Taking place in a dystopian Australia in the near future, Mad Max tells the story of a highway patrolman cruising the squalid back roads that have become the breeding ground of criminals foraging for gasoline and scraps. When his wife and child meet a grisly end at the hands of a motorcycle gang, Max sets out across the barren wastelands in search of revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mad Max torrent reviews
Reini U (jp) wrote: Very entertaining paraguan(!) thriller, with mixed Wong-Kar Wai and Nueve Reinas elements
Saeed R (gb) wrote: This documentary checks off everything on the list of good documentaries. It has a clear argument, very real life examples of the dangers of fracking and points out the challenges we face for battling fracking.
Amy H (ag) wrote: Absolute pathetic horror movie! Wasted my time!
Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
Thomas Z (ag) wrote: real comedy , real issues ...written and acted out by great Miss Westfield !
Andrew T (au) wrote: Part spoof, party camp and part horror. This one covers alot of ground. Lots of fun.
Paul D (kr) wrote: Almost certainly better as a stage play, the best thing about it is the colourful lines from the supporting acts and bit parts.
Maxime V (gb) wrote: Black humor, thought-triggering sometimes ... a good film which stands out! Worth it! Plus, great performances by the entire cast!!!
Moss F (mx) wrote: Available on DVD in the US for the first time. DVD has some great documentaries about how the film was made. One key to getting the terrific skiing footage was to have Jalbert ski while holding a camera to get closeup shots of Redford as well as those "you are there" straight ahead pans while going downhill at 70mph. Roger Ebert said: " it is the best movie ever made about sports, without really being about sports at all." Read his review for more about this, referring to the film's portrayal of the main characters.
xmen x (fr) wrote: I have the collection of these two and I watch them often
Alejandro S (mx) wrote: Great comedy movie. The script is very funny and it's great to watch Lucille Ball along with the Marx Brothers!
Irvin C (ru) wrote: This film is a sort of re-imagining of the Gunfight at the OK Corral incident. Although it's not historically accurate, the film gives the story more complex emotional heft. It features stunning black and white cinematography, probably one of the best in a black and white Western. Correct me somebody if I'm wrong but this must have influenced Sergio Leone and spaghetti Westerns quite a bit since it almost feels like one. It is not my most favorite John Ford film but it's in the upper-tier for sure.
Christopher W (gb) wrote: I am a major supporter of indie films, and this one is one to see. I love the innovative ideas new directors are coming up with today to make new films, and this movie was shot and portrayed in a way I have never seen. A great physiological thriller, more so than a drama, that portrays the potential horrific realities of modern technology. Ratter does not attempt to teach you a lesson, or lecture you, merely share some true reality of horror and technology.