landscapes making this truly a black and white classic, rather than just a overblown, Hollywood summer special effects blockbuster! Having seen the color version where certain "colored" elements were cleaver fully done and unique in the story I still believe you will be in for a glorious tale that will relay heavily on story and characters rather than sometimes glaring visual effects., I've heard a lot of people mention there is no story but yes there is when you get into the rhythm of the action the storyline rides with it equally.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    MAD MAX!!

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    Mad Max is an Australian dystopian action multi-media franchise created by George Miller and Byron Kennedy. It began in 1979 with Mad Max, and was followed by three films: Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981), Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985) and Mad Max: Fury Road (2015). Mel Gibson starred in the first three films and Tom Hardy took over the titular role in the fourth film. The series follows the adventures of Max Rockatansky, a police officer of the Main Force Patrol in a future Australia whose civilization is rapidly collapsing due to war and critical resource shortages. When his wife and child are murdered by a vicious biker gang, Max kills them in revenge and becomes a drifting loner. As Australia degenerates further into barbarity, this skilled warrior of the road finds himself helping pockets of civilization initially for his own self-interest, but his motives always drift into more idealistic ones.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Epic

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    I have been a metal gear solid fan ever since I played the first one on the playstation one, I've played all of the series except for 2 of them, one on original nintendo and the other on psp called peace walker, I have put probably 9 hours into it and I am loving it graphics are amazing, story is great so far, online servers have been undergoing maintenance so I'm not sure about the online side of it, but the game is massive it's completely open world you can customize your character, horse etc., I haven't been able to put it down since I got it, pushing my nights of required sleep to the minimum, all in all a must own game, collectors edition comes with some dlc a map, steel book case which looks amazing and a half scale replica of big bosses prosthetic arm, made of plastic instead of metal only downside, I recommend the game to anyone , collectors edition only to those of the true fan of the game.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    His name is Max

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    As long as I can remember Mad Max has always been my go to character. Whether it was to clean up the outback wasteland or a battle to the death. I can always count on Mad Max to be there to entertain me and my family, to ensure that we got the best quality for our money. Even when that meant paying a little bit extra for said movie quality. But again cost is a small price to play for a brand that has never let me or my family down. You could say we're Mad Max people for life, now with that being said. I'm not a fan of the extra add on rotten tomatoes sticker. It's annoying to have to try and remove said sticker, which sometimes damages the structural integrity of the cover. You get the full effect of frustration for damage to the product. Also it doesn't help when you're collection is full of pristine covers and you have a tear in one of them

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