Guy Ritchie directs with a deft touch, allowing things to move at a rapid clip while maintaining a light, sometimes humorous tone.
The film offers everything one could ask for from popcorn entertainment and its brand of action feels fresh and freewheeling.
Parents will get more pleasure out of their children's reactions than from the film itself.
Too many elements that made the first film an enjoyable experience are missing.
A reminder that an "old fashioned" movie can be affecting and effective when the filmmaker understands the value of understatement.
Affecting without being overly sentimental, humorous without being inappropriately comedic, and quirky without being self-indulgent.
Mad Max: Fury Road delivers. This drives the concept of the "summer spectacle" to its apex.
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