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Furiosa A Mad Max Saga Review : Neither Thrills nor Repulse

Furiosa A Mad Max Saga Review : Neither Thrills nor Repulse



Movie Rating: 2.5/5


Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Burke, Alyla Browne

Technician Details:

Director: George Miller Writers: George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nico Lathouris Producer: Doug Mitchell, George Miller  Cinematographer: Simon Duggan Editor: Margaret Sixel  Composer: Tom Holkenborg


“Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is a thrilling and action-packed addition to the Mad Max franchise, giving fans of the series another dose of adrenaline-pumping mayhem, but it has not reached expectations on Mad Max Fury Road which is the biggest hit in Indian Cinema. Directed by George Miller, the film takes us back to the post-apocalyptic wasteland where the ruthless warlord, Immortan Joe, rules with an iron fist.

It is a prequel to the Movie “Mad Max – Fury Road (2015)” where the story is about Imperator Furiosa (played by Charlize Theron), a fearless warrior who rebels against Immortan Joe and escapes with his five wives in tow. Along the way, they encounter Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), a lone drifter haunted by his past, who joins forces with Furiosa in their quest for freedom.

This Film Furiosa which title describes Furiosa, Anya Taylor-Joy as Elder Imperator Furiosa and Alyla Browne as young Furiosa, It revolves around Furiosa, which tells us where she came from and how she faces hurdles in her life till Mad Max Fury Road, Sequel. 

At Post Credit, You will watch the entire Mad Max Fury Road Movie which is used by Director George Miller to Connect with Mad Max Fury Road, but if who doesn’t watch an earlier movie then it will be incoherent to the Viewers who watch this movie directly. 

The movie’s Screenplay is written based on the US Audience’s point of view, where it won’t connect with the Indian Audience due to a lack of Emotions and Fast Narration, Low Octane Action Sequences which the Indian Audience expected from Mad Max Fury Road. 

Some Scenes make you feel bored and some scenes may thrill but after watching a movie you feel that you are watching as it High Drama Movie with Action Sequences. In some scenes, VFX works passable.

The film does not have much non-stop thrill ride from start to finish, nor with jaw-dropping action sequences, some small pulse-pounding car chases, and intense hand-to-hand combat. 

The visuals are stunning, with the sandy landscapes of the wasteland serving as the perfect backdrop for the gritty and intense story. The practical effects and stunts are top-notch, creating a sense of realism that is often lacking in CGI-heavy blockbusters.

Anya Taylor-Joy delivers a nice performance as Furiosa, bringing depth and complexity to the character that elevates her beyond the typical action hero. Tom Burke also shines as Praetorian Jack, the love interest of Furiosa, captured and tortured and killed to death by Dementus played by Chris Hemsworth who is more a comedy character than a serious Antagonist. 

The supporting cast, including Lachy Hulme as Immortan Joe who is replaced by Hugh Keays Byrne (1947-2020), also deliver strong performances, adding layers to the complex world of the Mad Max universe. The chemistry between the characters is palpable, making their relationships feel authentic and compelling.

George Miller’s direction is masterful in other franchisees but not in this, as he expertly weaves together the various elements of the film to create a seamless and exhilarating experience. The pacing is somewhat tight, never letting up on the tension and suspense, while the cinematography is breathtaking, capturing the desolate beauty of the wasteland in all its glory.

The score by Tom Holkenborgis pulse-pounding and immersive, adding to the intensity of the action and heightening the emotional beats of the story. The sound design is also top-notch, with every explosion, gunshot, and revving engine feeling visceral and impactful.

Overall, “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” is a worthy addition to the Mad Max franchise, but not delivering on the promise of its predecessors while also forging its path. It’s a normal thrilling and visceral experience that will leave audiences sick from start to finish.


Rating: I would give “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” a 2.5 out of 5 stars. It’s a passable movie that does not deliver on all fronts, nor does having breathtaking action sequences to its compelling characters and emotional depth. Fans of the Mad Max franchise will disappointed, as this time George Miller does not prove why he is a master of the genre.

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