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Weapon X
Weapon X at 12:03 PM May 21

My favorite dwarf.

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Mad Max: Fury Road



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Directed by: George Miller
Written by: George Miller
Cast: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Zoe Kravitz, Nicholas Hoult, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, Courtney Eaton
Studio: Warner Bros.
Genre: Action, Adventure
Official Site:
Plot: In a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, two rebels just might be able to restore order: Max, a man of action and of few words, and Furiosa, a woman of action who is looking to make it back to her childhood homeland.

PROS:

+ great special effects/stunts
+ great makeup/props
+ great cinematography
+ really good 3D
+ well directed


CONS:

- Tom Hardy (I hate to say this because he's probably my favourite actor today, but he was just bad here. Half the time it felt like he was just phoning it in, and the other half like he didn't know what character he was, shifting from a terrible gravely growl low type voice to a few lines where he appears to have a British accent and then another instance where he almost has an Aussie accent. The character is written very poorly and it's such a shame he has so little to say/do but the confounding voice choices Hardy makes helps bring it down even more)
- the script (was there one? Now I love action movies, even movies thin on story or with silly stories... but I don't think I've seen a movie with less story than in this movie. I heard it was light on story, but didn't think it'd be this bare bones. Unfortunately the film really suffers for it because since there was no real story to get involved or interested in, I didn't feel nearly as interested in or excited by the action as I could have, as technically well done as it is. The lack of story didn't help much with the characters either, especially Max, though Theron and especially Hoult do real well with what they have)
- music (while there's a great theme piece in there there isn't much else, and the use of music or lack of music felt awkward at times, and a bit repetitive which is unfortunate because a through and through great score really could've helped this action packed movie)

Review:

OVERALL:

I was disappointed, though I am by no means calling it a bad movie. Maybe my expectations were just a bit too high but after seeing it, it works much better in the trailers than it does as a 2 hour action scene. The downfall is the lack of story and a weak Max and it's just such a shame because I was itching to love the hell out of this movie going into it. Still, it's technically impressive in terms of the effects and stunts, and is really nice to look at even in its few quieter moments. A bit OT: I'm also shocked the studio let this movie stay R-rated. It was barely R-rated and easily could've been made PG-13 ready with a few cuts that wouldn't affect much, and in turn open the film up to a much larger audience. Surprised they didn't). All in all I was expecting more than I got, so was pretty let down by this one.

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Other reviews of this film: KcMsterpce (9/10) , Kings-Rook1 (9/10) > Display all
sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 09:34 PM May 19

Good movie.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

Tom Hardy is the shit. Just watched The Drop AGAIN last night and now... finally... Mad Max: Fury Road today
Beauski
Beauski at 11:29 AM May 19

The biggest badass in the business.

Anakin
Anakin at 12:56 PM May 19

Hope you love it mate.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

watching The Incredible Hulk again and one thing they should've had in Avengers: Age of Ultron was a moment where Banner had to do some one-on-one combat with someone (as Banner, not transforming into the Hulk) because in TIH it shows how he trained really hard to 'keep his calm'/keep his heart rate down and it shows him training in some sort of martial arts, and then being able to take some people down with it in the opening parts of the movie... so the MCU's Banner isn't as wimpy as he seems in Avengers 1 and 2 really... would be cool to see a situation where they didn't want Hulk out, but Banner was forced into a situation where he had to take some bad guys out
grelber37
grelber37 at 05:21 AM May 18

You have a brilliant idea. It's true. Ruffalo's Banner does not want to transform in Age of Ultron. He might try to help the fight in Banner form instead of as Hulk. The audience would not expect him to fight back effectively as "puny Banner". Girlfriend Black Widow could have especially shown her man a few things (when not showing her man a few things, hubba-hubba).

JohnnyPHreak
JohnnyPHreak at 11:44 AM May 18

I agree this would have been awesome. But it seems Marvel really wants Banner to be the nerd scientist who has this other side when they go into action. I would have loved to see him go toe to toe as Banner when they didn't need him to Hulk out. That would be great to add more dimensions to his character.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

I know it may just be PR stuff but Steven Spielberg says he has a lot of faith in Colin Trevorrow and in how different and cool Jurassic Worl is going to be and that makes the optimist in me go "I mean, Steven Spielberg is Spielberg so why aren't we trusting him more?" though for some I guess MFC/movie goers stock in him has dropped a bit lately with Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (?), though personally I don't think that movie is near as horrible as some say, I dig it. Anyway after all the mixed word on JW since it's been previewed I mean... how bout we just have some faith in Spielberg, cause he is who he is
JohnnyPHreak
JohnnyPHreak at 11:47 AM May 18

I still have faith in Spielberg. I haven't lost much faith in him because of Indy 4. (Honestly blame Lucas more for that) But if he thinks Jurassic World is going to be fun and different then that's a huge plus for the film. I'm on the fence about the film from the previews. But am I going to a midnight screening of it? You damn right I am. This is one of those films I have planned for long in advance (The others being AoU, Fury Road, Spectre & Force Awakens)

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Ex Machina was really really good! Even if at the end of the movie there was a bit of a reversal, I realized I wasn't cheering for the 'good guy' anymore and instead felt it more logical to cheer for the 'bad guy' but that changeup isn't really a flaw, just makes it more unique and less generic I think. The only thing that really held the movie back was one giant plothole at the end regarding *minor spoilers follow* the bit with the helicopter
Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 08:54 PM May 18

I'll most likely see it tomorrow afternoon finally.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

Chappie was great! Blomkamp totally made up for Elysium with it. I want that sequel asap!
YoshioKun13
YoshioKun13 at 05:03 AM May 15

Good to know, I still look forward to finally checking it out.

I...I, still don't wish to see Blomkamp touch ALIEN.

grelber37
grelber37 at 01:14 PM May 15

Chappie hits video in mid-June. Apparently, a person had better check it out. This film looks like a more mature companion piece to Short Circuit and Real Steel.

Glinda
Glinda at 09:07 PM May 15

Great to hear! Looking forward to this once it comes out in vid.

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 8 days ago

worst trailer ever? lol

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4D1Tisy6ls

Johnboy16
Johnboy16 at 10:54 PM May 14

That's what you always need in a trailer an auto tuned pop power ballad

Weapon X
Weapon X at 10:56 PM May 14

It was fine till it started giving away the whole movie and then turned into a Michael Bay music video.

Cochise
Cochise at 11:03 PM May 14

@Johnboy - it should've been in the movie! lol

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

hopefully seeing Avengers 2 tonight!
Glinda
Glinda at 08:34 PM May 13

Have fun! I hope you love it.

timmyd
timmyd at 09:26 PM May 13

atta boy . enjoy.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

Anakin
Anakin at 03:41 AM May 12

hahahah

LelekPL
LelekPL at 06:26 PM May 12

this is fantastic hehehe

Johnboy16
Johnboy16 at 11:31 PM May 12

LMAO Brilliant!

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 15 days ago

Conan O'Brien: Clueless Gamer (The Witcher III)

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfjLRuE1CLw

Glinda
Glinda at 06:50 PM May 08

Lol I love these even though I'm as clueless as Conan and rarely "get" the joke since I'm not a gamer, but they're still hilarious.

"Okay, if she's naked I'll call her whatever she wants to be called." Lol

"Yenniferrrrr!"

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:57 PM May 08

omggg the clueless gamer videos are gold

Cochise updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

where is Midway City from Suicide Squad being shot? And is it supposed to be a city in Canada because my god I couldn't even tell... lol only thing missing is a Timmies
Laksmikanti
Laksmikanti at 06:21 AM May 09

Elder Predator was actually planing to visit the set, hit a message to him, so he certainly knows.

Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 01:22 PM May 09

Midway City is known in the comic book world as the home of Hawkman (and was supposed to be somwhere in Michigan according to "Amazing World of DC Comics")...but it was also the home of the Doom Patrol in the late 1970s/early 1980s (yeah, Robotman, Elastigirl, Negative Man and the Chief).

Glad to see more DC Cities coming in the movies and TV shows.

Cochise
Cochise at 09:49 PM May 09

^ thanks for the info! Just saw on another site that they're actually filming in Toronto so that makes the picture make sense now. Though I'd imagine they'll remove all those logos in post or not actually have a shot of that building

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

watched part of The Drop again last night and while I really dug it on a first watch I agree with what Glinda said earlier -- it's even better on the second. And wow yeah honestly I think Tom Hardy might just be my favourite actor of all time. It's like every movie I've seen him in he changes his voice or mannerisms in such a unique way that no character of his ever seems the same. They all seem totally unique and totally different, I love it
Frosty_86
Frosty_86 at 10:08 AM May 08

I watched this a few weeks back and found it excellent, glad it holds up. I was actually kind of worried that it wouldn't. Although Lehane adaptations always seem to improve upon multiple viewings, so I really don't know why I was worried. I think his source works allow actors and directors a lot of ways to tackle the material and explore different themes. I think Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone are perfect examples of that. The source material and films turn out to be on a higher level than your typical crime drama/mystery.
As for Hardy, the guy is amazing. His work ethic alone is something to respect. He can never be accused of playing the same character twice. I don't know if he ever goes full-on method but it definitely seems like he disappears in to his characters when he's on screen. He has a quality that makes him character actor-like yet he is also all leading man. In summary he may be the best actor working right now.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:29 PM May 08

Gonna have to take a look at this one.

Glinda
Glinda at 04:14 PM May 08

I'm so glad you loved it even more on second watch. It's such a great little movie and so much more to it than it seems on the outside. I think that's why it improves on repeat viewings.

I'm with you, when I really think about it he's fast becoming my favorite actor as well. He completely becomes every character he plays so effortlessly and he can play anything! There's really no role I can't picture him being able to pull off. Hell if they want to remake Tootsie and put him in the lead I'd know he could do it. Rainman? Bring him on. Clifford the dog? he could pull it off. Any kind of action, comedy, drama or love story.

Yep I love the guy. ❤

Cochise updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

god damn I kind of wish NBC had dropped Hannibal so that Netflix could pick it up and then this summer we could just get all 13 episodes at once and binge watch that shit. Also I just saw the trailer for season 3 and *minor spoilers follow* holy craaap I totally thought after the season 2 finale that that meant that WG was done! That actually bummed me out, stoked to see he'll be back! And it looks like from all I see and read that S3 will basically be Red Dragon for the most part, cool! Thorin's hungry for elves...
ericodarko
ericodarko at 12:31 AM May 08

I can't wait for season 3. Red Dragon is such an awesome character (and Armitage is going to be great as him). Also, WG can't be done if they're bringing RD into the storyline.

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