Join me for the second of the Mad Max films: Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. It’s the heartwarming tale of a group of car enthusiasts looking for love and juice* in the post-apocalypse.
* I think they’re saying “juice”; they have pretty thick accents. It might be “Jews” or possibly “deuce”.
I lament the ’80s fashions, but I call the film “best of its kind” and “nearly perfect”. I compare it to Mad Max, westerns, samurai pictures, Star Wars, war movies, Jesus, Moses, The Matrix, Die Hard, and—eventually—Citizen Kane. And I gush about the cinematography like I never have any other film.
Start the commentary after the Warner Brothers logo, on the countdown.
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Are you going to do a commentary on Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome?