Mad Max: Fury Road | DVD review – Iconic road warrior Max leaves his rivals in the dust

Thirty years after 1985’s Beyond Thunderdome, George Miller’s iconic road warrior roars into action again for his fourth screen adventure, Mad Max: Fury Roada two-hour thrill-ride so supercharged with adrenaline-surging excitement it leaves its cinematic rivals in the dust.

Tom Hardy slips ruggedly into Mel Gibson’s battered black jacket as Max, a badass loner adrift in a barren post-apocalyptic world, but he more than meets his match in Charlize Theron’s fiercely resilient, one-armed heroine, Imperator Furiosa, whose bid to rescue a savage warlord’s five-women harem drives the plot.

The film is essentially one long, absurdly thrilling chase, but what makes it so deeply enjoyable is that the stunts and explosions are securely underpinned by a fascinating mythology and masses of weird and offbeat details.

And when it comes to foot-down, hell-for-leather exhilaration, Fury Road makes the Fast & Furious 
franchise resemble a spin in a Reliant Robin.

Certificate 15. Runtime 120 mins. Director George Miller.

Mad Max: Fury Road is available on Blu-Ray™ 3D, Blu-Ray, DVD and 4 film anthology from October 5, courtsey of Warner Bros. Entertainment.

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