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Glennhere helping out with the post-ceremony rush.The highlight of last night's Oscars was surely the six wins for亚博主页Mad Max: Fury Road.That haul solidified its place as not just one of the most successful Oscar titles of all time,but no doubt the strangest,too.

We may all say that most people were predicting at least four of five of those,but the path to those six wins has been rather extraordinary in the truest definition of that word.Who among us a year ago truly could have predicted that we would be here a year later celebrating six Oscars to a movie about a renegade road warrior,亚博主页an amputee heroine,and a group of sex slaves rising up against an evil warlord in a post-apocalyptic future with the aide of a gang of elderly motorcycle ladies?While we can be disappointed –verydisappointed – that they didn't add a seventh for George Miller's direction,any movie winning six golden statues is not only a rarity,but a moment to be extremely proud of so hats off to the team behindMax.It won as many awards as the last two best picture winners combined and it doubled the amount of awards of the next highest winner (The Revenant)on its big night.You done good,Max!May more films like you spring forth from your imposing shadow.

Mad Max: Fury Roadjoins some fine company,with only 26 films having ever won more awards.26 over 88 years!More impressive still,is that Miller's post-apocalyptic action spectacle is a member of an even smaller collective of only five films to have won half a dozen golden statueswithouta Best Picture prize to go with them.It's an interesting quintet to say the least.

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