The third chapter of the "Mad Max" saga is a disappointment for those expecting another action-packed ROAD WARRIOR (1982), but the filmmakers took some chances in narrative development and pacing in order to separate this effort from what had been done before. We find Max (Mel Gibson)
tracking his stolen belongings to Bartertown, a strange-looking city that is the brainchild of Aunty Entity (Tina Turner). Aunty rules Bartertown with an iron fist, but the real power lies with a strange amalgamation of two men known as Master-Blaster. Master (Angelo Rossitto) is a dwarf who knows
how to work the machinery that powers Bartertown. He rides on the shoulders of a huge, h...