Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga
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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

2024
Sci-fi
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Rated 25 May 2024
97
94th
As long as Miller is alive, so is this franchise. What an absolutely stunning action film, but also an excellent character piece about rage and revenge, maybe one of the best revenge movies ever? It does take a bit of time to to get going and world-build, but it’s so worth it, especially for the last act and some action that still somehow feels fresh, kinetic and totally insane. Cinematography, production and music are all stunning, and the leads are simply outstanding. Believe the hype.
Rated 23 May 2024
9
91st
This is like finding an unreleased B-side that is just as enjoyable as the original. A universe so realised and absolutely epic in the cinema you are transported all over again. Taylor-Joy and Hemsworth (plus supporting cast) are all in and we are all the better for it. I'm so excited to see it again as well as the making of. Scenes are still embedded in my mind hours later and I expect for many days to come.
Rated 24 May 2024
82
77th
It's not quite as epic as Fury Road, but it's still a solid movie, and fits together really well with Fury Road as a two-part story. These two movies together are my favorite of the series. This movie focuses more on story whereas Fury Road focuses more on action, so while there's good action here, if you are going in expecting the balls-to-the-wall insanity that Fury Road was, you could end up being disappointed somewhat. What is there is still great though.
Rated 25 May 2024
79
68th
A direct to Blu Ray sort of prequel. Lacks the dusty practical effects and gravitas of Fury Road. The music is missing entirely in some of the movie's most promising scenes. Yet this is a movie well worth seeing and supporting, Hemsworth and Anya have their moments and the movie goes kaboom in its third act. Not the high octane crescendo that Fury Road was but has a little more story to tell, a few more mythology analogies, more depth in acting. I would like to see one more of these.
Rated 25 May 2024
50
33rd
A step down from Fury Road. More scenes not having action were notably weaker and less interesting. Way too long and I just wasn’t really invested in any of the characters. Some decent technical aspects still but yeah not as good.
Rated 24 May 2024
87
84th
George Miller’s Lawrence of Arabia, an honest-to-god epic that may not top Fury Road for sheer kinetic madness (despite coming extremely fucking close) but equals it with sheer craft mastery and amazing performances and tops its emotional resonance and thematic depth. Suffers from a little too much prequelitis and some dodgy CG, but is almost entirely a wild, somber, brutal, and oft-hilarious joy. Dementus would be the new best character in this entire franchise were it not for Piss Boy.
Rated 26 May 2024
80
77th
I will always enjoy a trip to this universe, but it lacks the punch, drive and efficiency of Fury Road. The cast are all good (Hemsworth makes a really good bad guy). My problem remains that we know what happens, so this needed to really go beyond to be truly compelling. I still liked it, but I didn't love it.
Rated 27 May 2024
33
43rd
Does not give depth to the move away from having hope and towards needing redemption in a way this movie deserved. I witnessed you and you were mediocre!
Rated 25 May 2024
77
51st
A bit clunky narratively compared to the previous entry in the franchise. A few action sequences in particular are highlights. Precisely visualized throughout, but it’s missing the organic, textural feel from Fury Road. Maybe we were just spoiled to get that one. Some great dialogue in the final chapter. Almost anything Hemsworth spews out is quotable gold.
Rated 02 Jun 2024
80
70th
I don't feel the intense frustration that some others have with the increase of CGI/decrease of practical effects, but it was definitely noticeable. I adore Anya Taylor-Joy in all things and this is no different, but Furiosa's origin story doesn't leave me with the same visceral emotional impact as Fury Road. All the same, it's big action, bombastic sound, that isn't weighed down by its world-building (I'd hate to see this movie without that!) I'm thankful to have experienced it in IMAX.
Rated 24 May 2024
77
90th
The apparant crystal clear CGI was initially annoying and needless, but became a more and more natural direction for this heavy fueled hellride that manage to become a more than respectable beast of its own.
Rated 24 May 2024
87
94th
Kinda took my breath away. A genuine honest-to-God epic, both in scope and its sense of stirring tragedy. This movie feels massive. And while it doesn't skimp on the rip-roaring action, this is a darker, bleaker, more contemplative chapter than Fury Road (and yet, possibly funnier and more unhinged). That's probably going to confuse/disappoint some people, but that's their loss. Tantalizingly close to being my favorite blockbuster of the decade so far.
Rated 16 Jun 2024
87
71st
I wonder if anyone else in the theater had as much fun driving home as me
Rated 23 May 2024
80
86th
I like the amazing action sequences more than the story, the characters and the actors (except for Tom Burke... I would be so down for "Praetorian Jack: A Mad Max Saga") but even if this new entry in the franchise probably wouldn't really have worked as a stand-alone movie, the world-building expands the universe from the previous movies in a satisfying way.
Rated 01 Jun 2024
45
44th
I feel I'm being gaslighted on this movie because this is the most mid shit ever. The set design is usually decent but the CGI is substantially more noticeable compared to Fury Road and the action scenes are substantially less inspired. The storytelling is just so goddamn uninteresting. Why did they feel like they need to drag out this mundane childhood story out for half of its runtime and why did Hemsworth have to be written like an annoying MCU character? I don't get people's praise.
Rated 06 Jun 2024
65
13th
Ho-hum. Very mild watered down prequel.
Rated 31 May 2024
75
73rd
Can't put my finger on it but this couldn't capture the greatness that was Fury road. While it's still a good action movie, and some of the scenes are as beautiful as some in Fury road, the plot is more simplistic.
Rated 02 Jun 2024
75
78th
Anya Taylor-Joy was unexpectedly terrific in this. The plot is off the hook, as shocking as the original Mad Max. It was entertaining to the end. Well worth watching. There were many truly crazy scenes and subplots to keep you interested.
Rated 26 May 2024
6
34th
It feels like they were hedging your bets, by tackling a different type of story while offering viewers an exciting and suspenseful ride that only occasionally challenges the adrenaline-fueled awesomeness that was Fury Road. From a editing perspective, the film takes forever to get going and is just too long. Shave off a solid 30 minutes and I'm sure this could've been a memorable companion piece to its predecessor.
Rated 11 Jun 2024
34
14th
Mad Thor and cgi. Marvel get mad...whatever suit you...Horrible in comparison Fury road
Rated 25 May 2024
80
80th
Aw jeez, I was hoping I would feel even a bit as strongly about this as Fury Road but while it is a cut above many of its peers and possesses some Miller Magic, I was unfortunately distracted by a noticeable amount of effects feeling a bit uncanny valley and the structure left me disengaged at times. Still there is a lot to love here and I think it will be one that I revisit for sure and maybe even have more affection for next time around. Reminded me more of the orig trig but with big money.
Rated 26 May 2024
80
85th
Gotta love how Miller refuses to make a Fury Road 1.5 with more war rigs, guns and fire and just sets out an immersive, slow-burning, five-part mythical epic totally centered on Furiosa while actually expanding the universe through multiple weird places and locations -- wasteland has never seemed so colorful and strange to look at -- and an unique artificial look that makes sure we're seeing a great 2024 film by an old master. Most boldly anticlimatic blockbuster since Matrix Resurrections.
Rated 05 Jun 2024
68
32nd
It's still fun to see such Australianised villains, especially from an utmost grotesque angle, made devilishly fun by the make-up, costumes, and accents. This separates this blockbuster from any other, but it's the only unique aspect of this otherwise derivative slop hot off the conveyor belt. All the action, drama, and particularly the bland heroine have been witnessed many times before, in better, more genuine, and more realer feeling blockbusters.
Rated 22 Jun 2024
63
19th
Not a big fan of "style over substance" type of movies. I wasn't super impressed by the first movie either, but both of these movies give what's expected from them. Non-stop action, straightforward storytelling and originality. Maybe not at the same level as the first one, but still a good time killer and entertaining. I like this sequel more than Dune.
Rated 02 Jun 2024
55
70th
The over-the-top elements in “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” made it challenging to enjoy it fully. The leaders' sheer wastefulness and madness were overwhelming. However, the incredible action and stunts are impressive enough to carry the film.
Rated 19 Jun 2024
100
98th
Wowee, I am so glad I went and saw this in theater. If I was doing film studies this is the film I would study. Doesn't treat it's audience as stupid, and communicates effectively without much dialogue.
Rated 16 Jun 2024
65
39th
Woahhemsworthlolbutitmakessense,thiscouldbehislifeoneday+Geniusbattleaesthetic+nowiknowwhycharlizeshouldntbeinitlolandtheintrohelpedthestorybutthenitgotrightbacktoOGshit+ofcourseitlostmyattentionlol+theyjustHADtomakehermostlymutetoolmao+didntpayenoughattentiontotheend
Rated 02 Jun 2024
60
55th
The prequel trilogy to Fury Road's Star Wars. If you are interested in Fury Road lore this is immaculately constructed. Too much CGI and a lame villain prevent it from being the transcendent experience Fury Road (or the Road Warrior) was. The first war rig scene is worth the price of admission, the rest is meh.
Rated 02 Jun 2024
45
7th
I recently watched Fall guy and it has an enlightening dialogue : - Movie Producer : "It's like the message in all my Movies" - Gosling : "Nihilism is a viable world view ?" - Movie Producer : "No, that's just the entertainment. That's like the sexy bacon." I think I was ok with Fury Road because Charlize Theron lights up the whole film, but also because there was some hope. Here it feels like we are being sold Nihilism as a viable world view ... and it's a self fulfilling prophecy.
Rated 02 Jun 2024
80
68th
It was fine
Rated 02 Jun 2024
92
85th
I admire Miller's dedication to making the movie he wants to make, not the movie the masses want him to make. There are magnificent setpieces here that ought to fuel your adrenaline, but the pacing is deliberately slower, matching the reduced scope of a story not simply set in a time and place, but a coming of age in the Wasteland; it organically explores Miller's world and I think the ending might be the strongest of the franchise: a direct nod to the mythicism these films swim in.
Rated 16 Jun 2024
94
94th
2024'de #IzlediğimFilmler ; 130. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga George Miller'i pamuklara sarmalıyız. Bir Fury Road değil, ama kötü bir şey değil bu. Özellikle Chris Hemsworth döktürmüş. Defalarca izlenir. 9/10
Rated 03 Jun 2024
73
65th
A good, but not great entry. Some really fun set pieces, but overall we felt it was lacking a certain je ne sais quoi. Still in the top third of my scores here currently. 7.3. I do recommend seeing it in an auditorium equipped with dolby Atmos. The sound was the star of the show.
Rated 05 Jun 2024
4
51st
Not as visually interesting as fury road and nowhere near its frantic energy. This one feels weighed down at times with escape sequence after escape sequence. Still one of the better blockbusters we are going to get from one of the directors who knows how to make a visually appealing blockbuster. He still has quite the eye for action sequences. I liked the little guy sitting in the veggies.
Rated 08 Jun 2024
70
63rd
Fury Road's plot was elegant in its simplicity. It was sharp as a knife, a two hours flawless spectacle. We were dropped in a foreign world without explanations. Everything that wasn't completely necessary was out of the movie. Furiosa is a more conventional film, longer (too long), that wants to do more character development. A revenge story, a western. And so it gets messier. Also, Hemsworth is not as good as Tom Brady and Taylor-Joy - while giving it all - is not Theron.
Rated 15 Jun 2024
64
38th
The main goal of the entire production seems to be to show, say and do weird things
Rated 09 Jun 2024
90
94th
People are saying not as good Fury Road, ok. But still great!
Rated 09 Jun 2024
80
86th
Fury Road was the first movie that captivated me in cinema. It hadn't left my mind for weeks. Furiosa continued the same effect. George Miller adds even more depth to the Mad Max universe and again offers an absolutely delightful, epic experience. I literally had goosebumps watching this. It was spectacular.
Rated 14 Jun 2024
75
48th
It wasn't bad. Not anywhere near as good as Fury Road though.
Rated 13 Jun 2024
7
76th
Furiousa has quite the bag of ingredients. Its visual flare & pallet is very cartoonish in the style of a comic book appeal, for better and worse. It elevates much of its set pieces and overtly over the top characters and in many ways sets a great structure of immersion. However, it becomes somewhat distracting when the obvious green screen comes into focus. Though that can be forgiven, this movie feels dull on any further characterization of the character. Seems unnecessary, but great fun.
Rated 10 Jun 2024
67
61st
It doesn't have the kinetic energy of "Mad Max: Fury Road", but it compensates by being the first "Mad Max" movie since the first one to actually have a story longer than a postcard, and it's a pretty good one! Now I want a Praetorian Jack movie.
Rated 11 Jun 2024
88
92nd
Bit of a weak ending but otherwise brilliant
Rated 29 May 2024
84
70th
Furiosa is a prequel with a purpose, enriching George Millers half century epic cinematic project. Hemsworth's biker gang leader has a Rickmanesque Sheriff of Nottingham pantomime villain quality and Taylor-Joy does a great job as the emotionally penned-in lead. Stay till the credits roll for the fantastic names of all the minor characters.
Rated 26 May 2024
75
0th
It proves that you can't capture lightning in a bottle twice. I applaud the effort to dive deeper into character development. Still, part of the enjoyment of Fury Road was being dropped into this universe with no explanation for the insanity and being forced along for the ride.
Rated 17 Jun 2024
5
23rd
Act 3 is amazing. Rest is forgettable, unfortunately. Very good acting on all parts, tho.
Rated 26 May 2024
89
86th
To Miller's credit he realizes he can't improve on Fury Road & so this does something different - a partial life story. It's also a prequel which creates its own problem but I don't think anyone has ever done more to vary up apocalyptic wastelands than Miller. He keeps things unpredictable here. He also remains the king of car chases throwing in another stunner here. My 1 big problem is the ending w/ Miller foolishly gutting catharsis for a sophomoric discussion (i.e. lesson) about revenge.
Rated 03 Jun 2024
61
56th
A little bit less visually compelling, a little bit less visceral, a little bit less clear in its stakes, and a lot less tightly constructed than Fury Road, which at this point has settled into its status as one of the greatest action films of all time. Some of those things aren't necessarily negative, but some of them are, especially in a follow up to something as iconic as Fury Road. To its credit, it is just as sneakily interesting in its themes, and the performances are all great.
Rated 03 Jun 2024
65
42nd
An hour (its first) too long and featuring more questionable compositing and CG than thrilling stunt sequences, this leans more towards ... drama, I guess? than action, which was a mistake: the writers couldn't pull it off. There are two absolutely thrilling sequences (stowaway and bullet farm), which just make it that much more of a shame that the rest is not nearly up to snuff. Anya and Chris deserved better.
Rated 28 May 2024
75
63rd
Great prequel of Fury Road. In retrospect, I think that Fury Road is still ahead because of its scenery and usage of music but this movie adds depth to the character of Furiosa which is welcomed. Anya Taylor-Joy is great as Furiosa, I was wondering how she could replace Charlize Theron's Furiosa but the movie, and how I enjoyed watching it, speaks for itself.
Rated 25 May 2024
69
38th
audiovisual 74 acting 70 overall feeling 62 avg 69
Rated 25 May 2024
85
60th
Quite good. Action packed and really fills in the story nicely. Acting was great in this one.
Rated 26 May 2024
60
63rd
I'd be lying if I didn't say that I was somewhat disappointed. It's not that it's bad, it just doesn't (and maybe can't) live up to the unexpected experience of Fury Road. It feels held back by being a prequel and trying to set things up in a way that makes sense rather than doing its own thing, which ultimately makes it feel kind of like it's in the shadow of Fury Road - even the montage during the credits seemed to be trying to remind you "Remember how awesome Fury Road was?" Yes, yes I do.
Rated 26 May 2024
84
73rd
Fixes a lot of the issues with Fury Road, by giving it an actual story, but, at the same time, the focus on plot and character kinda dulls the adrenaline that made that movie so much fun. I can't believe I'm complaining that a movie cares about something other than action. It's still great, but also frustrating because if just they cut out some filler from its two and a half hour runtime, it could have been the best Mad Max movie since The Road Warrior.
Rated 26 May 2024
69
77th
When you had a very high expectation, this is what happened...
Rated 26 May 2024
77
70th
Chris Hemsworth's fake nose > Bradley Cooper's fake nose (still weird though, especially when the sun hits it just right and it turns half-transparent)
Rated 26 May 2024
88
85th
Definitely too long, and not quite as strong as Fury Road, but very very close.
Rated 01 Jun 2024
65
68th
it was ok, but a disappointment nonetheless. fury road set such a high bar for everyone, and just being ok really doesn't cut it anymore. furiosa is an exceptional character and her backstory is interesting, but unfortunately taylor-joy just doesn't have that raw physicality of charlize theron. not bad, but a definite step down.
Rated 27 May 2024
60
69th
Yes it bombed. But guess what? It entertains. Shame on you for not seeing it opening weekend! This is like: "Fury Road...but with a plot".
Rated 27 May 2024
55
49th
Pretty good, much better than I expected. Too much cgi.
Rated 28 May 2024
85
88th
Was a blur but enjoyed it greatly. Parts feel perfect.
Rated 29 May 2024
70
41st
Peaks in the middle and then slowly outstays its welcome, but it’s a high peak; I can see this rating going up on subsequent watches. I wasn’t terribly compelled by Hemsworth’s villain (his motivations are a bit confusing at times), and some of the CGI is truly dire. But Dr Miller’s action pacing is still second to none; the Stowaway sequence is one for the history books, and the opening chase gave me chills several times. Now I want a pre-prequel about Furiosa’s mum
Rated 29 May 2024
69
42nd
A bit disappointing. It feels like a low-budget follow-up to Fury Road with less satisfying visuals and a lack of gravitas. The pacing is uneven; in the second half, a lot of transitions seem rushed. Focusing on Furiosa's story was a good call, but without any meaningful connections, it was hard for me to get invested. Hemsworth plays a great Mad Max villain, but that is not enough to elevate this kind of story.
Rated 17 Jun 2024
85
93rd
Post Apokaliptik başyapıtı. Mad Max serisi en iyi devam filmleri içinde ilk 5 de olacak. George Miller içindeki Mad Max ruhunu çok iyi anlatıyor. Furiosa'nın Mad Max evrenindeki hayatını izliyoruz. Görsel efektler şahane. Dune ile yaraşacak. Anya Taylor Joy seçilmesi kafa karıştırıcı olsa da, yan karakterlerin güçlü olması filmi seyir zevkine çıkarıyor. Başarılı. Şaheser. Filmin sonunda, Mad Max kaldığı yerden devam. Allahım sana geliyorum. BOMB.
Rated 30 May 2024
83
80th
Not quite the fun Fury Road is, but has a more coherent narrative and some more gravity to it, for better or for worse. It's extremely entertaining and worth seeing on the biggest screen possible, though its lack of success at the box office probably means that window for that will be small. Visually stunning, great stunts, and leads perfectly into Fury Road.
Rated 31 May 2024
82
86th
The best on the line. In the end, there was finally a real story behind the action. And the best part was that they focused more on Anya Taylor-Joy than the masculine Mad Max. I'm not going to talk about the other characters because I didn't really care.
Rated 31 May 2024
87
86th
the first attack on the war rig...cinema
Rated 31 May 2024
95
93rd
Incredible action, every inch of the world has a backstory that could fill an entire other movie. But beyond its spectacle, the movie is a mythic parable of the psychic cost of suffering that is landed emphatically with the final scene. Chris Hemsworth needs prosthetics and a silly voice more often.
Rated 01 Jun 2024
55
41st
Hemsworth and Taylor-Joy (except for her jarring American accent) are much more engaging as the two protagonists than Theron and Hardy, even if there are more dull and preachy moments in this film than in 'Mad Max: Fury Road'. I'll never think of Little Ted in the same way again. And don't blink or you'll miss Tim Rogers as Snapper (which sort of harks back to Angry Anderson as Ironbar, another Aussie musician as a Wasteland savage).

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