Two days after seeing George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, it is still hard to know where to start this review. Just about every write-up I have seen of the film has been glowingly positive, and the professionals have described the movie with an eloquence I can’t hope to match. It also has an incredible 98% rating on “Rotten Tomatoes,” meaning that average movie-goers are enjoying it too. Interestingly though, most of the hype concerning Fury Road has to do with the sheer force of its cinematography, and not its plot.
As a post-apocalyptic thriller, Fury Road is a visually stunning assault on the senses – which is intriguing considering Miller’s almost monochromatic color palette. Read More