A Guide to "X-Men: Apocalypse," from A to X
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Following “Mad Max: Fury Road’s” six Oscar wins, Seth Meyers paid tribute to George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action film with the parody “Reasonable Max.”
In the sketch, Meyers is one of Immortan Joe’s War Boys, who wonders if, just maybe, they’re overdoing things a little bit.
“It’s just, it feels a little silly,” he says, “and if I’m being honest, very irresponsible, that whenever we go to get gasoline, we drive a fleet of muscle cars that literally shoot out fire.” And don’t get him started on climate change, and his plans for a wind board.
However, just when it looks as if Immortan Joe might be receptive to his ideas, Reasonable Max gets the rug pulled out from under him.