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Joe Wilson (Spencer Tracy) is an innocent man wrongly accused of a horrible crime while on his way to meet his fiancée, Katherine Grant (Sylvia Sidney). Held at a local jail, Joe is confronted by a frenzied mob and presumed dead after a massive fire. When his attackers aren't brought to justice, Joe, who narrowly escaped the blaze, resurfaces, intent on revenge. Katherine tries to dissuade him from carrying out his vengeful plan, but Joe's anger isn't easily dampened.

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Audience Reviews for Fury

  • Feb 18, 2020
    "Fury" is Fritz Lang's fierce film about lynch mobs and how the best of us can turn into the worst of society. This was the director's first movie after arriving from Nazi Germany and clearly his life experience fueled his film's angry look at mob rule. The film's only flaw is a closing scene that Lang himself didn't want in his movie but was forced to include by the studio.
    Aldo G Super Reviewer
  • Nov 26, 2019
    Norman Krasna's story, about an innocent man burned alive by a whole town (those who actively participate in the act and those who lie to cover for them), simply poses the question: "what then, after sin has been exposed, after guilt - by all - has been established, for society to move forward, what then?" The director, Fritz Lang, freshly escaped from Nazi Germany, is up to the task of framing the question to adequately convey that this is no whimsical concern. And the players are all up for the game, particularly Spencer Tracy's vivid portrayal as the soul of vengeance, the wronged party. It is Sylvia Sidney though who has the hard work, delivering this hot plate of vomit's irrevocable resolution for our consumption.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 03, 2010
    I loved this movie, Tracy is an innocent man fighting for his life, and everyone wants to kill him! It's so exciting and suspenseful. A must see.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Jan 28, 2010
    Good movie spoiled by a lousy ending
    Brody M Super Reviewer

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