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'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive

'Mad Max' kicks a post-apocalyptic extravaganza into overdrive

"Mad Max: Fury Road" will leave you speechless, which couldn't be more appropriate. Words are not really the point when it comes to dealing with this barn-burner of a post-apocalyptic extravaganza in which sizzling, unsettling images are the order of the day. As directed by George Miller in a reanimation of the "Mad Max/Road Warrior" franchise he began in 1979, "Fury Road" is so action intensive and non-dialogue dependent that it began not with a proper script but with about 3,500 storyboard panels detailing an endless string of adrenalized events in a bleak and savage future world where water is king but chaos rules. Costarring the protean Tom Hardy...

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