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Fury - I cannot say that I liked this movie very much.

Fury by David Ayer on Blu-ray
My rating: 4 out of 10 stars

April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened Army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and his five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines.

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What Does Amanda Waller Have in her Trophy Case in 'Suicide Squad'??

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

So we’ve got another bit of news about Suicide Squad from the guys at Latino Review. This one is definitely SPOILERish, so I’d proceed with caution if you don’t want to have a potential plot point from upcoming films unleashed upon your mind. 178 more words

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Plans Move Forward for Scarface

It has taken a few years but it looks like Universal Studios plans for a more modern Scarface are finally moving ahead.

It is being reported that there is a new writer on board. 326 more words

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Movie Review: Fury 2014

My rating: 8/10

Likes: Okay overall, I liked this movie a whole lot. I thought the acting was very well done. Shia LaBeouf and Brad Pitt are two classic actors that have always had a soft spot in my heart. 417 more words

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Quick Take: Fury (2014)

Sometimes I think we pressure war movies into being the next Saving Private Ryan. If you go back and watch Ryan, it’s clear that no war movie is going to be the next Saving Private Ryan. 231 more words

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Which Harley Quinn Will Margot Robbie be Playing in David Ayer's 'Suicide Squad'?

by: S. Scott Stanikmas

So we know that Margot Robbie will play fan favorite Harley Quinn in the upcoming Suicide Squad film. But fans are curious just which Harley Quinn are we getting – … 218 more words

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At the Movies 2015: Fury

Fury
USA | China | UK 2014
Written by David Ayer
Directed by David Ayer
Watched on 07.01.2015

I’m not the biggest fan of war movies – at least those that seem to be more interested in hero worship than in its atrocities – but despite that, I was quite looking forward to “Fury”. 699 more words

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