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Last months of World War II in April 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theater, a battle-hardened U.S. Army sergeant in the 2nd Armored Division named Wardaddy commands a Sherman tank called "Fury" and its five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.
|Studio :||Columbia Pictures, QED International, Crave Films,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Art Direction,|
|Cast :||Brad Pitt Michael Peña Jake Curran Shia LaBeouf Jason Isaacs|
|Genre :||Drama Action War|
What a beautiful movie!
brilliant actors, brilliant editing
It isn't all that great, actually. Really cheesy and very predicable of how certain scenes are gonna turn play out. However, I guess that's the charm of it all, because I would consider this one of my guilty pleasures.
I think the only reason I give this 2 is because it had some genuine WW2 equipment in it. This is probably one of the most appalling, pointless, revolting and unwatchable war movies of WW2 I've ever seen. I'm 60+ and i was brought up on WW2 movies. This is just grim, dirty, filthy...and I'm not talking about the physical environment which is about the only acceptably realistic aspect of the film. This tank crew depiction almost makes you want the Germans to win. The Americans are virtually criminals. Mafiosi types. Something out of modern US urban culture of the sewers. There is a modern soullessness about this movie that does not represent the Generation of WW2. It represent the generation of post-Iraq and Afghanistan, of Trump on the way. It bears no resemblance to 2 generations ago. The soul ethos, and camaraderie are missing, absent. It might as well be a tank crew of a Soviet punishment battalion. The director seems to have had more experience with violence and destruction in movies than with history and the WW2 military and the WW2 generation. After about 15 mins I was ready to switch off in disgust. Americans always winning battles, Germans always losing. If the US army in Germany in 1945 had been like this, the Germans would never have chosen to surrender to them. Its a truly appalling misrepresentation of a generation. But then modern US film making is in general grim and dark...maybe reflecting the soullessness of Trump USA. I'll go somewhere else for WW2. European and Russian movies are much better than this. Hollywood is losing the plot.
As usual, the liberal arts minded and those who never have served in the military rate this move low - as low as their practical experience goes with regards to war, real men and the real world as it exists. The movie tempers the horror that is and always should be war. There is no mercy save in the minds of the politicians who make these wars and the cube warriors studying it from afar. Kill or be killed is the least of one's problems, as duty calls for more, much more of a real man or woman these days as in the past. Is there anything you liberals would lay your life on the line for save sex, drugs and illegals and your New World Order?This is about the core values every person who is a true citizen must have, not just in war but in life. What defines oneself is what one does, not says. Somethings like America, a whisper among the screams of a violent world, call for a citizen to sacrifice for the whole, not the one. This movie shows the collective good and such patriotism in a desperate and socially separated group fighting for more than just each other - and these movie critics and their college-knowledge campus rats just don't get it, and never will.The only thing worse than tank warfare is war at sea as both call for massive loss of life but coordination beyond pulling a trigger or stick.Fury - best describes in the mind of this Mustang officer of two wars what war is all about and what this film gives you cowards back home a glimpse of.You sell your country and citizenship so cheaply, as what skin have you ever had in the game? And electing a socialist bimbo in New York says it all - like her, you are not truly Americans.
Great movie overall, but Logan Lermans (Norman) performance was by far the best in this film he captured his character perfectly
Having watched the movie "Rage", immediately there is the thought that the film was created to outperform the popularity of the Russian tank movie "White Tiger". But I could not do it. For someone it turned out a masterpiece, for me it's a failure. The film, which I do not want to revise for the second time, unlike the deep and intelligent White Tiger. The very final scene, when one immobilized Sherman remains alive for half a day, disgusts the film with its unreality. However, like many American military films. In order to make films about the war, it is necessary that this at least somehow correspond to historical reality.