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Overall, Fury is a well-acted, suitably raw depiction of the horrors of war that offers visceral battle scenes but doesn't quite live up to its larger ambitions.



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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 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 face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. (C) Sony


Brad Pitt
as Wardaddy
Shia LaBeouf
as Boyd "Bible" Swan
Logan Lerman
as Norman Ellison
Michael Peña
as Trini "Gordo" Garcia
Jon Bernthal
as Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis
Jason Isaacs
as Captain Waggoner
Scott Eastwood
as Sergeant Miles
Jim Parrack
as Sergeant Binkowski
Brad William Henke
as Sergeant Davis
Kevin Vance
as Sergeant Peterson
Xavier Samuel
as Lieutenant Parker
Laurence Spellman
as Sergeant Dillard
Daniel Betts
as Burgermeister
Adam Ganne
as SS Lieutenant
Eric Kofi-Abrefa
as Company Messenger
Osi Okerafor
as Truck Driver
Saul Barrett
as Young SS Trouper
Marek Oravec
as SS Officer
Kyle Soller
as Medic #1
Jake Curran
as Medic #2
Branko Tomovic
as German Corporal
Orion Lee
as Tired GI #1
Vivien Bridson
as Old Woman
Christian Contreras
as Outpost Sentry
Stella Stocker
as Widowed Woman
Lukas Rolfe
as Hitler Youth #1
Leon Rolfe
as Hitler Youth #2
Harry Hancock
as Hitler Youth #3
Daniel Dorr
as Lt Obersturmfurher Schmidt
Bernhard Forcher
as Sturmbannfuhrer Muller
Edin Gali
as Sgt Hauptscharfuhrer Wolfe
Christopher Wright
as Praying Soldier
Charlie Rotheram
as Tank Commander 'Fury'
Nick Beattie
as Tank Commander 'Matador'
The Jimmy Carroll Orchestra
as Tank Commander 'Old Phyllis'
Dale 'Chip' Rosenbloom
as Tank Commander 'Lucy Sue'
Dickon Leigh-Wood
as Tank Commander 'Murder Inc.'
Dickon Leigh
as Wood-Tank Commander 'Murder Inc.'
Hugh Vere Nicoll
as 50 Cal Gunner 'Murder Inc.'
Xander Rawlins
as Tank Crew
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Critic Reviews for Fury

All Critics (255) | Top Critics (55) | Fresh (195) | Rotten (60)

  • An impressively solid World War II movie of the kind they don't make anymore.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
  • While these orgies of violence are staged with tense, gruesome precision, they don't convey much beyond what we already know. Namely, that war is hell. Message received.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…
  • Pitt, who at 50 still looks great with his shirt off, has the gruff charisma to play a dauntless soldier with killer courage and a vestigial streak of humanity.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Full Review…
  • It's an "unflinching" account of war -- "unflinching," in quotes, because every moment of the film is composed to grind your face into the muck and be proud of itself for doing so.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Full Review…
  • Pitt is at the top of his game, playing a man who has forgotten whatever he used to be and has wholly embraced his role in this war.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Rating: 3/4
  • Led by Pitt, who sublimates his persona so deeply into Wardaddy that you can forget about his movie star baggage, the cast is exceptional.

    Jan 5, 2015 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Fury

  • May 13, 2019
    Peter B Super Reviewer
  • May 27, 2017
    boom. sacrifice the order of the day. if 5 die... more than 5 are saved... especially if you kill enough of the SS to keep a good fire stoked for a month of sundays. despite it not being a 4 in my opinion it almost made me bawl at the sitting duck point. if this were a propaganda film i would be sold. sold... do you hear? an expert portrayal of why we should respect soldiers loss.
    Sanity Assassin ! Super Reviewer
  • Nov 24, 2016
    It's a rarity to see a cast of actors click so well in a film, and Fury is one of those exceptions. Brad PItt, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pena, and Shia LeBeouf all turn in emotionally complex and tense performances. A particular scene in a German apartment between Pitt, Lerman, and two German women is a stand-out scene, and it's a perfect example of how war can be brutal in ways other than raw violence. The film also pulls off the very difficult task of making the inside of a tank feel extremely claustrophobic. This is an incredible entry in David Ayer's rather inconsistent filmography.
    Kevin M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 29, 2016
    As far as the look and atmosphere go, this WW2 action drama feels almost like a Saving Private Ryan spin-off. The action sequences are impressive, especially the decision to color the flying tank bullets, giving them almost a laser look, is fresh and cool. There are long calm sequences of showing the horrors of war through a different, more personal perspective. And then again there are really gruesome deaths. Sadly, the showdown follows the tropes of war dramas by the numbers and is accordingly predictable. Just like in Suicide Squad, director Ayers seems to enjoy fights in the mist (or smoke), obscuring the view. That's not particularly impressive. Still, overall a pretty strong movie with plenty of memorable scenes.
    Jens S Super Reviewer

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