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Cast: Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Iain Glen, Alfie Allen, John Bradley, Conleth Hill, Aidan Gillen, Gwendoline Christie, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Jerome Flynn, Liam Cunningham, Rory McCann, Nathalie Emmanuel, Kristofer Hivju, Jacob Anderson, Gemma Whelan
Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama, Action & Adventure
Production: Home Box Office (HBO), Generator Entertainment, Television 360, Bighead Littlehead, Revolution Sun Studios
Keyword: #war #based on novel #kingdom #dragon #king #intrigue #fantasy world
For start to say that I watched all Mad Max movies in past, right as they started to show in cinemas. Most memorable was part 2 - theater was full, with people standing at sides. So, I watched Fury Road 2 days ago, and wrote review here, but now I feel need to edit it, add some thoughts. Because some things are more clear now, after some digesting and rewatching of Mad Max 2. I was surprised about that final tanker chase took only some 11-12 minutes. Funny is how human memory distorting things - as that chase was most impressive part, I thought that it was some half of movie time .
Fury Road involves tanker almost at very beginning, and it is present during whole movie/journey. So, my theory is that Miller wanted to develop (to say so) that part to the max. , with help of modern CGI, and of course much higher budget.
Even title is confirming it - Fury Road suits perfectly.
So focus is on road action scenes, which make about 70% of running time. At begin is some car-less action too, and we have some slower and shower parts too, for allowing audience to take breath and see something lovely among all that destruction. The plot is nothing deep, but that was not to expect. Basically, all happens around huge tanker vehicle, - as it was in Mad Max 2 finish. Actually, all before it was just some shallow story, all in purpose to lead to road action. Did not like that Max wearing that ridiculous TDKR mask too long time. Don't know was it just Miller's weird humor. Now, about what happens most time: action on road: absolutely spectacular and mad. Lot of kamikaze moves, over top huge vehicles, and inventive, spectacular stunts. Surely there is lot of CGI, and that's good, because no other way to achieve such level of destruction on screen. Although almost everything is over top, I never had feeling that some scene is unrealistic (as it was in many Die Hard, Fast and F. movies). Furious is maybe word what describes it best. Speed is not of essence, but matters a bit. This movie just made what most of action movies failed: managed to make some really original action scenes. What some ? A lot of them ! More than in 10 other action movies.
I think that it is result of smart approach. Instead going by scenario, they gone on thinkering out scenes on location self. According to main actress, shooting in Namibia took months, and they were instructed to be on shooting all time, even if scene with them was not planned. Maybe there will be interesting to see dropped scenes on Blue Ray ... (if it can fit on single disk :-) ).
For action blockbuster this is pure 10. But there are some weaker parts. like plot, some ridiculous things, fluids. Would say that this was first "road movie" in this road action franshize - they were basically on journey all time.
Sequel is inevitable. I hope that money hunger will not prevail, and that will not rush with it, even if director is in dino age. Good ideas need time.
The good: Very well made. Similar feel to the original films. I very much liked the subtle environmental message and plethora of powerful female characters (without being preachy), and found that truly original. All but a few side-show characters have visible vulnerability, which was again refreshing. Charlize Theron was very good, and I can understand why her character will be expanded upon in the following film. The action and machinery is, of course, epic, and reaches the level of art in of itself.The not so good: This is the worst performance I've seen from Tom Hardy. His accent is weird, which I suppose works from the point of view of audience ambiguity (which means more people will potentially identify with the film). However, he is too laconic/taciturn, and needed more dialogue. Can't