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Cirio H. Santiago
Do you really believe there's still civilization somewhere in the world?
What would you do if there isn't?
People need to believe in something. They need to hope, to dream. You haven't lost hope either.
What makes you think so?
Otherwise, why would you continue to fight?
I fight to survive.
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I won't deny that this movie has a lot of pointless and stupid dialogs and many other things in this movie make no sense. And also that this movie (just like many other post-apocalyptic movies) is a Mad Max imitation. But that is what I was expecting from this movie. There were some good action sequences, colorful characters and vehicles. The only thing which this post-apocalyptic movie lacks is freaks, though the characters of this movie acted freaky sometimes, but there could be more freakishness, like in Mad Max, where it looked more effective too. There also was some chopped-off limbs and exploding human bodies (some of those scenes were pretty impressive). So it's pretty entertaining post-apocalyptic movie.
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