The Evolution Of Mel Gibson

From the Aussie wastelands to the Scottish highlands and beyond...

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:19

      "this dystopian nightmare figures the MFP (Main Force Patrol) into a post-apocalyptic world" Can you figure something into something? I'm not sure that makes any sense. And I think Max does have a last name. Hang on. Yup. He does. Christ, all you had to do was Google Mad Max. Nice work, Josh.

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:20

      Shouldn't that be "access to the film in Indonesia"?

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:21

      "high-waisted"?

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:23

      Personally, I think "emblazons" works a little better than "emboldens" in this context.

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:23

      The expression is "held to random".

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:57

      Damn, one typo and my whole argument comes apart.

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    • guernican

      Jan 29th 2010, 14:58

      It's "coop", not "coup". Unless you were going for a devastatingly subtle play on words. That would have been reasonably clever. Judging from the savaging you've given the English language in the previous frames, though, I'm guessing not.

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    • serge

      Jan 30th 2010, 0:31

      Max Rockatansky, oh look at that, he does have a last name.

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    • Tastynapalm

      Jan 30th 2010, 1:52

      A description of Mad Max, a photo from Mad Max 2.

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    • mrbong

      Feb 4th 2010, 10:32

      "Max (he doesn’t have a last name) doesn’t say much." have you even seen the film? he gets called Rotoanski more than Max in it? and the still you have is well known as being a promo for Mad Max 2.

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    • joshwinning

      Feb 12th 2010, 19:03

      Hmm, yes. See, with Max I went with the credits on the first flick, which didn't list a surname for our hero. If it's good enough for George Miller, it's good enough for me. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0079501/ As for the Max 2 still, obvious guff. Just loved the picture too much.

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