Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Mad max 2: The Road Warrior review
"The Humungus," a leader of marauders, request the settlers to walk away. Max (Mel Gibson) makes a deal with the settlers in exchange for his car. The first installment had more emotion while this one compensates with the stunts and action sequences. Descent screenplay killed it though it had a few nice lines - “We fight for our belief, I stay.” “We haven’t given up, we’re human beings.” A better plot and likable characters would have been made the film ranked higher by this reviewer. The picture had a grand score which added to the climactic scenes. Final road scenes were the best, if only it concluded in a more obtainable manner instead of bringing in the mystery again much like the opening remarks. The kid did a good job in certain scenes such as grasping the bullet on the hood. This film influenced the dramatic Bellflower and a number of action related flicks. Mad Max 2 is a remarkable action movie especially for those interested in cool rides, wild hair cuts and unique road outfits/weaponry.