Throughout history, we have seen countless films about World War II. Yet year after year it seems like we get new ones, with slight tweaks.
2014 is no different, but David Ayer’s Fury focused on a portion of war we haven’t seen to date: the dynamic between a group of five soldiers inside a tank, leading the front line trying to win a battle for their country and humanity.
It’s 1945 and the Nazi’s are making their presence felt in the war, things are starting to get dark and bleak quickly. A battle-tested sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier leads a team into the heart of gunfire in order to protect his country’s freedom.
Fury pulls no punches and it doesn’t try to hide the gruesome reality of combat. Severed heads, bullet wounds, and dead bodies riddle the landscape, but the sense of authenticity is apparent, as Sony spared no expense.