‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Review: Drive like hell to see this Maxterpiece

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LOS ANGELES — Before we get into the mighty meat of Mad Max: Fury Road, let’s clear up one thing: What the hell is it?

It’s neither a sequel nor a reboot. It’s not a “reimagination,” because it’s clearly from precisely the same imagination that gave us Mad Max (1979), The Road Warrior (1981) and Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome (1985) — we know this because it says the words “George Miller” under “director” (or as the marketing materials would have it, “Mastermind,” which we’ll allow here).

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And holy smokes does this guy — at the tender young age of 70 — have an imagination. Read more…

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