Why is mad max beyond thunderdome considered bad by fans?

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  • 2 months ago
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    Because it had a bad reception on opening weekend with reviews

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  • Olive
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    2 months ago

    I didnt think it was to bad

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  • 2 months ago

    Its definitely the weakest of the 4 films, imo.. once he leaves Thunderdome halfway through the film, it gets pretty boring

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  • 2 months ago

    The movie is arguably the most critically acclaimed installment in the franchise. It's deeper than just kinetic car chases, and that kind of spread very fast among fans who saw it. Many people considered it very boring.  

    It wasn't Mad Max or The Road Warrior, and that became obvious very fast. Most fans were waiting for those low camera angles, highly kinetic car chases, mangled metal and inspired deaths...it just never happened. But, that was never the intent of the movie. It was more about what happened to the world, the future, and how people still matter despite how seemingly unimportant they may appear. Max was used to help convey the message. 

    Fury Road looked like an attempt to give fans an overload of car chases, crashes, and deaths. It was too over-the-top for me. 

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