Crash Landed Awards - Film Of 2015.

2015 wasnít a fantastic year for film by any means, with the latter half providing us with most of the quality standouts such as Black Mass, Sicario, In The Heart Of The Sea, Bridge Of Spies and most recently Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But there was one film this year that stands above all others, one that reinvigorated the action genre once again, one that brought us back into anarchy.

Mad Max: Fury Road - film of 2015

After nearly 5 years since Happy Feet 2, director George Miller showcases what modern action movies should aspire to be. Mad Max: Fury Road was the only film this year to receive a full 5 stars in our review here on Crash Landed, and was a welcomed breath of fresh air in a medium of CGI-filled blockbusters. With its practical stunt work and non-stop action, Mad Max: Fury Road managed to enthrall in its entire 2 hour runtime accompanied by some beautiful camera work, set to a musical score that is already inspiring not only future filmmakers, but game creators too. If you havenít seen it already, what are you waiting for?

Mad Max: Fury Road earns our film of 2015.

What did you think of film in 2015? And what was your favourite?

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Filming took place in the Namibian desert and was shot in sequence. Originally Mel Gibson was set to play the role in 2003, but scheduling and location problem scuppered production.

Tom Hardy has currently signed on to do 3 more Mad Max films.

News by: David Robinson
Twitter: @5ypher

Posted on 23rd December 2015