Fury Road was about following a nuclear widespread destruction that may cause the collapse of the people, through the aid of nuclear weapons. Max is a survivor that has been arrested by War Boys, the soldiers of the autocratic Immortan Joe, and brought to Joe's Citadel. Selected as a general blood benefactor, Max was jailed and used being the blood bag for an ill war boy named as Nux. In the meantime, one of Joe's lieutenants, Imperator Furiosa, was sent in her tough semi-truck called as the war rig, to take gasoline. When she takes off-route, Joe understands that his 5 wives—women chosen for breeding were missing. Joe heads his whole army in hunt of Furiosa, naming on the aid of close Bullet Farm and the Gas Town.
The stars were awesome and somewhat performed an amazing job to initiate them all almost directly and get perfect in the action. Max and Furiosa were great and really likable personalities. Even the rogue was great too, although he wasn't that special, but was an impressive threat throughout the movie. Nothing really lets the film down and everything really works, such a great time and the best cinema experience this year so far. While watching the movie, it is not sure what to expect since it is the latest sample of Hollywood repeating a good and successful film franchise exclusively for profit. It's repetitive, mindless, action, series melded in between overused clichés and horrible acting. One of the appeals of this cycle is watching the outlandish road medium that is in used, and in this the film mostly delivers. The movie is absolutely loveable, with intense action from beginning to end and didn't dim down at all, that created a ridiculous moment of watching. The great performances of the characters were really awesome on screen and if there was a Twisted Metal film, probably, this is would be it.