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Mad Max 4 good and bad news.

Postby mac afee » Sun Jun 06, 2004 11:46 am

mad max on acid?.......wasnt thunderdome.....exploring that?
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Postby Bubba Fat » Sun Jun 06, 2004 12:22 pm

FURY ROAD MIGHT BE AN EXCELLENT MOVIE, EVEN WITHOUT MR. GIBSON. I'M NOT IN NEED OF SEEING HIM!Image
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Postby Thunderdome » Mon Jun 07, 2004 12:11 am

Quote: Originally posted by Bubba Fat on 07 June 2004



FURY ROAD MIGHT BE AN EXCELLENT MOVIE, EVEN WITHOUT MR. GIBSON. I'M NOT IN NEED OF SEEING HIM!Image






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Postby Blackonblack » Mon Jun 07, 2004 9:49 am



All these comments are the same that James Bond fans made when Sean Connery left the saga. But James Bond still lives.


I would give Miller an oportunity to make a prequel ( Yes, I reckon MM1 was always my favourite in the saga, with the beautiful V8 glancing in black, newly painted ), and see what happens. Star Wars have had a prequel with high success, and it was an interesting feeling to see Darth Vader as a child, and later as a young lad. You could always have the MFP in its glory, and the film ending with a new recruit who joins the corps....called Max Rockatansky


I bet that if the film keeps the realistic pursuits and speed feeling, it will be a blast anyway.


What I doubt, however, is if they will be able to find a good set of vehicles of the 80s to recreate the ambience. But hell, they'v done it with other films, so....


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Postby Bubba Fat » Tue Jun 08, 2004 10:41 am

I would die to see a spin off of the Mad Max trilogy, (why not without Gibson, Max died) and the story plays in a very distant future where cars are already replaced by futuristic looking and ultra fast vehicles.





In fact a kind of a SW podrace emended by Dr. Miller. Yeeeeeeeeessssss!!!Image
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Postby rockatansky4073 » Tue Jun 08, 2004 11:14 am



I don't wanna see Futuristic vehicles, and i hope the MAD MAX series never goes the 'BLADE RUNNER' way.


Thats one of the many reasons i hate THUNDERDOME, What the f**k are they driving? f**king cages with wheels, you couldn't recognise a single type of vehicle, cept maybe a couple of F 100's here and there.


I want MAD MAX 2, where your dad and his mate would spend the whole movie trying to name the cars, without their badges or indicator lights to tell 'em what they were.


I don't want a single vehicle in MM 4, made after 1980.
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Postby Bubba Fat » Tue Jun 08, 2004 12:31 pm

Originally Miller always wanted futuristic looking vehicles in his films. Only the lack of money forced him to use existing cars and motorcycles. That's true Rock, believe it or not but it was always a frustration for him that MM1 and 2 weren't futuristic enough.
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Postby Foxtrot X-Ray » Tue Jun 08, 2004 4:10 pm

How glad I am that Miller didn't have the budget to do Bladerunner style cars.


I just don't think the movies would have had NEAR the following that they did with vehicles like that.


I certainly wouldn't have found them as interesting.


I think one of the things that makes these Science Fiction Films so good is the LACK of Science Fiction. (Other than a few unlikely vehicular technologies)


Makes the films so much easier to believe.. so much more transporting





The tube framed & caged vehicles seemed a logical progression to me, Rock.


How realistic would shiny, undamaged, stock sheetmetal wearing cars be 20 years after a total economic collapse & nuclear war?


Yes, they'd be prettier, but is Pretty very likely after the Pockyclips?





I mean.. Look how battered 20 year old cars usually are in OUR world, Yes??


Now imagine 20 years of constant use with NO bodyshops, car washes and only the driver's own resourcefullness for repairs..


And all the while, people trying to knock you off the road & kill you.





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Postby Bubba Fat » Tue Jun 08, 2004 5:02 pm

You're right, but I didn't think of clean Blade Runner vehicles. I thought of something really worn, but futuristic anyway.
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Postby Foxtrot X-Ray » Tue Jun 08, 2004 10:24 pm

Sorry Bubba, but I just can't imagine the Futuristic car thing working.. even if the cars themselves were "Aged"





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