where to watch the Mad Max saga

An unmissable opportunity to delve into the collection of films that gave life to this iconic franchise.

With the anticipated launch of Furious just a few days away, fans of the action genre and the post-apocalyptic universe of Mad Max You have an unmissable opportunity to delve into the collection of films that gave life to this iconic franchise: Mad Max (1979), Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1982) and Mad Max: Fury Road (2015).

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Mad Max offers an unparalleled cinematic experience, packed with fast-paced action, stunning chase sequences and a visually stunning aesthetic that has captivated audiences around the world. From the groundbreaking original Mad Max to the award-winning Mad Max: Fury Road, each installment provides a unique perspective on the dystopian world created by the visionary director. George Miller.

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Curiosities you should know before enjoying the Mad Max collection at Max

Inspiration: As mentioned George Miller In several interviews, he got the idea to make this film from watching hospital patients suffer numerous motorcycle and car accidents while working as an emergency room doctor. Most of the injuries he saw were included in the film.

Real extras: In the first film, many of the extras who played the motorcycle gang were members of Australian motorcycle clubs and rode their own motorcycles in the film. Some were even asked to travel on their motorcycles from their residences in Sydney to filming locations in Melbourne.

Hugh Keays-Byrne: Hugh Keays-Byrnewho played Toecutter in the first Mad Max film, returned to the series to play Immortan Joe in Mad Max: Fury Road, becoming the only actor to appear in more than one film in the saga in leading roles.

Iconic soundtrack: Music has played an important role in the Mad Max saga. The score for the first film was composed by Brian May while Mad Max: Fury Road had a soundtrack created by Junkie XL.

Recognition and awards: Despite their focus on action and violence, the Mad Max films have received critical acclaim and won numerous awards, including Academy Awards. Mad Max: Fury Road won six Oscars, including Best Production Design, Best Sound Editing, and Best Sound Mixing.

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