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The original 1979 BBFC Rating guideline for this film gives us a pretty good indication of its suitability for this site. In short, it's a dystopia and is set in the future. Either of those would make it a solid match. A chilling futuristic fantasy set, as the opening caption tells us, "a few years from now," in an anonymous wasteland of roadways ...


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Richie Rich is on topic here. Richie Rich: The poor little Rich Boy (the 1956 Harvey Comics serial) did initially start out as a semi-realistic depiction for the first few tens of comics, but then rapidly descended into fantasy and science fiction with the regular appearance of robots and ghosts in his own comic serial. Richie Rich #25 By the early 1960s,...


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This may be a bit pedantic but the problem with new question to me is the wording of it: the word some. See whilst any questions are on topic (grumble grumble, still think we should revisit that) this is a some question. That slight different wording choice moves this, to me, more into the realms of looking for a list of works rather than “any”. I.e. whilst ...


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Mad Max is part of the Post-Apocalypse genre, a sub-genre of Science Fiction. Most other science fiction sub-generes are based on the hypothesis that extrapolation of current technological and societal trends will result in progress. Post-apocalyptic science fiction, on the other hand, is based on the hypothesis that civilization as we know it will collapse ...


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