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Mad Max: Fury Road [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy] (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Sept. 1 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 259 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00X8GPQAW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Mad Max 4: Fury Road (BIL/Blu-ray DIGITAL HD +DVD+ UltraViolet Combo Pack)

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By MDK on July 28 2016
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
It's okay, entertaining for sure. Kinda stupid story line. If your thinking it's going to be like Road Warrior or the original Mad Max. NO it's not. They should have stuck with the original speedsters that were in the first one and second one. I'll be surprised if there is another.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Physical product, audio and video quality is fantastic. It gives a home theater an impressive workout.
In regards to the film itself, it's pure action entertainment. I have a hard time giving any movie a five as it's subjective for everyone but I recommend it for anyone not expecting anything more than enjoying 2 hours of pure motorized mayhem. If you want a deep plot that challenges your mind, look elsewhere. It delivers what it promised and that is pure mindless distraction for those times you just need it.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I found the lack of character development especially refreshing and let me explain why.
Too many movies pound you with formulated storylines, making them so predicable that all you need to do is change the faces and roll out another "blockbuster".
As in life we don't always glim into the backstory a person may be wearing and we don't always know the motivation a person has for doing the things that they do.
Todays movies seem to lay out everything for you so that there is no guess work, no speculation and no misinterpretation of what is happing on film. They hammer the obvious until a four year old can follow the movie, and don't give credit to the viewers that they can figure it out what is going on by themselves. I find this to be so boring.
In spite of the lack of plot I had a great time just watching this cinematic wonder. Thanks for the ride!
Non stop action from start to end!
Recommend.
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Format: Blu-ray
A action masterpiece that doesn't waste a single minute. There are the odd quiet moments but they seem engineered perfectly to give you a moment to catch your breath, in addition to some well written tightly focused exposition. The choreography, the timing, the pace, the sound track, the performances, the background, the setting...it all comes together perfectly. It's like the ultimate roller coaster ride.

Without giving much away, Nicholas Hoult is the shining star of this movie. He is almost unrecognizable as the crazed, brainwashed Warboy Nux. Nux is a surprising departure from his usual roles. This Warboy rides in like hell on wheels and delivers the best lines of this movie. It might be a stretch, but if he gets a supporting actor nomination at the Oscars, IMHO it will be well deserved.
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Format: Blu-ray
In the future, the world is an industrialized labor intensive oligarchy. Women are used as "breeders." Furiosa (Charlize Theron) whose name sounds like a Harry Potter spell, absconds with a group of women and heads east toward "the green land." She is pursued and confronted and that is basically the story in a nutshell. Mad Max (Tom Hardy) who can't recall his name, becomes a prisoner, universal donor, hood ornament, fighter, ideas man, and a fuel injector. His lack of dialogue made him a rather boring character and when he spoke, they weren't gems like other little speaking characters..."I'll be back."

In spite of the limited personality of the title character, the rest of the film is action packed as goes the Hollywood remake trend to please the younger audiences who prefer video game action over an involved plot. The left has proclaimed this a "feminist" film due to the role of Theron as a leader rebelling against the order and will of men. There may be a message there somewhere within the recess of what amounts to a shallow popcorn film, but I didn't desire to think that deep.

The action is almost non-stop. This would have an appeal to those who love monster trucks, dirt bikes, pretty girls, and demolition derbies.

Now at one point, there is a discussion of traveling in one direction for 160 days on bike. Assuming they ride a modest 500 miles a day, they could circle the globe 3 times (proper land bridges) yet they...

Break out the popcorn.

Guide: I caught 2 quick F-bombs. No sex. Wet tops. Distant rear nudity. Not much in blood and gore, mostly vehicle crashes and explosions. 4 1/2 stars
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Format: DVD
I took a chance on seeing Mad Max; Fury Road because my husband wanted to see this film. Fortunately, the movie turned out to be a bargain and well worth it (the location and timing when we saw the movie allowed us to see it at a discount). As many know, Mad Max Fury Road stars a multiple number of today’s popular actors/actresses (Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult and many additional well-known celebrities). The movie features a group of women banding together to get away from a very tyrannical leader. Two of the men end up becoming a significant part of the female entourage with dramatic results. The movie does center very much on the dystopian side, yet paints a powerful message of the amazing things that can happen when people unite together for a similar cause.
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Format: Blu-ray
I accept that people have individual opinions about movies, but if you didn’t like this movie, I suspect you had some sort of vendetta going in. It was fun. The characters weren’t caricatures, they felt like real people. The chases and action were amazing. I’m looking forward to this release so I can see it again at home. Given the general decline in movie quality over the last few years, I feel like this sets the bar high again.
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