Fury (2014) Rated R

A tank commander makes tough decisions for his soldiers as they battle across Germany in 1945. Starring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, and Logan Lerman.

Fury covers the concept that war changes people. It doesn’t have the violence or even the plot that carries the majority of war films, and it doesn’t include any historical events. We follow these characters as they battle through Germany and get their job done. This film is not based on actual war time or what soldiers actually go through. In fact, most of that is glossed over. It’s a character film that doesn’t have strong characters, and then you have a weak story that goes with it. The film’s redeeming qualities are the cinematography, great acting, and soundtrack. The action scenes are impressive. It’s an anti-war film that stays true to the historical accuracy, and there are points that pull you in, making it worth a watch.

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