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Old 08-24-2015, 10:33 AM
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George Miller returns to his apocalyptic vision of the future with the high-octane 'Mad Max: Fury Road'. E says this may be the best action film of the decade. Don't miss his 2D and 3D reviews.

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Old 08-24-2015, 10:40 AM
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I regret not seeing this in the theaters. I need to get it on release day.
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Can't wait for this!! One of my favorite, if not, my favorite summer blockbuster and movie of the year. This will be getting lots of play in my home!
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Saw it twice at the movies (once with a mate and the second by myself). Enjoyed it a lot both times. Scratch that, loved it a lot. Probably my favorite movie of the year. And also one of my all time, as well. Am having difficulty thinking of cons, it's a flawless movie from start to finish, imo, it's worth seeing just for the guitar guy.
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I gotta see if I bite the bullet and pay the premium for the 3D blu ray or regular version. I've bought 3D movies in the past with the idea I will eventually get a 3D TV in the future. But $34.99 is expensive
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I lost count of the times I saw this in the theater. This was a movie that my wife and I couldn't get enough of. Come home from work, realize we had time to walk to the theater for an evening show... one more viewing down and we never got tired of it. I'm pretty sure there is going to be a more elaborate release down the road, but I'll risk the eventual double dip as I don't think I'll be able to hold out from getting this title on release day.
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Old 08-24-2015, 11:54 AM
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I gotta see if I bite the bullet and pay the premium for the 3D blu ray or regular version. I've bought 3D movies in the past with the idea I will eventually get a 3D TV in the future. But $34.99 is expensive
I think the best deal I've seen for the 3d bd is $30 at Target and Amazon: http://www.target.com/p/mad-max-fury...l/-/A-31167478 | http://www.amazon.com/Mad-Max-Fury-B...dp/B00XQ141W8/

Am not sure who price matched who (am guessing amazon did).

I haven't made the move to 3d yet (probably never will if had to be honest), I'll be getting the regular 2d version.
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Old 08-24-2015, 11:57 AM
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I think the best deal I've seen for the 3d bd is $30 at Target and Amazon: http://www.target.com/p/mad-max-fury...7&term=mad+max

http://www.amazon.com/Mad-Max-Fury-B...ywords=mad+max

Am not sure who price matched who (am guessing amazon did).

I haven't made the move to 3d yet (probably never will if had to be honest), I'll be getting the regular 2d version.
Thanks for the links. I have two $5 giftcards to Target so I may use them on that.
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Expect this one to be dipped on multiple times. Warner usually does not do that like other studios but with 5 star ratings for movie, pq and aq this may be the next golden goose.

Thanks E for bringing this review to us, we're all drooling now.
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