Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981) 4.93/5 (2)
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Rating: The Good – 90
Genre: Action
Duration: 94 mins
Director: George Miller
Stars: Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston

George Miller’s post-apocalyptic sequel picks up with the psychologically scarred Max after he takes the last of the V8 Interceptors deep into the Australian wasteland. A wasteland where life is ruled by a constant search for fuel and the desperate avoidance of the anarchic tribes bent on taking everything. The Road Warrior is quite possibly the most original and compelling post-apocalyptic film ever made as writer-director Miller dials up the action and Mel Gisbon responds with the performance of his career. As an action movie, it’s a startling achievement as Miller brings a thunderous and near crazed momentum to the desert roads with the end product being a searing and relentless white hot ball of road fury. The stunt choreography has never been bettered and the sense of foreboding and terror that comes with being an inhabitant in that world is palpable. Astonishing.

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