Not half as good as its hype
Hopefully the dust has settled on this one, and people see clearly it's NOT such a masterpiece of filmmaking as the hype in 2015.
What bothers me the most about this, other than its unjustified hype, is the wasted opportunity to be a true classic for the ages (like other mad max movies have been): the action was kinda bland and repetitive (one big escape, going back and forth in the desert...not very interesting, nor new), and the main character (Max) and its motivations were sketchy at best.
It centered on the new main character, Furiosa, who is not that interesting to begin with, they gave her an uninteresting task, and didn't manage to create any interesting dynamic between her, Max, or the bad guys. The only connection in the story is between her and the women-load, but other than gender solidarity, I don't know really why such a connection is in this movie.
It's a glorified B movie that never aimed to be much more than a vehicle to showcase some character design and car ideas (doof warrior), and it's a pity because, with a decent screenwriter, it could have been a classic.