Mad Maxx - Bailey Eubanks Professor Kendrick Film and...

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Bailey Eubanks Professor Kendrick Film and Global Culture October 30, 2007 The Road Warrior The Road Warrior is an interesting film in many different ways, one of them is how it combines a few different genres into one. The one I think is most represented by the film is that of action. The movie is cram packed full of action type sequences, hint the title “Road Warrior.” Mel Gibson, the hero, defends himself from harm and then also in turn aids another clan trying to escape from another pillaging tribe. The fighting and use of weapons, vehicles, big explosions, violence, and of course leather costumes makes for a absolute action film. The other genre that is represented in The Road Warrior is the western genre. Mel Gibson is the “lone cowboy” coming to rescue people and return things as they should be. Along with this he learns from it that even without a family that he can still accomplish things and do anything at his will. This all plus the setting of the film, in a desert land is perfect resemblance of a western. A seclusive town where the bad
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