First Impressions From Tom Hardy-Led ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Roll In

This IS the kind of Mad Max II/The Road Warrior on steroids, go-big-or-go-home, bug-nuts crazy, toss-you-in-the-deep-end mythology and put-it-all-out-there-in-case-we-never-make-another-one Mad Max Fury Road.

This movie feels like thirty years of Miller holding in passion for a world that he built so long ago, exploding on the screen.  You, remember the third act of The Road Warrior, the bad-ass truck chase that is still hailed as a masterpiece of filmmaking? You do? Good.


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My favorite car: Mad Max’s Interceptor


The Road Warrior by Marie Bergeron / TumblrStore

24” X 36” 2 color screen print, edition of 33. 

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