Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Friday, January 12 - Sunday, January 14, 2018
“Set a few years after Mad Max (which looks primitive by comparison), [THE ROAD WARRIOR] concerns a strange post-industrial future where motorised warlords scour the deserts for fuel. Max, played in proper Eastwood style by Gibson, comes upon an oil fortress beleaguered by hordes of biker barbarians. The simple plot has the macho inspiration of a 2000 AD comic strip… it’s kept alive by its humour and the sheer energy of its visuals. In fact, Miller’s choreography of his innumerable vehicles is so extraordinary that it makes Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark look like a kid fooling with Dinky Toys.” – Time Out (London)
Screening as part of the series Waverly Midnights: After the Fall.
- Rating R
- Year 1981
- Running Time 94 minutes
- Director George Miller
- Writer George Miller, Terry Hayes, Brian Hannant
- Editor Michael Balson, David Stiven, Tim Wellburn
- Cinematographer Dean Semler
- Cast Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston
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