On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:
One of our most anticipated movies of the Summer may have just become one of the best movies of the year. With levels of hype that seemed unachievable, Fury Road surpassed expectations and has become an incredible success. The film manages to not only be cinematically impressive, but has pleased audiences and critics while delivering a surprising amount of depth. Hard to imagine in modern day filmmaking, George Miller, using very little dialogue, tackles themes of equality, value, and societal direction. It all adds up to more than we could hope to talk about in one episode.
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Reel World Theology #062 – Mad Max: Fury Road and Cinematic Milestones
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This weeks panel included Laura Fissel, Mark Wingerter, and Blaine Grimes.
Podcast Notes and Links:
Mad Max: Fury Road on IMDB
Mad Max: Fury Road on Rotten Tomatoes
Mad Max on Wikipedia
Mad Max: Fury Road Review at Reel World Theology
Why Mad Max: Fury Road will be the Movie of the Summer at Norville Rogers
Mad Max’s Apocalyptic World Tells Us Where We Think We’ll Find Salvation at The Washington Post
We Are Not Things: Why Mad Max: Fury Road is More Than Just A Great Action Movie at Christ and Pop Culture
We Are Not Things: Women As Depicted In Mad Max: Fury Road & Transformers at Movie Mezzanine