Mad Max is On Fire & Tomorrowland is Ayn Rand

Mad Max is On Fire & Tomorrowland is Ayn Rand

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Any movie that has explosions or robots or both is my favorite movie. I love “dumb action movies” and I am not even apologizing for that. I prefer when they’re smart, of course. But I just want to see things blown up, chase scenes, and general bad ass behavior. A plot is a bonus.

The big blockbuster for the start of the summer is currently Mad Max: Fury Road. Another big-name blockbuster is Tomorrowland since it is Disney + George Clooney. One has fire on top of fire and the other has a message Al Gore spouted a decade ago. Which one is which!


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Mad Max is On Fire Then Explodes With More Fire And Now I’m Being Chased By A Bob-Omb

I will lead with that. However, there was actually a lot more downtime than I had expected in Mad Max: Fury Road. Mainly because everyone has been so amped up about it. And you should be. The whole movie is an adrenaline rush about people who are on an adrenaline rush. But there is a real plot. And there is actual down time to address it. So, not explosions every single second. The car chase does stop at some point.

However, just as I was like “boooooring why are these people standing around talking” then the plot went BOOM and everything lit up again!


Tomorrowland Was Originally Called “An Inconvenient Shrugged”

Atlas Shrugged is a book by objectivist Ayn Rand about this weird perfect society created by the best of the best because they don’t have time for “regular” people.

Tomorrowland is a movie by Disney about this weird perfect society created by the best of the best because they don’t have time for “regular” people.

An Inconvnient Truth is a 2006 documentary from Al Gore about how humans are destroying the planet.

Tomorrowland is a 2015 film from Disney about how humans are destroying the planet.

Enjoy!

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4 Replies to “Mad Max is On Fire & Tomorrowland is Ayn Rand”

    1. Absolutely go see Mad Max in the theater!!!! The performance, set, costumes, sound, everything really should be seen on the big screen. I did 2D and didn’t feel like I missed anything. Tomorrowland was not very action-packed, not many explosions or robot fighting, so I would save that for home.

  1. Mad Max was…mesmerising. A must see! Looooooved it so much even though it was an action movie. Some serious WTF visuals. So crazy. AHHH.

    Couldn’t quite get a read on Tomorrowland from the trailer. Intriguing.

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