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Directed by : David Ayer

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In "Fury," it is April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men f...more


“Fury is on of the most intense, compelling, violent and raw war dramas in recent times. A definite must watch. ”

Fury Credit & Casting

Brad Pitt


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Fury Audience Review

US Army Sergeant and his his tank crew vs the Germans and their war machines

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This movie is set in World War 2 in the year 1945 and covers the military exploits of weather beaten US army Sergeant Collier ( Brad Pitt) and his brave crew of 4 including green horn Norman ( Logan Lerman) as they advance into Germany in the muddy terrain in their tank called Fury.

It is a typical war film the like of which we have seen many times before. A tale of courage,sacrifice fear,and a gory way to die by fire and bullet if not from the bombs raining from above.There are a number of scenes which are are stomach churning and gut wrenching with soldiers getting blown up or on fire and tanks running over dead soldiers.

There is the ultimate message that war is a futile exercise where there are no winners and everyone suffers.So the last aerial shot shows hundreds of bodies at the end of the encounter. In this ruthless game of killing, humanity has a small win as the departing German soldier discovers the US soldier hiding under the tank and walks away. Also the scene where Brad takes shelter in the German home with the two ladies has been sensitively presented.

Director David Ayer can be praised for the stupendous task of picturising this story under obviously adverse conditions. There are long drawn scenes of full blown battle which tend to get tedious.The movie does get tiresome at times and drags too but Brad Pitt manages to keep the tempo going with his inspiring performance.

The photography is spectacular and so are the other technical aspects.