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Steven Soderbergh is Amazed 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Didn't Kill Hundreds of People

Steven Soderbergh is Amazed 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Didn't Kill Hundreds of People
From Slashfilm - November 10, 2017

Steven Soderbergh has always been a filmmaker very open to praising fellow artists, and in a recent interview theLogan Lucky director sang the praises of George MillersMad Max: Fury Road. In a bit ofeffusive praise for Miller and his directorial skills, Soderbergh commented on how incredibly well-staged the action set pieces in the recentMad Max sequel were, and how they left him awestruck. Read the Steven SoderberghFury Road thoughts below.

It feels weird to refer to a film that only came out 2 years ago as a masterpiece, but that trulyseems like the correct classification for George MillersMad Max: Fury Road. With his action-packed, high-octane cinematic spectacle, Miller put all of his contemporaries to shame, staging a movie overflowing with show-stopping moments.

And director Steven Soderbergh agrees. In a candid new interview withThe Hollywood Reporter, Soderbergh, who recently releasedLogan Lucky and has the experimental seriesMosaicon the horizon, couldnt say enough good things about Millers 2015 film. I guarantee that the handful of people who are even in range of that, when they saw Fury Road, had blood squirting out of their eyes, Soderbergh says. The thing with George Miller, its not just that, he does everything really well.

When asked if he storyboards for his films, Soderbergh replied in the negative, saying The ability to stage well is a skill and a talent that I value above almost everything else. He then went on to praiseFury Road:

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