The Road Warrior

The Road Warrior

DVD - 2007
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Mad Max beyond Thunderdome: Once again, Mad Max stands alone against the barbarians of a post-nuclear age. This time, Max defends the future--a group of abandoned children--and enters the gladiatorial maces-and-chainsaws combat inside Thunderdome arena.
The road warrior: In the post-nuclear outback of Australia, a battle is raged by a tiny band of civilized survivors and a group of barbarians over a precious cache of gasoline.

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rswcove
Nov 24, 2015

Road Warrior is the movie that codified the Post Apocalyptic Action movie. And its influence can be seen far and wide, from Fist of the North Star (manga), to Tank Girl (western comics), from the Fallout series (video games), to the costume design of Motley Crue (music). So many modern creators cite the Road Warrior and Mad Max in general as an inspiration, that you owe it to yourself to see this movie. And to see the damage that a sharpened metal boomerang can do.

kevfarley Oct 10, 2015

Still the classic !!

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Calvacade
May 19, 2015

The second installment of the ' Mad Max ' movies- this one holds the most iconic moments of the series. Although it's now an old movie, I would say that it still holds up- perhaps some might not appreciate it because it's so seminal, and has influenced so many other dystopian projects.

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britprincess1
Sep 23, 2013

In this dystopian world, where fuel has run dry and survival is everything, it takes a single man to fight against the hoarders of the remaining gasoline in a gangland tale of life or death. Sounds exciting, huh? Well, it was not, at least not for me. The premise sounded interesting, but frankly, it never felt like anything was happening. The plot didn't accelerate and the action sequences left me unenthused. I didn't even watch "Beyond Thunderdome" because I was so disappointed in "The Road Warrior". Maybe it's just me, but regardless I wouldn't recommend it.

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ddonster
Sep 08, 2012

One of the best action movies. Mel Gibson plays Mad Max, a drifter who protects a group of people besieged by a degenerate gang of renegades. The final battle is one of the best vehicle action sequences of all time. "Greetings from The Humungus! The Lord Humungus! The Warrior of the Wasteland! The Ayatollah of Rock and Rolla!"

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Shoegazer
Apr 01, 2012

Solid action and just enough dialogue.

aaa5756 Dec 06, 2011

A++ DVD

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e_long
Feb 17, 2011

A definite improvement over Mad Max. Still a bit over-done and reeking of the 80's. But pretty enjoyable. You gotta love a guy who eats dog food!

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