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Taking place in a dystopian Australia in the near future, Mad Max tells the story of a highway patrolman cruising the squalid back roads that have become the breeding ground of criminals foraging for gasoline and scraps. When his wife and child meet a grisly end at the hands of a motorcycle gang, Max sets out across the barren wastelands in search of revenge.
In a dystopic future Australia, a vicious violent biker gang murder nicknamed the Nightrider, a cop's family and make his fight with them personal. He escapes from police custody by killing an officer and stealing his vehicle. Max pursues the Nightrider in a high-speed chase, which results in the Nightrider's death by fiery explosion. Following the dangerous chase, which resulted in injuries for a number of officers, the police chief warns Max who thinks nothing of it at the time that now the bandits are out for him because of the death of the Nightrider. The biker gang, which is led by the Toecutter plans to avenge Nightrider's death by killing MFP officers. Toecutter's young protegé, the biker Johnny the Boy, sets a trap for Max's close friend and fellow officer, Jim Goose. When Goose's vehicle is flipped over, the bikers burn him alive in retaliation for the Nightrider's death.
Mad Max, is set in the future in Australia, where biker gangs roam rampant and there is a lot of violence. One of the cops trying to stop the bikers is Max Rockatansky, who is getting fed up of his job so one day he quits. But one day when the gangs do something personal to him he plans on getting them back. Winner of The AFI Film Award for Best Achievement In Editing, Best Achievement In Sound and Best Original Music Score at The Australian Film Institute. When the film first came out it was one of Mel Gibson's first starring films and it was even banned in Sweden, due to it's violence and has since become a cult classic. Mad Max, starts off with a lot of action and is full of energy and a lot of fun for the first half hour or so and then it gets a little slower in the middle and picks up the action near the end again but what happens to make him get revenge on these bikers and everything that follows was fairly predictable and a lot of it I could see coming a mile away. I also felt that that film was too short. The film was also very low budget which I son't usually mind but the film really looked cheap in some scenes. The film was also fairly campy (which I normally don't mind as well) but some of the acting and dialog was almost corny. I didn't hate the film and it was entertaining enough but I don't think it is as great as some cult film fans make it out to be. The film was later followed by Mad Max 2 (a.k.a. The Road Warrior) two years later and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome made four years later. Another film in the series is currently slated for next year.
If the rumours are correct, Goerge Miller put this futuristic action thriller together for something less than half a million dollars.
Take note, James Cameron.
I've no idea how Miller did it, but in bringing Mad Max to the screen, along with the Goose, the Toe-cutter et al, he crafted a story with an almost mythic ring to it and gave the world a screen icon who stands alongside The Terminator and even James Bond.
The opening shot of a policeman spying on a couple having sex in a field through the viewfinder of his rifle, promises an edgy, perhaps deviant film. A car then races into view, tearing up the Outback at something like ninety miles per hour, and as Max and the Goose rev up their car and motorcycle, so a legend is born.
Every single dollar and more is up on the screen, and while the action sequences stand out as both exhilarating, what really elevates Mad Max up a notch is the characterisation. Max is not a killing machine, nor a ruthless agent of the law; he is a family man, and someone merely trying to stay alive. Heroics are not his game. Not yet, at least.
The excellent Steve Bisely as Goose is every bit as good - better even perhaps? - as Gibson in the title role. Equally good is Joanne Samuel as our hero's young wife, but for my money the man who really makes this picture is Hugh Keays-Byrne.
As the Toe-cutter, Keays-Byrne adds an air of genuine menace to a villain who grows in stature the longer the film goes on. I was not sure whether Keays-Byrne was a genuine English actor or not, but either way he provides a nemesis for Max, and the catalyst for a transformation from home-loving family man to a homicidal loner gunning for revenge as the bleak Australian landscape gives way to a riot of roaring engines, explosions, and tragic deaths.
The sequels may have had bigger budgets, but this film stands as an example of what one film director can do when pushing himself, and his crew, to the absolute limit under the merciless antipodean sun.
The film belongs to the director, cameraman and stunt artists: it’s not an actor’s piece, though the leads are all effective.
Yes, Max's boss mentions that "Goose bought it.". The Doctors talking about Jesse are convinced that she will die because her injuries are severe. The doctor instructs the nurse to re-assure Max that Jesse will be pull through. However, Max was right outside the room and overheard them talking about the extent of her injuries and that she won't survive. Basically no, but there is one version with two audio differences; the first being the original Australian accented soundtrack and the second being the American dubbed soundtrack.
Apart from dubbing the entire movie because Americans might find Australian accents difficult to understand, "Mad Max" in North America was completely the same cut. The original Australian dialogue soundtrack was released for the North American DVD premiere in 2000. The Night Rider probably experienced an acute onset of depression because he'd finally met an opponent who might catch him or matched him for driving ability. Also, he probably felt he couldn't escape. It actually adds another element of humor to the scene.
It is also likely that he was relying on his reckless nature as an advantage to outmaneuver the police. Along comes an officer who beats him in a game of chicken, and who is also driving a patrol car that can catch up to the one he is driving from a dead stop, and he knows that he isn't likely to get out of this alive. Max' wife mentions that he has been on the news several times, it is also possible that Nightrider recognized the notorious Max in his rearview mirror. Barring all else, Nightrider is shown to be quite psychologically unstable, screaming like a lunatic in nearly every shot in which he appears. Merely losing the game of chicken may have been enough to damage his fragile psyche to that degree. "A FEW YEARS FROM NOW..." but a specific year is never mentioned and so the exact year is left ambiguous, with signs of society breaking down. The film was influenced by fuel shortages in Australia in the mid-1970s due to the 1973 OPEC Oil Crisis, which led to several violent incidents throughout the country. No. It's an original story by director George Miller and his writing team. However, it's believed Miller did base it on riots that took place in 1970s Australia over fuel shortages and the muscle car culture that was popular back then. The UK theatrical version was cut in one scene . This version was used for the old VHS by Warner from 1986. All other VHS and DVD releases are uncut. Approx. 50 seconds are missing in this version. The title could have a double-meaning, some viewers interpret Max as Mad-angry, while others find he is mad-crazy. Both interpretations could be correct. Throughout the film Max tells his boss that he feels that he needs to quit the Bronze because he's starting to enjoy the carnage and mayhem that the job entails. Max feels that if he starts to enjoy it, he's gone crazy and is no better than the criminals. At the end of the film, after his wife and son are run down, Max snaps and likely becomes infuriated at their deaths, which prompts him to seek revenge on the Toecutter gang. After dispatching everyone in the gang, he handcuffs Johnny the Boy's ankle to a wrecked vehicle with a leaking gas tank, he then sets up a fuse, and gives Johnny a hack saw, telling him he can try cutting through the chain or cut through his ankle. Johnny screams at Max, calling him a bloody mad man. 646f9e108c
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