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FURY *** Apocalypse Again

FIRST THE GOOD news. In “Fury”, director/writer David Ayer (“End of Watch” “Training Day” – as writer) and his production designer Andrew Menzies (“G.I. Joe, Retaliation”, “Knight and Day” “3.10 to Yuma”) have created an exceptionally convincing, immersive world that feels like the end of the world. 854 more words



Dir. David Ayer


Brad Pitt

Logan Lerman

Shia LaBeouf

Michael Peña

Jon Bernthal

There have been two high profile World War Two films out this year; Fury, headed up by Brad Pitt, and The Monuments Men, directed by and starring George Clooney. 764 more words



Here are my initial thoughts on the film Fury directed by David Ayer and starring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, and Jon Bernthal. 486 more words

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It feels wrong to write about Fury in the regular film review kind of way, about a film portraying the harsh brutalities of war, a film that brings to life the atrocities and the futility of war. 1,368 more words

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Fury (2014)

“The devil watches over his own.”

What makes Fury so effective and so different from others in the war genre is its tragic sense of pointlessness. 968 more words


Film Review: Fury (2014)

Director: David Ayer
Writer: David Ayer
Stars:  Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman

Visually impressive, emotionally empty and without any real purpose. 950 more words

Yes or No

Been gone a while, I know. Been busy with graduate school and work. I haven’t even had time to watch TV so don’t worry, I haven’t been neglecting you. 220 more words

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