Please, please tell me that Patton Oswalt gets a cameo chained to the front fender of the lead marauder's nitro truck...
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Posted 28 July 2014 - 05:15 PM
Wait, wait, wait! Is that... Tom Hardy?
*shrug* I'm in.
... keep your paper heart away from me.
Posted 29 July 2014 - 06:00 AM
I'd prefer they didn't even try Australian accents, because at this point I'm almost positive that it's impossible for anyone but a real Australian to pull one off. I don't know why that is, but I've watched a loooooot of movies and TV shows in my life and I honestly can't remember seeing anyone manage it. I can definitely remember a few that almost gave me ear cancer, though (Meryl Streep and those guys in Pacific Rim, for example), so I'm really hoping they'll steer clear. Either that or they'll only give Max like three lines in the whole movie, which wouldn't be too out of place for Mad Max.
But then, I don't really know what they're going for with this movie. Is it Mad Max 4 or a full reboot? Is it supposed to be set in Australia, or is it just supposed to be a generic wasteland? They kept the Interceptor, and you wouldn't think Max would be transporting it to a different continent in the middle of a post apocalypse, but then you also wouldn't think they'd have ladies with robot arms, big blue sandstorms and... some kind of weird supermodel coven?
It looks pretty sweet, though. I could totally go and see that.
Posted 16 May 2015 - 03:19 PM
Everyone, do yourselves a favor and go see Mad Max this weekend.
Flaming Guitar Guy, that is all.
He was one of the many highlights of the film.
Posted 18 May 2015 - 11:14 PM
Just back from having my senses assaulted by the loudest movie I've ever seen, and GOOD GOD was that worth going partially deaf for! That shot when the chase starts from the Citadel, where they show the drummers on the back of that gigantic rig, then swoop around to the insane guitarist, then cut to the one War Boy screaming "FAAAAANG IIIIIIT!" at the top of his lungs might be the best thing I've seen in a cinema in my life.
This is not a movie about words, so words can't do much to describe it. This movie speaks a dialect entirely composed of VROOM noises and explosions, and bright, colourful, gloriously saturated colours everywhere. Did the trailer excite your eyeballs? Would you like to see more of that, but a thousand times bigger and brighter and noisier? Yes you would; trust me on this.
Posted 22 May 2015 - 07:18 PM
Also the topic title is fantastic, +1 Ocelot.
Posted 22 May 2015 - 08:10 PM
It's 'cause you didn't spray your mouth with chrome paint first, Imperator Scorpiosa.
Sweet decnals, though. I shall let my Mad Max loving Lego friends know.
Posted 30 May 2015 - 11:41 AM
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