Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

Three movies enter, one movie wins. I thought that Beyond Thunderdome was the best of the original trilogy of Mad Max movies. It had the perfect balance of post-apocalyptic-ness and adventure. Tina Turner was a brilliant casting choice for the big bad-gal for the film. Mel Gibson seems to have lightened up a bit from the first two films and was a much more likable character. Plus, I mean this movie has the Thunderdome and the fight against “Master-Blaster”… which is just a totally epic fight. The movie gets a little weird as Mad Max stumbles across a group of wild children, but even that part was pretty interesting. I really liked how the movie ended and just thought the movie as a whole was really fun to the max.


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