‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Honest Trailer Describes Movie As ‘The Mario Kart Game From Hell’
“Mad Max: Fury Road” has previously got a Mario Kart revamp, and presently the Honest Trailer for the blockbuster which comes from the director “Happy Feet” plunges into what is been delineated as a two-hour, infernal genre of the Nintendo racing game. Read on for more details.
Now the superb news, Honest Trailer really hasn’t done much to criticize “Mad Max: Fury Road” one of the best action blockbusters we’ve ever seen. Yet, it preferably just nudges fun at definite components, like the countless assemblage of grunts by Tom Hardy.
THR cites that the movie has got its own Honest Trailer, in which it’s described as “the Mario Kart game from hell.”
Ever since the summer blockbuster made its debut, it has been extolled as a feminist success and tough Academic Award contestant. EW also cites that the Honest Trailer released by Screen Junkies is just a two-hour chase scene from the game. However, the trailer might make you awestruck about the undue use of gasoline and wasted water in the world where both are valuable materials.
The Honest Trailer has also pointed out that Max Rockatansky is part of a side protagonist in the movie, which carries his name. Well, that’s true; Max plays the role of an observer more than protagonist for most of the Mad Max movies starting from “The Road Warrior” to others.
Although “Mad Max: Fury Road” is an astounding film of the two-hour nonstop action scene, and it is, doesn’t mean that it would certainly lack some comic relief. And as far as the Honest Trailer is concern it’s just a great one serving as an ideal canapé for the upcoming home version of the movie, which will be released on DVD/Blu-ray on Sep.1, 2015.
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