Actress Download this stock image: VIRGINIA HEY MAD MAX 2: THE ROAD WARRIOR (1981) - BP7DMN from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland, a cynical drifter agrees to help a small, gasoline-rich community escape a horde of bandits. A movie about a crazy man driving around really fast and being very violent about it. The stunts are real. You don't get loads of extras in the form of interviews, retrospective documentaries or extra footage - there's a trailer, introduction and commentary track - but what you do get is a fantastic picture (phenomenal given it was filmed 1980/81), awesome sound and all of it consistent. Or can he find another option? Great action, great set pieces and a monster vision.
Jun 15, 2015 - Virginia Hey as Rubavitch (Alta Tensión) in Mad Max 2 By the second film that had all disappeared and gangs and loners had taken over everything seeking to exploit and kill the weak. it features the proper name on the credits (Mad Max 2, not The Road Warrior) and is as far as i can see and recall the "most uncut" version available. In the first movie there was still some civilization left as Max (Mel Gibson) was a policeman. This means they're either completely full or, more likely based on how easily the cast carries them, they're completely empty. Archive footage I hesitated to get the blu-ray because I already have a DVD (which was made for older TVs), and my HDTV TV is only 32" and 720p, which usually can't display much difference between Blu-ray and any newer DVDs. I remember first seeing this as a young teenager. The first Road Warrior movie Mad Max was great, and became a cult classic, but Mad Max 2 was the one that really broke into the international market and made the series famous.
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981) Virginia Hey as Warrior Woman Warrior Woman is a member of Pappagallo's tribe, she is portrayed by Virginia Hey in Mad Max 2 Upon first meeting Max, the Warrior Woman was wary of him, not altogether appreciating Max's delivery of their wounded friend. Terry Hayes (screenplay by), The picture is vastly superior. Yet Road Warrior zooms way into the future and gives us a post apocalyptic nightmare, in an amazingly polished production. This is up there, along with Die Hard, Lethal Weapon and Commando as one of the very best action movies ever made and probably one of the best sequels ever. I won't review the actual film as there are better sites and places to do that. – Warrior Woman. The film like all the rest is a dystopian tale set in a future Australia. Known For Please try againSorry, we failed to record your vote.