Forget whether ultra-violent action movies make you happy or make you want to run for the hills because we’re going to talk about Mad Max: Fury Road in terms of the things that we can all learn from it, as screenwriters, regardless of the genre that we are writing in and regardless of the challenges that we’re having in our writing.
George Miller (the writer/director of Mad Max) has actually spoken about how the engine behind Mad Max: Fury Road for him, as a writer, is exactly the same engine behind movies like Babe, Babe 2: Pig in the City, and Happy Feet. How is that possible? Check out the podcast below, where I will address that question directly and discuss the engine that is driving all of these movies.
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