A Critic’s Dozen: Best Films of 2015

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1. Mad Max: Fury Road Fury Road is the reason we go to the cinema. A modern day Stagecoach that is no doubt likely to resurrect a lost old school style and flare of the action genre. Director George Miller gives us something that we can celebrate, that is after we catch our breath. We pick up with Max (Tom Hardy) being captured by a group of war boys and taken to the Citadel ruled by the evil monger Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). You may recognize Keays-Byrne from the first Mad Max, he played the villain Toecutter in the 1979
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Mad Max: Fury Road

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You’ve probably heard it all about Mad Max: Fury Road.  “Non-stop action thrill-ride.” “Best summer movie in years.” “Genius” “Masterpiece.”  ALL TRUE. The almost unanimous early buzz shouldn’t be seen as mere fanboy hyperbole, but serve as a ringing endorsement to get off your butt and go see this movie on the big screen. It’s really hard to find a critique of a film that is almost perfect in every way.  Fury Road is the reason we go to the cinema.  A modern day Stagecoach that is no doubt likely to resurrect a lost old school style and flare of
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