Lunchtime Movie Review

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)

Episode #30

Warner Bros released Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior to theaters on May 21, 1982. George Miller directed the film starring Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston.

‘Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior’ Plot Synopsis

Max Rockatansky wanders the deserted highways of an energy-starved dystopian Australia after eradicating followers of the Night Rider’s. Max finds himself roaming the endless wasteland scavenging for food and precious petrol. Out in the scorched wilderness, Max happens upon a small oil refinery. However, the place Lord Humungus’ barbarian horde of biker warlords, hell-bent on destruction and mayhem lay siege to it. In order to get his hands on as much gas as he can carry, Max must provide a defenseless community with a deserted truck to transport the gasoline to safety. Nothing ever goes as planned out here.

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Warner Bros released Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior to theaters on May 21, 1982. George Miller directs the film which stars Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence, Michael Preston.

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