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Fury (2014)


★ ★ ★ ★ 1/2 out of 5

Directed by David Ayer

Starring Brad Pitt as Wardaddy

Logan Lerman as Norman

Shia LaBeouf as Bible… 459 more words


Fury Review: The Brutal End To War

Germany, April 1945. Hitler has mobilised every man, woman and child. Those who refuse to fight are hung by the roadside and labelled cowards. Heavily outgunned by the much bigger German tanks, American Don ‘Wardaddy’ Collier ( 760 more words

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A very good war drama, replete with fantastically well shot action sequences and brilliant performances, that’s just shy of greatness.

by Owen Hughes (@ohughes86… 1,364 more words


Movie Review: Fury

Possible spoilers ahead!

For those of you expecting “Fury” to be another “Saving Private Ryan” or “Band of Brothers,” you’re out of luck. Heck, “Fury” is not even Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds.” You see, it doesn’t take long to realize that writer-director David Ayer spent more time fleshing out the battle sequences, and very little time working on the screenplay. 541 more words


Cinema Review - Fury

Over the space of 24 hours, the crew of the WWII Allied tank ‘Fury’ take on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Along with a Germany that is vicious in the throes of its death rattle, the crew have to deal with old resentments, and a new member of their team; inexperienced soldier Norman (Logan Lerman). 492 more words


293 - Fury (2014)

World War II is an event rife for cinematic adaptation. The last 12 months alone have seen the relase of The Book Thief, The Railway Man… 642 more words


Flash Movie Review: Fury

Actions reveal more about a person than their words. There are some individuals who use their words as a way to accentuate the meaning of their actions. 428 more words