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Mad Max

Mad Max

Written By:George Miller - 1980

  • Mad Max - George Miller cover

    MGM - 2001

  • Mad Max - George Miller cover

    Vestron - 1988

  • Mad Max - George Miller cover

    Goodtime - 1993

  • Mad Max - George Miller cover

    Vestron - 1983

  • Mad Max - George Miller cover

    Goodtimes - 1999


Synopsis

MGM - 2001

In the ravaged near future, a savage motorcycle gang rules the road. Terrorizing innocent civilians while tearing up the streets, the ruthless gang laughs in the face of a police force hell-bent on stopping them. But they underestimate one officer: Max Rockatansky (Gibson). And when the bikers brutalize Max's best friend and family, they send him into a mad frenzy that leaves him with only one thing left in the world to live for—revenge!

Vestron - 1988

In this desolate wasteland, all that remains is the highways of the Australian outback, the scene of bizarre death chases between vicious rebel bikers and the police who guard what is left of civilization. Max is a gung-ho young cop, the best of his squad. But when Max's best friend on the force is killed, Max hangs up his guns, taking his wife and young child across the country on a long-needed vacation. But the renegade gang isn't through with Max just yet...

The action becomes explosive and MAD MAX goes on his rampage of revenge, taking over the last of the powerful police cars and tearing up the highways in a supercharged last-ditch pursuit.

Blurb

MGM - 2001

"A riveting classic." —The New York Times

Setting Mel Gibson on a sure path to superstardom, this highly acclaimed "crazy collide-o-scope" (Newsweek) of highway mayhem "cinematically defined the postapocalyptic landscape" (TV Guide). Featuring eye-popping stunts that are "electrifying and very convincing" (Variety) and "an authentically nihilistic spirit" (The Village Voice), Mad Max is "pure cinematic poetry" (Time).

Vestron - 1988

Mel Gibson is "Mad Max" in the thrilling predecessor to "The Road Warrior."

Mel Gibson (The Road Warrior, Gallipoli, The Year of Living Dangerously) introduces the character of Max in this full-speed futuristic epic, a bleak, decaying landscape of the post-nuclear future that continues in "The Road Warrior." MAD MAX is the dark vision of this stark future, a high-speed, high-intensity film that became an instant cult classic.

A spectacular, savage film of raw, ripping power and energy.

Goodtime - 1993

The film that started it all

Mel Gibson sizzles in this cult classic that made him an international superstar. It is sometime in the near future. The interstate highways have become white-line nightmares, the stage for a strange death game between nomad bikers and a handful of cops in supercharged cars with an abundance of weaponry. Weary of the carnage, top cop Max (Gibson) resigns from the force to travel cross-country with his wife and child. But just as the dark memories of the past are erased, a chance meeting with a renegade band of cyclists starts Max on a path of explosive vengeance. A brilliant mix of action and emotion, "Mad Max" brings a hazy vision of an apocalyptic world into stark, startling focus.

Vestron - 1983

In this full-speed futuristic epic, Mel Gibson (The Road Warrior, Gallipoli, The Year of Living Dangerously) introduces the character of Max — bleak, decaying landscape of the post-nuclear future that continues in "The Road Warrior." MAD MAX is the dark vision of this stark future, a high-speed, high-intensity film that became an instant cult classic.

Goodtimes - 1999

The one that started it all.

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Other Titles in the Mad Max list

1     Mad Max

2     Road Warrior, The

3     Beyond Thunderdome