Mad Max (1979)
Set in a self-destructing world, Mad Max follows a vengeful Australian policeman, who is tired of his job, when he sets out across the barren wastelands in search of revenge after his wife and child meet a grisly end at the hands of a motorcycle gang.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
May 17, 2015 Its perhaps unjustified narrative shortcuts hardly seem to be much worth complaining about in the middle of its flawless action sequences.Read in Source
January 06, 2016 While it may not be as slick as Miller's other films featuring Gibson's iconic anti-hero, Mad Max still remains a timeless classic and one of the more remarkable films of its (or any) time.Read in Source
May 17, 2015 No imitation can compete with the grindhouse jaggedness of Miller's original pursuitRead in Source
May 30, 2007 Overnight, Mad Max went from being a U.S. cult hero to a mainstream figure, and Mel Gibson's place in the firmament was secured.Read in Source
New York Times
May 21, 2003 Mad Max is ugly and incoherent, and aimed, probably accurately, at the most uncritical of moviegoers.Read in Source
June 24, 2006 The tone sometimes wavers into self-parody, and there are occasional crude patches, but overall this edge-of-seat revenge movie marks the most exciting debut from an Australian director since Peter Weir.Read in Source
October 04, 2015 A solid and entertaining spectacle, filled with brilliantly staged action scenes and made all the more fascinating for its oracular indication of the age of bold movie science fiction that was to follow.Read in Source
May 30, 2007 Stunts themselves would be nothing without a filmmaker behind the camera and George Miller, a doctor and film buff making his first feature, shows he knows what cinema is all about.Read in Source
May 11, 2015 [The] film has been consigned to the grind houses, where audiences are responding as Miller wants them to. From there Mad Max will find its way to the film schools and revival houses, where its tough-gutted intelligence may be appreciated.Read in Source
May 30, 2007 Some of the most determinedly formalist filmmaking this side of Michael Snow.Read in Source
April 15, 2016 It's a tough little piece, just a little grimy, full of ambiance (love the crumbling sign over "Hall of Justice") and attitude and occasionally sparked by an inspired flourish.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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