MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
2015, Warner Bros./Village Roadshow, 120 min, Dir: George Miller

More than 30 years beyond THUNDERDOME, George Miller (Academy Award nominee for Best Director) revisits his post-apocalyptic demolition derby. Tom Hardy takes the reigns as drifter ex-cop “Mad” Max Rockatansky, whose wasteland survival skills are matched by those of Charlize Theron as Furiosa; together they hope to liberate the wives of the tyrannical Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne – original MAD MAX baddie The Toecutter) in Miller’s critically acclaimed, non-stop thrill ride.


BABE
1995, Universal, 91 min, USA, Australia, Dir: Chris Noonan

“That'll do, pig.” This charming story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog remains one of the most magical family films ever made. James Cromwell was never better than as Arthur Hoggett, a simple farmer who sees Babe’s potential and gives him a chance. Co-written and produced by George Miller (the MAD MAX mastermind, of all people), this heartwarming box office hit was nominated for seven Oscars, including a win for Best Visual Effects.


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