Thursday, May 21, 2015

Mad Max : Fury Road - A Critical Analysis of its Filmcraft


A critical analysis of what makes MAD MAX FURY ROAD a piece of sheer awesomeness - besides being sheer adrenaline. A review of the filmcraft that makes the movie the 9/10 blockbuster piece of amazing filmmaking it is.



The film pickle review of the movie:



EXTRA: My review of MMFR created quite an interesting discussion on FB. Here's what happened:

Mad Max: Fury Road monkeyrating: 9/10. This is the action film of the decade! Freakking fabulous. The female leads takes the cake here. Max is underplayed and Furiosa leads the movie and what greatness it is! From the cars to the characters to the action to the soundtrack! All is awesome! The only drawback would be a slight lack of plot but yet covered well by nonstop adrenaline rushes and a well drafted screenplay. This is the kind of action film that makes me want to make films, be in films, live films! I have already watched it twice and will also own it on DVD. Tottaly worth it. ‪#‎movie‬ ‪#‎film‬‪#‎review‬ ‪#‎madmax‬ ‪#‎furyroad‬ ‪#‎hollywood‬
PS: catch the video review on our film reavie channel : www.youtube.com/filmpickle
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  • Riyaz Khan this is the action I will waiting forr
  • Singh Daman Y deduction of 1mark
  • Pushkaraj S Shirke 1 mark deducted for lack of a well scripted plot. Its an average script just well written and well made. If if didn't have such great action and effects, the script would have failed by itself.
    Like · Reply · 2 · May 17 at 6:44pm
  • Shakrendra Seth Saw the movie it was crap. No story plot. The movie lacked substance.
  • Pushkaraj S Shirke @shakrendra are you on estrogen hormone therapy? Or did u watch Bombay velvet thinking it was mad max? tongue emoticon
  • Shakrendra Seth Bro estrogen is for you not for me. Well I left my opinion so do not think u have the right to run me down.
  • Pushkaraj S Shirke I'm not running u down bro, I'm making a counter statement to your opinion. Coz mad max, by all levels of judgement, was incredible.
  • Shakrendra SethBro I agree the sound track was great. But I just expected it to give some reasoning for why was every thing happening. How did the hero land up there. How did the green land disappear. Well in the end if the reached the place where was the water coming g from I was looking for some substance. You are right with your opinion about the movie. It's just that I expected a bit more sense in what they made. Peace bro. It's just that we two have different opinions
  • Pushkaraj S ShirkeShakrendra Seth I have also cut the only point I have cut from the movie for the story - but not for the reasons u have given. All the points that you mentioned have valid reasons. They are explained in the first 2 minutes of the movie. Its a post holocaust world where the land is turning sour and small groups of survivors are running their own kingdoms and tribes. Also, having watched the 3 previous mad max movies, helps with the story understanding a bit. Mad max used to be a cop and is a lone ranger gone crazy. But yes, the story is linear and predictable and that is where I deducted one point for the movie. Otherwise the entire movie had me surging with adrenaline all through. Art and costumes - production design was also spectacular! Music and score was great! The do of wagon was crazy as hell! The character make up was awesome so were the characters. I mean there's no way anyone was not entertained in this movie! It was sheer testosterone!
  • Ashim MatthanThe plot was very straightforward. World gone mad. Not everything was supposed to make sense...like WTF was up with those crows in the marshes? The green land disappeared because over time everything dies: that was the point of this movie. That you cannot fix everything. The movie was great and the only one who had a meager role was mad max Tom Hardy himself...coz he had 100 words to say in the movie (it was probably 50 but I'm exaggerating) and zero expressions.

- Pushkaraj S Shirke

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