“Oh what a day, what a lovely day!” We review George Miller’s long awaited Mad Max sequel — Fury Road! How does Fury Road honor its source material while also charting a new course for action films? Does its treatment of women make it a “feminist film”? And what’s the story behind Doof Warrior, the onesie flamethrower guitarist? In the INFINITE CROSSOVER CHAMBER, who’s the better hero — Fury Road’s Furiosa or The Road Warrior’s Max Rockatansky? We step on the gas for our top 5 crazy vehicles.
- 0:00 - 26:10: Mad Max: Fury Road (non-spoilers)
- 26:11 - 53:40: Mad Max: Fury Road (spoilers)
- 53:41 - 1:03:37: INFINITE CROSSOVER CHAMBER: Fury Road VS. Road Warrior
- 1:03:38 - 1:20:56: Top 5 Crazy Vehicles
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Top 5 Crazy Vehicles
- TARDIS (Doctor Who)
- Batmobile (Batman)
- DeLorean (Back to the Future)
- Boat (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory)
- Optimus Prime (Transformers)
- DeLorean (Back to the Future Part II)
- Tumbler (Batman Begins)
- Podracers (Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace)
- Lightcycle (TRON)
- Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)