The Film: Does Gibson know what the fairer sex want? He sure finds out in this rom-com, in which his character begins to hear their thoughts.
It had a budget of $70m. It took a belief-beggaring $374m worldwide. Guess Mel really does know what women want.
The Role: “What's the difference between a wife and a job? After 10 years a job still sucks.”
Gibson reveals he is still funny with the role of alpha male Nick Marshall. Cue rom-com hijinks aplenty.
The Threads: Tights. Oh yes.
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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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Jan 29th 2010, 14:20
Shouldn't that be "access to the film in Indonesia"?
Jan 29th 2010, 14:21
Jan 29th 2010, 14:23
Personally, I think "emblazons" works a little better than "emboldens" in this context.
The expression is "held to random".
Jan 29th 2010, 14:57
Damn, one typo and my whole argument comes apart.
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.
Jan 30th 2010, 0:31
Max Rockatansky, oh look at that, he does have a last name.
Jan 30th 2010, 1:52
A description of Mad Max, a photo from Mad Max 2.
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.
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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