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MAD MAX JUNIOR Introduces a Tiny, Adorable Furiosa

MAD MAX JUNIOR Introduces a Tiny, Adorable Furiosa

Mad Max: Fury Road was an epic action-adventure set in a brutal post-apocalyptic world. It was filled with violence, explosions, and other horrors that only occur in a world irrevocably destroyed. So like, obviously, that’s totally the perfect setting for an adorable family video, right?

As it would turn out, it is. YouTuber SpringBreak1984 tricked out his kids’ Little Tykes cars, grabbed his family and a few friends, drove to the desert, and–with the help of some creative movie magic–made an adorable video they’re calling Mad Max: Junior. Witness them:

Who knew that the end of the world could be so adorably vicious, amirite? This video does a great job paying homage to Mad Max. And while the post-apocalypse may be no place for a baby, these kiddos do a great job finding their way around Fury Road Junior.

You probably wouldn’t be shocked to learn that the dad in this video, named Ian Pfaff, is actually an LA-based writer and director who’s made content for places like Nickelodeon and Funny or Die. So chances are pretty solid that the “family videos” made for the Pfaff family are all a bit more artistic than the shaky, awkwardly-shot home videos most of our parents have stored on old VHS tapes. Even if the kids don’t remember shooting this video (which is likely), they’ll always have this awesome video to come back and watch to remember the time they were baby badasses. Here’s hoping this family keeps making these adorable and creative videos together for a long time!

What do you think of the Pfaff family home video? Have you ever made a unique family video like this before? Tell us about it in the comments!

Feature Image: Warner Bros. 

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