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George Miller


The origin story of renegade warrior Furiosa before she teamed up with Mad Max in 'Fury Road'

  • Director: George Miller
  • Main Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Angus Sampson
  • Soundtrack: Tom Holkenborg
  • Cinematography: Simon Duggan
  • Screenplay: George Miller

Original Title: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

What do the critics think?


6 reviews of Furiosa (2024)

  • 1. Roger Ebert
    10 / 10

    Miller isn’t here for tawdry melodrama, algorithmic plotting, or art designed for the small screen. "Furiosa" aims to blow you away. And it does. To Valhalla and beyond. - Robert Daniels

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  • 2. The Independent
    10 / 10

    Director George Miller combines speed, grace and explosive violence, emulating Sam Peckinpah westerns and even, at times, the work of Charles Dickens – "Furiosa" is a bit like a young Artful Dodger, using her wits and courage to stay alive. - Geoffrey Macnab

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  • 3. New York Times
    9 / 10

    Miller is such a wildly inventive filmmaker that it’s been easy to forget that he keeps making movies about the end of life as we know it. It’s a blast watching his characters fight over oil, water and women, yet while I’ve long thought of him as a great filmmaker it’s only with "Furiosa" that I now understand he’s also one kick-ass prophet of doom. - Manohla Dargis

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  • 4. The Playlist
    8.3 / 10

    Taylor-Joy also has to convey a tremendous amount of character arc in what is often a non-verbal performance (Miller recently revealed she only has 30 lines in the movie). No surprise, she absolutely kills it. But, miraculously, for a movie that doesn’t seem to leave the door open for further adventures, she’ll teasingly leave you wanting more. - Gregory Ellwood

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  • 5. Little White Lies
    8 / 10

    While it’s absolutely a blast at the cinema, the dizzying heights that Miller drove us back in 2015 aren’t quite matched a second time around. But all is not lost: "Furiosa" is still miles better than the dreck Hollywood usually treats us to over the summer, and provided it doesn’t take another decade to get the Fury Road sequel that Miller has been promising, perhaps we’ll reach Valhalla yet. - Hannah Strong

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  • 6. Los Angeles Times
    6 / 10

    For the first time in Miller’s now-five-film franchise, he seems to be falling shy of the immediacy he’s sustained, often deliriously, for an entire feature. - Joshua Rothkopf

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