‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Is Getting Great Reviews From Critics!

Published On May 12, 2015 » 1108 Views» By Z-rowe »

We have been hyping this new ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ movie for several months now. Showing you trailer after trailer of incredible action. It’s impossible not to get excited.

And now the early reviews for the film are coming in, and they’re making it even harder to control the excitement. 41 reviews have been counted so far on Rotten Tomatoes, and the official rating is standing at 98% fresh. It’s averaging a 9/10 rating, which is pretty freaking incredible.

We are not going to spoil anything for you; however, we are going to show you some quotes from the early reviews coming in.

Cinemablend’s Eric Eisenberg claims it’s a must-see film…

“It’s bombastically entertaining and action packed, but it doesn’t disregard emotion and story; and it’s a fitting follow-up that will make lovers of the Road Warrior giddy. But it’s also entirely accessible to those who have never even heard of the Mel Gibson-starring films. It’s a tremendous cinematic experience courtesy of George Miller, and a must-see.”

Justin Chang from Variety confirms this film will make Fast & Furious look silly…

Thirty years have passed since our last visit to George Miller’s sun-scorched post-apocalyptic wasteland, and yet ‘worth the wait’ still seems a puny response to the two hours of ferocious, unfettered B-movie bliss offered by ‘Mad Max: Fury Road.’ The sort of exhilarating gonzo entertainment that makes even the nuttier ‘Fast and Furious’ movies look like Autopia test drives…”

And finally Mark Hughes from Forbes claims the trailers don’t even show the best parts of the movie…

“However, nothing in the previous Mad Max movies prepared me for what I experienced in Fury Road. Not even that terrific trailer demonstrates what is really in store for audiences. As amazing as the trailer looks, it doesn’t have any of the actual best footage or scenes, a rare example of studio marketing assembling a stellar pitch yet managing to hold back all of the greatest surprises.”

Good luck focusing on work for the next few days. Mad Max: Fury Road slams into theaters May 15th, 2015.




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