Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

Max Rockatansky returns as the heroic loner who drives the dusty roads of a postapocalyptic Australian Outback in an unending search for gasoline. Arrayed against him and the other scraggly defendants of a fuel-depot encampment are the bizarre warriors commanded by the charismatic Lord Humungus, a violent leader whose scruples are as barren as the surrounding landscape.

Several years after the deaths of his wife and child, Max has become an alienated nomad, wandering an Australian outback that has fallen into tribal warfare conducted from scattered armed camps, helping a community of survivors living in a gasoline refinery to defend them and their gasoline supplies from evil barbarian warriors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior torrent reviews

Jay W (nl) wrote: Being from Philadelphia I have always seen these titles around and wondered what they meant. Great doc that answered my question and interesting to understand that what we the views may perceive as art may not have been the creators intention. Good job.

David S (it) wrote: A road movie by definition but this one is a little more interesting to me because takes place on iran/irak an got some politics in the mix with bits of drama, comedy and surrealism.MAMOO!! MAMO!!

Jacquelyn A (mx) wrote: Worst movie ever! Can someone explain to me what the point was?! This plot has absolutely no substance, and the acting was sub par, at best.

Private U (ru) wrote: "Roman de Gare" is French for "thriller with a twist".

Dickie L (it) wrote: A typically randy offering from Bigas Luna, although props to him for not going totally soft porn like he often does.The film has a kickin soundtrack and plenty of colour and movement. The characters aren't especially interesting, and neither is anything that happens to them. Its a vaguely pleasant, unremarkable experience.

Paul D (nl) wrote: This is worth seeing just for Ben Affleck's performance alone! It's great to see him in the Superman outfit as well! While the movie itself is too long and gets boring from time to time, rest assured knowing that whenever Affleck appears on screen, the film gets better.


Spookie M (gb) wrote: Routine thriller lacking any real thrills. Not one of Norris' finest. He does sport some cool shades though!

Daryl D (it) wrote: Very Almodovar! If you aren't into older movies then this movie is not for you! I loved it, was amazed everytime the nun was doing drugs! Oh and the nun on acid, hilarious!

Nick A (us) wrote: The acting in L'enfance nue is atrocious -- laughable line readings, improper timing -- but the story is so true and vulnerable in its starkness that the film stands today as one of the best ventures of Pialat's enlightened career.

Quincy T (it) wrote: A small town, bizarre ritual, secrets amongst neighbor and no internet. Scary stuff. Moving can be tough, meeting new people in new environment and wondering whether they are mentally sound or downright brainwashed drones. Deep in the Darkness plays with the sense of seclusion and lack of familiarity to its advantage, up until halfway point. There lies a few good thrills in store, however the plot falls apart as the so called creature looks lees authentic as the movie progresses and some of the decisions the characters make are so ridiculously bad it feels like a parody. Dr. Michael Cayle (Sean Patrick Thomas) moves with his family to the small town of Ashborough. He works as the town's doctor and it seems like the people are nice enough, but strange occurrences begin to haunt him and his family. Sean Patrick Thomas performs his best, his character may be the most logically sound as he displays seemingly genius reactions. The confusion and anger he feels are just, they are almost expected from a man who is now confined against his will.Most of the actors also do their part well, the setting of the quiet and secretive town is eerie in moderation. Unfortunately, as the secrets are revealed, the plot stumbles significantly. The movie provides a few suspenseful scenes at early act, yet it ventures to the realm of comically bad decisions. Characters would do the least beneficial things for their survival.Not to mention there are plenty of scenes which are near supernatural just because the plot deems it. This creates a repetitive theme and considerably slows down the pace. The more the movie displays the threat, the less effective they become. At latter half it loses momentum as silly plot devices and character interactions erase any mirage of the thrill.Deep in the Darkness slowly weaves questions and threats, they play out decently with contrasting quaint back drop of the small town. Sadly, neither the revelation nor the conclusion has any touch of appropriate horror to be taken seriously.

Weul S (mx) wrote: A sprawling 3-hr documentary that follows two inner-city chicago boys for 5 years as they struggle thru high schools & starting colleges, all the while inspiring to be like local nba hero Isiah Thomas.

Gavin M (es) wrote: How DeNiro was not even nominated for an oscar as best supporting actor as the abusive stepfather in "This Boy's Life" is an out rage.

Paul B (jp) wrote: I don't say blah blah blah.

Matt G (fr) wrote: At their best, the Muppets are super-meta kid's musicals that aren't afraid of adult references and jokes to keep the whole family plugged in. Muppets from Space drops these elements in favor of era-sensitive humor (ie Shrek), and it comes off as lazy, forced, and downright pointless. Despite a decent premise (all Muppets live in one house, alien conspiracies), it's easily the worst Muppet film with little to no emotional pull and only a few jokes that actually hit....such a shame.

David C (de) wrote: This is s great movie and I love Jennifer Lopez but it's so basic. This movie has a theme that has been overused.