Roaming the highways of post-apocalyptic Australia, years after he avenged his wife and son and his partner who were murdered by the motorcycle gang led by the evil Toecutter. Burnt out former Australian policeman Max Rockatansky, now known as "The Road Warrior" searching for sources of fuel, stumbles upon a gasoline refinery home to a community of survivors who are struggling for survival and finds the community is being terrorized by a band of brutal motorcyclists led by The Humangus and his finest warrior, Wez, who bid to loot all the gasoline from the refinery for themselves. The community hires Max, as Max agrees to help the community transport the gasoline across the highway and fight for freedom, as they are pursued by the Humangus and his warriors.
In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland, a cynical drifter agrees to help a small, gasoline rich, community escape a band of bandits.
Clearly this is one of the best movies ever made regardless of genre. I first watched this movie as a college student in the 80's. The filming and action sequences were so far ahead of its time. Watching tonight some 35 years later still sends tingles down my spine. This is the best of the Mad Max series by far.
Mad Max 2 is simply one of the best action movies of all time , it's amazing this film because it is 1981 , the first Mad Max has been interesting, more I had a very slow pace , as a result the pace is very good Mel Gibson back in the role of Max , the plot as well as in the first film is meaner, also the film does not care to explain the practical effects are very well placed in this film , the soundtrack of the film is more simple matches with the film , the direction of the film is very competent George Miller Mad Max 2 can be much higher than the first film , has scenes breathtaking , even with a weak plot the movie makes you aware of for TV . Note 9.6
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior is a straightforward action/adventure film, filled to the brim with over-the-top chases and stunts.
Half a decade after he killed the motorcycle gang that slew his wife and son. Max (Mel Gibson) a cynical and selfish wanderer whom aimlessly drives across the barren highways of Australia learns from a deranged pilot called The Gyro Captain (Bruce Spence) about a nearby petrol refinery which is besieged by a gang of savage warriors led by the masked Humungus (Kjell Nilsson) that wants the petrol from the refinery for themselves. Max manages to enter the petrol refinery and makes a deal with the leader of the refinery Pappagallo (Michael Preston) to find a truck, so the people running the refinery can safely transport the petrol across the highway whilst evading The Humungus and his warriors and so Pappagallo and his people can travel to a safe place, which in return, he'll be given petrol as payment and hit the road and move on. After, Max manages to find a truck and drives it back to the refinery, Max is injured in an ambush and is nursed back to health and a reluctant Max agrees to drive the truck and soon, Max, Pappagallo and his people are pursued across the highway by The Humungus and his warriors which becomes a high speed fight for survival as The Humungus and his warriors will stop at nothing to get to steal the petrol for themselves. No. In the US r-rated version some short plot scenes as well as some scenes of violence, which had to be cut in order to get an r-rating, are missing. This version has been released on DVD, Laserdisc and VHS in the USA. In early VHS times a few European releases (e.g. Germany and UK) as well as the Australian version offered the so called unrated-version. Later then, new re-releases based on the cut US-Master have been released in these countries which lead to the fact that the original unrated copies vanished more and more.
Until now only one version has been released on DVD and it's the r-rated-version. The reason for this, is the same as the later VHS re-release being only the r-rated version: The US-Master has been used for every DVD-print on the planet (although there are rumours that the first Japanese DVD had the unrated version).
But there is some light at the end of the tunnel: At least the new HD-releases (HD DVD and Blu-Ray) offer a slightly longer version. This version includes the scenes that had to be cut to achieve an r-rating. However it seems that even the HD-releases still lack the short plot scenes. According to director George Miller on the Blu-ray commentary track, costume designer Norma Moriceau was given very few limitations on how to design the film's unique outfits. Miller said he wanted the "clothing" of the future to look post-apocalyptic & pieced together from whatever the wearer could scrounge up from anywhere they happened to be. Moriceau had the idea of using American football shoulder pads & clothing she bought from sex shops (like Wez' seatless leather pants).
As far as Max's outfit goes, it is heavily modified from the original leather uniform he wore as one of the "Bronze" policemen in the first film. Each alteration has a unique origin:
* The sleeve of his jacket is missing since he had his arm run over in the first movie and medics would have cut the sleeve off rather than remove it by pulling it over the injured arm.
* His leg brace is due to his knee cap being shot through by Bubba Zanetti in the first movie.
* His spanner and tool harness is for running repairs on the V8.
* His driving gloves are missing the fingers on the index and middle finger on both hands, this may be so he can easily retrieve and load shotgun shells, it may also be due to wear and tear as the gloves have several more holes. Cutting the fingers off the gloves would be easier than repairing any holes. There's different ways of interpreting this. One argument is that he felt he owed them for patching him up and not leaving him to die in the desert. Another is that he is still as cynical and misanthropic as he was before his Interceptor was destroyed and realises that if he doesn't drive the tanker he'll be left behind to the mercy of the Humungus' Dogs of War. It's also possible that Max had long had a death wish and the only thing that kept him going was protecting his car and his dog and, having lost them, he decides he no longer has any reason to live and may as well go out in a blaze of glory, given the slim chances of the small crew that was riding & defending the tanker. Possibly he also wanted revenge on the Humungus gang for killing his dog and destroying his car, and the best revenge he could enact on them, besides killing as many of them as possible, was to make sure they didn't get the gas either, so that they too were left without getting what they wanted. His line "Believe me, I haven't got a choice" when asked why he wants to drive the truck leaves his motives ambiguous. Another interpretation is that since everything he had is gone ("got all I need here") referring to his vehicle, he had no choice but to drive the rig and hopefully get a new vehicle out of it. Because of his past, being with others is not an option.
However the voiceover at the beginning states that this was Max 'learning to live again'. Noticeably he saves the Feral Kid and spares the life of the Gyro Captain, ultimately he is the saviour for the settlers whom he realises are the hope for a new and better world. Whilst the original Mad Max featured the crumbling of civilization and Max's loss of humanity all of the sequels feature him regaining his humanity and restoring what was lost. However he does not go with the settlers in the end suggesting the process is still far from complete.
The theme of a burned-out loner helping out a rag-tag group of people is an old one in cinema. Some other movies to watch for similar themes include The Seven Samurai & Yojimbo by Akira Kurosawa, and also countless westerns. The novels of Mad Max 2 and 3 give some background to Max' history: in the 2nd book Max remembers his boss losing control of the MFP after Max's wife and son were killed as society fell apart further. In the 3rd novel it states that after the death of his family and his revenge on the Toecutter's gang "the world had finally blown itself to Hell a few weeks later it had seemed only fitting. He had taken off alone into the wastes and lived there ever since". An Australian Cattle Dog or "Blue Heeler", as it's known in its native land. The dog the producers got for the film was known simply as "Dog" and was retrieved at a local pound where he was scheduled to be euthanized the next day. The production's animal wrangler (trainer) found that the dog could be easily trained for the film. After the film was done, it found a home on a local ranch. "THE VERMIN HAVE INHERITED THE EARTH". It was likely painted on there by someone who thought of marauders like Wez & the Humungus to be the vermin of the world following the apocalypse, the type of thugs who rape & kill for fuel. In the middle of the 80s Mad Max 2 got edited in a special version for TV. The first channel which aired this version was NBC, later the Australian Network 10 as well. This version is censored in nearly every scene containing violence but offers different camera angles and complete alternative scenes which are unique in this way. These scenes were re-inserted to the movie to enlarge him to its original runtime whereas some of these scenes would have been good for the original version as well. As most movie fans should know, Mel Gibson's appearance as The Road Warrior had to be softened in two scenes (arrow in the arm + boomerang in the head) in order to receive an R-Rating. The original version also features some more plot material. Papagallo's motivational speech is longer in three parts. a5c7b9f00b
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