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  1. chanandre's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    [CinePop] Lord of Flies meets Star Wars. Goonies daydream of Fury Road. Beginning lusts after End. Finished the tetralogy finally and saw the lot on theaters. This is the best cinematic Saga of the 70s, 80s (or 90s for that matter) sorry Alien, Blade Runner, Terminator, Star Wars, etc. This takes the trophy home. (Review to be continued...)

  2. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  3. PenteDois's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    What a bad sequel to the amazing movie Mad Max 2 is. The final racing/action sequence is pretty good though.

  4. SeemsLikeFun's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    I want so much to be able to be an apologist for this, but I can't. It doesn't know whether it wants to be a gritty sci fi action film or a Saturday morning cartoon.

  5. James Mackin's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    The Thunderdome sequence, and everything before that, is really good. And Tina Turner is a hoot. But everything after that is just really weird, and probably shouldn't have happened. Mad Max shouldn't work with kids.

  6. Kelvin Thompson's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    1-2. So very many strange creative decisions, especially given that this is a Mad Max film. Aside from the clumsy, jokey way it handles the titular concept of Thunderdome, the real thing that sinks this movie is the children. They bring with them a whole host of jarringly out-of-place whimsical moments that feel more appropriate for a Spielberg film than Mad Max. Max deserved more.

  7. Kk Soft Boss's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  8. ceknklsn's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  9. Ethan's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    This is the most tame entry of the Mad Max franchise. It's more like an adventure film than a gritty apocalyptic death match.

  10. Mariana Basílio's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  11. Masoud N's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    You take your chances with the law, justice is only a roll of the dice. A flip of the coin. A turn... of the Wheel.

  12. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Concerned more with vision than action and grittiness but still good (4.1/5)

  13. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Title doesn't mean anything; a clue that the film is essentially a thrown-together jumble of different ideas intended to keep the series moving. First act is a post-Conan fantasy epic; second act turns into a Lord of the Flies survival drama; third act is just a lazy recycling of the same second-hand set-pieces from The Road Warrior. Miller tries to fit Max into a post Spielberg/Lucas landscape, but fails miserably.

  14. Gonçalo Rosas's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    (Generous) 5 - The worst entry in the series, but not a complete disaster. The set design and costuming are as lovely as ever and the first act is very enjoyable for what it is ("Lite Max"). It's when the film moves past the dome fight and into post-apocalyptic Peter Pan territory that it begins to unwind, and the whole thing promptly succumbs to a major identity crisis; caught between grit and banal geniality.

  15. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Forgoing the focused intensity of The Road Warrior, Miller's 3rd entry into the legend of Rockatansky is more epic than ever. With a compelling villain & an energy-subplot that sort of works, the film's insanity comes to an early peak in the bungee cord battle. But once it leaves Bartertown it becomes a creepy & compelling spin on Lord Of The Flies. It may be flawed but it makes up for it all in the final chase.

  16. Scorpio Velvet's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  17. film_lies101's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Just because the costumes and production design are the best of the first three. Oh and in hindsight, the film is still a Mad Max film even though a bunch of kids are in it

  18. Richard Punch's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    All our lives hang by a thread. Now we got a man waiting for sentence. But ain't it the truth: you take your chances with the law, justice is only a roll of the dice. A flip of the coin. A turn... of the Wheel.

  19. Damek's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    This Max film has some great moments, but there's so much unnecessary faff, and looks plot movement, it really gets lost more than it finds its mark. I do like the end chase and way it wraps up, though.

  20. Diego Carrera's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    I didn't get what the heck is this, it feels like a short film extended to a feature length! Maurice Jarre's unstoppable soundtrack sounds like a piece of some fantasy film made especially for vhs release only and it's purely annoying. Those poor action scenes! Those muttering, grumbling children! And Tina Turner is one bad actress.

  21. jeanlice's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

  22. Igor Leoni's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    The kids are just like the Ewoks in Return of the Jedi. They ruin the movie in the minute they appear.

  23. yuriwalker's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Kind of movie that bring happy-feeling to me. Fuck taste, 9/10.

  24. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

    Lo mejor es su primera media hora. Es el mundo que se introduce al universo steampunk. La lógica es que, ya décadas post-decadencia, la tecnología está evolucionando aunque con precariedad. Turner, el enano y el gigante, ambos de una personalidad poderosa. La lucha en la jaula, las leyes de una "constitución"; son atractivas. La otra parte, una fábula a lo Peter Pan. Eran los 80, tenía que ser comercial (menos gore).

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