Mad Max: Fury Road (Black and Chrome Edition)

An unspecified time has elapsed since Mel Gibson's road warrior and Tina Turner's Bartertown matriarch parted ways in the desert and in that spell something has rotted inside the loner: we meet a bearded, half-crazy Max (Hardy, looking deliberately but inexplicably younger than when we left Gibson thirty years ago) chewing a live lizard. He is captured by bald, pasty-looking religious nuts and taken back to their canyon citadel where god-like leader Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) holds the water to ransom.


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