Here's a look at how the Fury Road trailer might have looked if the movie came out in the '80s (minus Mel Gibson, natch). And it makes me long for the music used here to be the actual score. Ala...
After one viewing, I’m ready to call Mad Max: Fury Road the best English-language action flick since Terminator 2, if not Die Hard. It’s a motherfucker of a movie, a new benchmark in violent cinematic mayhem. I’ve you’ve ever read this column and you haven’t seen it yet, stop reading and go now. Show More Summary
Coming to terms with the director's strange and satisfying notions of justice
A full 30 years after the release of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, George Miller revisits post-apocalyptic Australia with Mad Max: Fury Road, a reboot which sees Tom Hardy replace Mel Gibson. Fury Road isn’t a direct sequel to Thunderdome, instead it takes place at an unspecified time earlier in the series’ chronology. Show More Summary
In retrospect, the popularity of "Braveheart" seems like a foregone conclusion. The movie, which opened 20 years ago this week (on May 24, 1995), won five Oscars, two of them for star Mel Gibson (in his roles as producer and director). Show More Summary
GOP Presidential contender Mike Huckabee not only wants you to forgive an admitted sexual predator, he wants Mel Gibson off the hook too.
Will "Risen," an upcoming movie about the events following the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ, prove as successful as Mel Gibson's gritty and controversial "Passion of the Christ," the top-grossing Christian movie of all time?
For Mad Max: Fury Road, Mel Gibson was originally set to reprise his role as Max Rockatansky, the character that launched his acting career. But Gibson’s anti-Semitic rant caused him to drop out of production, and director George Miller was forced to look for someone else. Show More Summary
Middle-Aged woman: I don’t know why everyone is giving Mel Gibson such a hard time. He didn’t kill six million Jews; the Nazis killed six million Jews. And you never hear anyone say anything bad about the Nazis.–1 train, 110th StOverheard by: Eli Feldblum
Before you head out to theaters this weekend to see the highly anticipated "Mad Max: Fury Road," check out the trailer for the 1979 cult classic that started the franchise. The original "Mad Max" starred a young Mel Gibson in a role he would revisit on two separate occasions. Show More Summary
A remake that is full of non-stop adrenaline pumped action This was a film that was hard to tell by the trailers if it was going to be any good. Without Mel Gibson, it seemed like Hollywood was taking a big risk making a new Mad Max, especially after such a long time. This is […] The post Review of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
When the original Mad Max film was released in 1979, it became a global hit. The action thriller proved to be such a huge success that it even propelled the popularity of seasoned actor Mel Gibson, making him an international star. With...Show More Summary
After showing up at the premiere for Mad Max: Fury Road, we decided to take a look back at some of his infamous mad moments.… READ ON
Director George Miller talks about bringing the original Max Rockatansky, Mel Gibson, to the premiere of 'Mad Max: Fury Road'.
The road to "Mad Max: Fury Road" has been a long and twisting one for Australian filmmaker George Miller, who began an eventual franchise 36 years ago with little more than a shoestring budget, an unknown actor named Mel Gibson and a fair amount of gumption.
Before he starred in "Mad Max" in 1979, Australian actor Mel Gibson was unknown to the rest of the world. Then, "Mad Max" became a box-office smash. It grossed $100 million worldwide and held the Guiness world record for most profitable movie of all time for nearly two decades. Show More Summary
It seems like just yesterday -- well three decades ago -- when a brash Australian actor, Mel Gibson, stormed on to the screen in the post-apocalyptic Australian Outback action film Mad Max. The original director/writer George MillerShow More Summary
When Mad Max jolted cinema screens in 1979 with is grim post apocalyptic world set in the sparse Australian outback, the low budget Aussie flick not only established a new cinema star, Mel Gibson but also landed its iconic director George Miller firmly in the center stage of world class directors. Show More Summary
Thanks in large part to the work of Marvel Studios, Hollywood has become obsessed with world building franchises. The idea is that each movie connects to the next, and that it all creates one big story. Continuity is the name of the game, and the deeper it goes the better. Show More Summary
Why it doesn't really matter that Mel Gibson isn't in FURY ROAD. Read more...