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original title: Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
duration: 1h 47min
tags: A lone warrior searching for his destiny...a tribe of lost children waiting for a hero...in a world battling to survive, they face a woman determined to rule.
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The story takes place years after the events that transpired in part two. Max is content with his life out in the wastelands. But one day, the fates would appear. Someone has robbed him of his caravan and his old souped up vehicle (sadly no longer in running condition). When he recovers he finds that all roads lead to one of the last vestiges of civilization, an arm pit called "Bartertown". Whilst in "Bartertown" Max finds the person who cold cocked him but his unable to do anything about it. So, after a brief scuffle with the local authorities Max is taken to meet the "mayor" of "Bartertown" Aunt Enity (Tina Turner). After a brief display of his talents, Enity and Max strike a deal....
Like the other films, the world of Pro Wrestling has taken several themes and characters from this movie (i.e. The Thunderdome and The Master Blasters, etc..). Many knock-offs and wannabes have spawn off of this one as well. It even started up a sub-genre, children living in a post-apocalyptic society films. Not a bad film but die-hards of the first two will be disappointed.
C+ From the opening shot of wandering nomad and mulleted anti-hero Max Rockantansky (Mel Gibson), travelling along the endless Australian plains in a makeshift vehicle put together from spare auto-parts and whatever junk he came across on the road and pulled along by camels, we know that the world George Miller created back in 1979 has descended even further into apocalyptic turmoil, and we are now even further from civilised society than ever before. Max has his vehicle and supplies stolen by Jebediah the Pilot (Bruce Spence), so he is forced to wander barefoot through the desert until he comes across a community dubbed Bartertown, a place where you can trade anything or anyone.
Like the vehicles in the world of Mad Max, Bartertown is hammered together from spare parts. It is ruled by Aunty Entity (Tina Turner), who is locked in a constant power-struggle with Master Blaster, a grotesque tag-team who overlooks the pits below the town where pigs are farmed and harvested for methane gas. Master is a dwarf played by Angelo Rossitto who rides on the back of Blaster, a giant of a man who wears a huge concealing helmet, and is played by Paul Larsson. Master Blaster may be George Miller's most interesting creation, and as Max inevitably faces Blaster is the arena known as the Thunderdome - where all quarrels are concluded as two men enter but only one leaves - one of the most inventive scraps in cinema history plays out, as they bounce at each other on huge elastic bands and hack at each other with all manners of weapons.
Yet that is only half of the film. Miller resigned himself to just directing the action scenes following the tragic death of his friend and location scout Byron Kennedy, so the rest of the film was put in the hands of George Ogilvie. Narrowly escaping Bartertown with his life, Max discovers the young survivors of a plane crash who has developed their own little tribal society, and it's here that the film goes a bit Peter Pan. Whether this was down to Miller's absence or not - Beyond Thunderdome lacks the edge of its predecessors, occasionally dipping into traditional mainstream fantasy fare and losing focus of its antagonists motivation. Still, the film delivers where expected - the action scenes. Again we get a tanker being chased down by an army of baddies in doomsday vehicle's, and again we are treated to some awe-inspiring stunts that hold up even today. It's the weakest of the original trilogy but hugely entertaining stuff. This film has showier stunts than its predecessors, and a better sense of humor. It also has Tina Turner, in chain-mail stockings. Yes! Out at the Burning Man Festival, there is a camp called Deathguild that builds its own Road Warrior style cars and holds nightly battles in its own Thunderdome! Max regained his humanity by realising that the kids needed his help and were helpless in the twisted world they knew nothing of. In the script (and the novel) is a scene cut from the finished movie where Max falls asleep in Crack in the Earth and wakes up after having dreamt of his wife, son and partner Goose. He starts crying, realising that he has become "the same kind of human animal he had always despised, no better than those who had destroyed the ones he loved". Ultimately left up to the viewer to decide but the sight of him walking over the dunes with the spears suggests he returned to live out his life with the Feral Kids as their protector and guide, finally finding a new family and home after all these years. In his speech to the Feral Kids Max tells them "We're going to stay right here, we're going to live a long time and we're all going to be thankful", noticeabley referring to 'We'. They were the descendants of Captain Walker and the surviving crew and passengers of the passenger jet that Walker piloted. The story they tell about the apocalypse and Walker's crash landing in the desert is one that's been handed down through their time living in the canyon. When Savannah (who herself is pregnant) finds Max, she assumes that he's Captain Walker and that he's returned to lead them out of the desert to civilization. Years prior to Max' arrival, Walker and maybe a few of his crew and some of the passengers probably trekked into the desert to find a way back to civilization. During the battle with Blaster in Thunderdome, Max realizes, after knocking Blaster's helmet off, that the man is mentally handicapped. Remember in the last movie Mad Max 2 (1981) was about Max regaining some of the personal humanity he lost in the first movie when he son and wife were murdered. In this film the writers decided to have a scene where Max is again reminded of his compassionate side -- he refuses to kill Blaster because he feels it's wrong to kill a man who doesn't understand the situation he's gotten into. Master had likely thought that Blaster would easily kill Max in the contest but Max outwitted them both with the whistle. Subsequently, the crowd cheers for Max to be let go and a furious Auntie shouts them all down by claiming that Max had reneged. Many people tend to think of a "gulag" as being a Soviet forced labor camp that existed during the era of communism in the Soviet Union in the 1900s however, the actual term itself refers to the government organzation that oversaw the deportation and housing of political prisoners sent to those camps. More info on gulag can be read here.
In the context of this film and Max' sentencing, Auntie & her people are using the term "gulag" to refer to exile in the desert, hence the Mardi Gras costume head being placed over Max' head while he's tied to a horse that they release into the desert. Auntie was probably banking on the idea that Max would die of thirst and dehydration in the desert & she'd be rid of him. Though his vocation before the apocalypse is never mentioned specifically, we can assume that Master was probably an engineer with expertise in running power-generating facilities like Underworld. He might also have been a civil engineer that planned communities and basic services involved like water, electricity, sanitation, trade services, etc, so he was very valuable, possessing a certain type of brilliance in this arena. Because of his protective partner, Blaster, Auntie was never able to fully exploit him and had grown sick of his arrogance and opportunistic attitude, so she waited until she found someone who could dispose of Blaster: Max. Max, who's very savvy, as we all are aware, also saw the potential in Master to help build a new civilization for Walker's children. Max, who slowly regains his compassion and humanity through the series, probably believed that Master shouldn't be a slave to Auntie in Bartertown, so he decided to free him. No, Bruce Spence plays a different character. Although both are pilots, the Gyro Captain from Mad Max 2 was said to become the leader of the survivor group from that film. Then the narrator of MM2 mentions that when he grew up, he eventually took over the group. So it stands to reason that the Gyro Captain would not be found in Barter Town if he was still leading a group at that time. Also, Max and Jedediah (the character from this film) see each other on more than one occasion and never have a moment where they recognize each other. It's possible she was, however it could be said that because she was trying to run Bartertown, criminally or otherwise, she made this comment to suggest that her, being a leader, and Max being former Law Enforcement make them a great pair.
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