Mel Gibson has an extendo-mullet.
An “Extendo-Mullet” is a mullet that is made for an actor who clearly has short hair, and he’s been cast for a role that (for some reason) requires long hair. So, instead of, say, just accepting that the audience won’t question the plausibility of a person having short hair in this particular set of circumstances, and instead of, say, putting the actor in, like, a full wig which I would assume are readily available for big-budget productions such as this one, the director has chosen to basically glue shitty hair extensions to the sides of the actor’s head, thus creating a mullet. Mel’s extendo-mullet is made from horrible frizzy-person hair extensions and it looks horrible. Like, that is a BAD extendo-mullet. Like maybe even worse than Leonardo DiCaprio’s extendo mullet in The Man with the Iron Mask. That extendo-mullet looks like it was made from donkey hair. Anyways. It’s awesome that his mullet is horrible.
You only have to watch, like, the first 45 minutes
Yeah dude, I’ve “watched” this movie like 8 times, and I have no idea what happens after the Thunderdome match with Melly and Blaster. After doing some Wikipedia research, I discovered that there is this whole part of the movie that involves a lost tribe of children and stuff? Am I crazy, or does NO ONE remember anything about this movie except for the “TWO MEN ENTER, ONE MAN LEAVES” part, when Mel uses his secret ”whistle technique”, clubs Blaster with the mullet and you see that Blaster is mentally challenged, and Mel goes “THAT WASN’T PART OF THE DEAL” and it’s all dramatic and stuff? Yeah. Thought so. This makes the movie awesome, because who fucking cares about a tribe of abandoned kids?
It has a “fight-to-the-death” cage match
Who can argue with this? YOU? No. You can’t, asshole. Stop being an asshole and agree with me. The wicked-poo-bum-ass cage match is awesome, for several reasons. First, it’s a fucking cage-dome, which leaves the plot line ripe for “jumping off the cage walls and ceiling” fight sequences. Second, Mel Gibson wins the fight with a whistle. Third… it’s fucking fight-to-the-death cage match, idiot! You don’t need a third reason.
There are inexplicable things that are never explained and that you just have to accept
(I couldn’t find a picture of this shit, but watch the first 15 minutes of the movie and you’ll get it)
So, there’s this one guy in the movie – he’s one of the Bartertown guards… does anyone else notice that he has, like, a papier-mache Geisha head on a stick/spring that is coming out of his back? It’s totally life-head-size and bounces around when he walks like a whack-a-mole. At any point in the movie, do they explain why this one guy’s outfit has a head on a stick attached to it? No. They don’t. Which is awesome.
The town is powered by poo
Yes. The town is powered by the methane released from pig poos.
Tina Turner is in it
Plus she has giant potato bugs coming out of her ears.