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Mad Max Trilogy (Mad Max / The Road Warrior / Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome) [Blu-ray]

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Before Mel Gibson forged his place in Hollywood history, he fired up the screen in his now-iconic role as Max Rockatansky. Here, all three Mad Max films are presented together on Blu-rayTM for the first time in one collectible set.

Special Features

"This nonstop collection includes: MAD MAX - Special Features: Commentary by Jon Dowding, David Eggby, Chris Murray and Tim Ridge; Mad Max: The Film PhenomenonFeaturette THE ROAD WARRIOR - Special Features: Commentary by Director George Miller and Cinematographer Dean Semler; Introduction by Leonard Maltin; Theatrical Trailer MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME - First time on Blu-rayTM!"

Product Details

  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Limited Edition, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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    Restricted
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 4, 2013
  • Run Time: 295 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BLRXDTQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,723 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Andre Dursin on June 6, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Soon after George Miller's "Mad Max" and "The Road Warrior" burst onto the cinematic landscape in the early `80s, they ushered in a whole new genre of thrillers where warring gangs ruled the roads, fighting for gasoline and whatever scraps of food were left behind by scavengers. Many of those imitators have been (deservedly) forgotten as the years have passed, yet the MAD MAX TRILOGY itself remains a favorite of fans, with Miller's brilliantly edited set-pieces keeping viewers enthralled despite the familiar settings of a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Warner Home Video's newly-released Blu-Ray box-set of the "Mad Max Trilogy" offers - in a single, three-disc Blu-Ray case (housed inside a slightly unattractive oversized tin) - a reprise of MGM's original "Mad Max" BD; a new AVC encode of "The Road Warrior," premiering here with a DTS MA soundtrack; and the HD debut of the third film in the series, "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome."

The original MAD MAX finds Mel Gibson launching his career as a tough cop in a world where unhinged loonies - including Hugh Keays-Byrne as the nefarious "Toecutter" - attack unsuspecting motorists and innocent civilians. Max's battles with his own bosses - desperately hoping to keep "heroes" on the road - are contrasted with the violent attacks of the gangs, and once Max's partner is killed and his wife and child targeted by the thugs, Max turns from desperation to anger in a soon-to-be-post-apocalyptic society quickly spiraling out of control.

Though "Mad Max"'s world is only semi-futuristic compared to the films that followed, it's still a bleak, and captivating, environment that Miller captured on-screen - particularly considering the era in which the movie was originally released.
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Format: Blu-ray
Since "Fury Road" (the fourth Mad Max film) is up for release next year, this three-disc collection serves up the first "trilogy" of Mad Max films from 1978-1985 to attract new fans. Two of the three movies ("Mad Max" and "The Road Warrior", aka "Mad Max 2") have been released on Blu-ray already, and the content of those two discs remains mostly the same. In fact, "Mad Max" is basically the same disc with new artwork, but "The Road Warrior" features slightly better video quality (due to a new encoding) and a terrific new lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio track. The bonus features on both discs are identical.

The third film, "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome", is new to Blu-ray and debuts as part of this collection. Sadly, the only extra is the film's trailer (older releases, including the DVD, were the same way), but at least the A/V quality is quite good. Other than that, this three-disc collection is packaged in a nice metal tin and looks cool.

If you already own the first two films on Blu-ray, this might be tough to recommended. I didn't, so it was worth the price of admission. All three films hold up pretty well, especially due to the great A/V presentation that a quality Blu-ray treatment can provide.
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First thing's first: this US Blu-Ray set is 100% NOT Region Free.

MAD MAX is Region A locked, so do not buy this set if you don't own a multi-region or Region A compatible Blu-Ray player. MAD MAX 2/THE ROAD WARRIOR and MAD MAX: BEYOND THUNDERDOME however, are both Region Free!

Right, onto the films and the set itself.

MAD MAX: The first movie is fantastic: a jaw-dropping action film like no other, made at a time without CGI, when stunt men and women really put their lives in danger, for our entertainment.

The disc allows viewers to watch the film in the original Australian audio-track in a newly-created DTS HD Master Audio 6.1 soundtrack or dual-mono if you prefer, or the horrifically awful US English Dub, (in dual-mono only) in which many of the characters are dubbed into American English. Not only does it sound terrible as a soundtrack, it's a pretty ropey dub. Considering all the dubbers had to do was translate Australian English into American English, it really shouldn't have been that hard. But boy, oh, boy, do the dubbers monumentally screw this up!

Stick to the original Australian, and you won't go wrong. It's a meaty, beefy, loud and monsterous sounding 6.1 track, and the throng of the car and bike engines really feel like they're being revved in your living room! (Other audio track and subtitle options are available, including English Subs for the Deaf and Hard Of Hearing.)

The picture looks very good, but I'm sure it could be improved, if someone was willing to give it the time and care it needed. I have no idea if the Blu-Ray 1080p print is taken from a 35mm Master Negative, or not, but whilst it looks clear and crisp, it probably could look even better. Still, you won't be too disappointed.
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Great films at a good price, glad to see these classics out on Blu Ray. But... someone please explain to me what the deal is with that steelbox? I mean, there's no hinge, and the back part has the outer ridge extending from both sides of the central divider- I don't know what it's supposed to be. When you put the Blu Ray case inside it, the back has this hollow space in it so if you have your discs together on a shelf, the disc next to the Mad Max steelbox slips into the hollow and you can't see it. Maybe it's supposed to be an ashtray or a candy dish, I don't know what it's supposed to be. It's seems like a total waste of time and (my) money- I wish they would have left it off and discounted another buck or two off the price. It's just going to end up in the bin unless someone can give me some good use for it... let me know what your ideas are....
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