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A violent WW2 movie about 5 men and one tank. They start raiding areas of Germany. Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) is the crews leader and he is having troubles with his assistant tank driver (Logan Lerman) because he wont toughen up and kill some Germans. At the end the crew are in a position were they have to fight a hole crew of Germans with just a broken tank and some courage.
This is a grim and sad movie directed by David Ayer. Ayers direction makes the 5 men like a typical bunch of WW2 lads, showing he has clearly done good research. The areas that-the men drive through have been well chosen, we see piles of bricks crumbling of derelict houses, we see mangled corpses spread out across the road. This movie is many things and one of them is bloody. The filming is done throughout Oxford and Hertfordshire and this to me is a really brilliant location because of its countryside like feeling.
To me Ayer has understood the amount of hatred the English had for the Germans but also shows us how rarely both sides took in mind that were all humans at the end of the day .
It's over use of gore doesn't stop this satisfying story about the horrors of war kick in.
Fury has hidden bad things like patriotism and lack of lovable caharacters behind its amazing visuals and feel.
Great acting. Great story. Great characters. Brad Pitt, as always, was awesome in this film. Logan Lerman, who played the young Norman, was however my favorite. He really carried it well in my opinion.
An exceptionally visceral portrayal of life in a far inferior tank near the end of the war. The Germans, having lost nigh on 700 new tanks at Kursk on the eastern front, decided in their moronic consistency, to send some into the lines of defence to little or no effect. It's definitely a history lesson to be thrust upon the snowflakes of today, but they'd probably say "it's just a movie, it never happened". Millennials do my fucking head in !
Seguindo o proposito do filme, que é mostrar uma jornada heroica de americanos contra nazis, com foco no tank e, consequentemente, na ligação que isso causa na equipe, o filme funciona bem. Senti um estereotipo chato se tratando de alguns personagens, como o religioso e o rapaz empático que não quer matar, e nessa altura do campeonato, é no minimo chato que ainda existam personagens assim. Se é pra apresentá-los da tal maneira, apenas os desenvolvam de maneira diferente, unica.
Fiquei com uma contradição na minha cabeça. O filme leva a guerra a serio, com cenários bem estruturados e um gore bem realístico, sem muitos exageros. o próprio eixo da equipe, o Don, mostra uma linha de raciocínio estrutural, onde demonstra entender a guerra e qual é o seu papel nela. Mas determinadas atitudes não condizem com isso. No filme todo, os americanos são glamourizados sem nenhuma profundidade. Os nazis são apenas um saco de pancadas inútil que toma bala o filme todo, com apenas um desafio na metade dele. Outra coisa foi a ligação do Don com o tank, que é incompreensível visto que não há desenvolvimento, exceto pelo "fury" escrito nele. Talvez quem fez esse filme achou o roteiro tão bom que começaram a acreditar nele.
Sei que o proposito do filme é vazio e que há pessoas que ainda gostam desse tipo de narrativa, e seguindo esse raciocínio, ele funciona bem. Mas não deixa de ser mais do mesmo.
Fury is a war movie featuring an all star cast about a group of soldiers who operate a tank called Fury during World War II. It is a gory accurate film filled with drama, action, sadness, and blood which keeps the viewer drawed in from beginning to end.
Very inesquecívelmente incredible bom.
not very realistic fight scenes.
missing a slow mooving tank in a open field twice!? well thats enough for me...
Great movie, if you just want a lot of shooting, blood and dramatic. I couldn't ignore the stupidness of their enemies. The germans have no tactics, even worse than kids playing paintball.