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A great follow up to the first Mad Max movie. I never saw the ending coming, which is hard to do these days! Poor Max, always getting involved when he clearly doesn't want to bePublished 13 hours ago by jlsaiber
What is the greatest car chase scene ever made? “Bullitt”? “Ronin”? “Duel”? Or “The French Connection”? The question is hard to answer, but “Mad Max 2” would not be a bad choice. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Tsuyoshi
Saw it when initially released...still one of the best action movies.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
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|Looking forward to this, but how about Mad Max on Blu-ray?||
I noticed what I thought was an extra scene in the Blu-ray Road Warrior compared to the DVD. After Max leaves the outpost and crashes, the Helicopter Pilot sees a tower of smoke, and realizes it is Max. I don't recall this scene from the US release version. It changes the effect of watching... Read More
Jan 29, 2008 by A Movie Lover | See all 5 posts
|the road warrior hd||
The actual aspect ratio for this is the original 2.40:1, source HighDefDigest.com.
May 14, 2007 by Stephen Keck | See all 3 posts
|waiting for the ultimate collection (Blu-ray)||
A box set of all three films is unlikely. While "The Road Warrior" and "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" are released by Warner Home Video, the original "Mad Max" is released by MGM. So as you can see, there is a little corporate mix-up involved in putting all three out...
May 4, 2009 by C. D. Malin | See all 4 posts
|This is one of those movies that made me fall in love with film!||
The sound effects are still there and they do sound good. Not outstanding though. The picture quality of the HD-DVD is fantastic. In the sound department, we're talking about DVD quality "only". But this is complaining on a very high level. This movie on HD-DVD is a must have.
Jul 1, 2007 by Home Cinema | See all 2 posts
Agreed. A worthy companion to the end.
Sep 7, 2009 by Christian Davis | See all 3 posts