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Started to get my hopes up, then.....

Postby Tom Millan » Sun Jun 05, 2005 6:06 am

Quote: Originally posted by Mad Goose on 04 June 2005




Who thinks MM4 will be like another Thunderdome??

I hope not, but since the original creator is dead, the vision of the post apocalypse is dead.

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Which is sad. Only Kennedy knew his Mad Max world 100%. Only Kennedy could have dictated what and how Max would have acted in certain situations. There's only so much that Miller could know of Max- only so much. I strongly believe that Kennedy would have made MM III more serious and more violent. The music would have been more haunting and dynamic at the same time. I think that Kennedy would NOT have had the 'cave kids' act so stupid and corny. I think he would have even had Max lose a limb or an eye or some fingers. I don't think he would have had Tina Turner sing. The title would have been definitely different and finally, the film would have gotten an R rating.





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Started to get my hopes up, then.....

Postby Tom Millan » Sun Jun 05, 2005 6:09 am

Quote: Originally posted by The Toecutter on 04 June 2005


Dude, George Miller is still alive.








Yeah, but he's dedicated his life to making kiddy movies. Maybe he's gone religious or something. Unless there are two George Millers.





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Postby The Toecutter » Sun Jun 05, 2005 11:27 pm

Well, we have the George Miller before 1985, and George Miller after 1985. If you want to argue that route, then yes, you could say he's 'dead'.
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Postby Tom Millan » Mon Jun 06, 2005 6:59 am

Quote: Originally posted by The Toecutter on 06 June 2005Well, we have the George Miller before 1985, and George Miller after 1985. If you want to argue that route, then yes, you could say he's 'dead'.





No no no. I'm not argueing. I'm simply stating that the Mad Max / Road Warrior George Miller is dead. Either I read it in a 1982 Starlog magazine or on the Internet, but, Miller said that he actually detests violent movies. Maybe he did Mad Max 1 and 2 to show the world that they should wise up and cause peace. I don't know. I do know however that Mad Max and Road Warrior were made shortly before the beginning of Video rentals (VHS and Beta) not to mention the rediculous PG-13 Rating. Now that Miller knew that little kiddies and anybody else under 18 could see these extremely violent films, he switched controls and did lighter films.





Do I think that Miller could bring back the Road Warrior quality? No way.





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