MILLER AND MAX.
My book, Miller and Max, is about the career of George Miller and the making of Mad Max. In other words, the story of two heroes. One is Max Rockatansky (aka Mad Max) a leather jacket-clad road warrior whose adventures in a dystopian future have made an indelible imprint on global popular culture. The second is the artist who created him: George Miller, a softly spoken son of Greek and Turkish immigrants, whose life charts a spectacular course from small-town Australia to the highest echelons of Hollywood.
Buy Miller and Max book.
The paperback of Miller and Max is currently released in Australia and New Zealand book shops.
It is currently available to order (with a 23% discount) from Booktopia.
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The e-book of Miller and Max is now available to purchase, any where in the world.
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Welcome to the website of Luke Buckmaster, film and TV critic since 1997. Latest work below.
I watched My Little Pony: The Movie.
And emerged barely alive.
Published on Flicks, Nov 3Read more →
Suburbicon film review.
A black ‘comedy’ that badly misfires.
Published on Daily Review, Oct 27Read more →
The Ex-PM TV review.
Both deadpan and desperate.
Published on The Guardian, Oct 26
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Armond White interview.
The world’s most controversial film critic.
Published on Flicks, Oct 25Read more →
Loving Vincent film review.
Elaborate and classy – if pointless – exercise fan art.
Published on Daily Review, Nov 4Read more →
Nostalgia mongering and Stranger Things 2.
Expertly manipulating our memories.
Published on Daily Review, Oct 31Read more →
1922 film review.
A tense, twitchy, excellent thriller.
Published on Flicks, Oct 29Read more →
Horror Movie: A Low Budget Nightmare review.
A hugely entertaining doco.
Published on The Guardian, Oct 31Read more →
Thor: Ragnarok set visit.
It was like a giant McDonald’s playground.
Published on The Guardian, Oct 28Read more →