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Mad Max without special effects is still incredible


The car chase scenes in Mad Max: Fury Road were nothing short of jaw dropping: Guns, fire, explosions and death defying stunts – what more could any man want?

While that stuff’s all pretty nice, what’s even more impressive is the sheer amount of it which was done without any CGI whatsoever.

Fury Road – Crash & Smash is a YouTube video uploaded on September 8th that shows raw footage for the car chase scenes before any special effects had been applied. If you ever wondered why Hollywood stuntmen aren’t short of a quid or two then this 4 minute video will answer all of your questions.

Those of a nervous disposition may wish to look away now.



This video has become only the second to gain 2bn views on YouTube

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