By Cameron Rasmusson
Come by SFN Movie Night next week for what is already regarded as a classic of action filmmaking: “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
Released in 2015, the most recent entry in the Mad Max post-apocalyptic action series is also its most acclaimed. The film finds protagonist Max struggling to survive in a ruined society. Captured by a band of raiders, he sees a chance to escape when their despotic warlord unleashes his forces in pursuit of his escaped wives.
“Mad Max: Fury Road” is a breathless action movie with some of the most incredible stunts and car chases ever captured. (It’s also the favorite action movie of this newspaper editor, who will be there celebrating his birthday.)
SFN Movie Night takes place 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at the Little Panida Theater. It is free to attend, but a suggested $5 donation is recommended to help cover the cost of the theater rental. Beer and wine is offered for sale by the Panida Theater. Although a private event, it’s simple and free to join SFN: simply go to https://www.sandpointfilmmakers.net/join or sign up at the screening.
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