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A grizzled tank commander makes tough decisions as he and his crew fight their way across Germany in April, 1945.

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San Francisco Chronicle - 10/10 by Mick LaSalle At its best, Fury examines the psychological experience of warfare.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 9/10 by Calvin Wilson Fury is a guided tour through a manmade hell.
ReelViews - 9/10 by James Berardinelli In a way, Fury and 1970's "Patton" could be considered companion pieces. Both deal extensively with tank warfare but from different perspectives.
McClatchy-Tribune News Service - 8/10 by Roger Moore It’s good, not great, and it’s not Ayer’s fault that the rarer these B-movies become, the more we expect from them.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter Travers Pitt is tremendous in the role, a conscience detectable even in Wardaddy's blinkered gaze. But it's Lerman who anchors the film with a shattering, unforgettable portrayal of corrupted innocence. Fury means to grab us hard from the first scene and never let go. Mission accomplished.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Richard Roeper 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.
New York Observer - 8/10 by Rex Reed It never scales the cinematic heights or reaches the same groundbreaking level as "Saving Private Ryan," but it’s intensely ferocious and relentlessly rough on the senses. You’ll know you’ve been to war, and not on the Hollywood front.
USA Today - 8/10 by Claudia Puig Fury does capture the brutality of war and the misery of life spent largely confined in an armored tank during the war's final weeks, in April, 1945.
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Marc Mohan David Ayer's film is a gory, muddy, downbeat tale of war's hellishness and the fraternal bond between those stuck in the middle of it. It's also, like "Ryan," full of tense, grippingly staged action scenes that capture moments of pure adrenaline, and it's the tension between those two impulses that makes "Fury" fascinating and ultimately flawed.
New Orleans Times-Picayune - 8/10 by Mike Scott It's an engrossing film, rich with action and emotion.
The New Yorker - 8/10 by David Denby Fury is literally visceral— a kind of war horror film, which is, of course, what good combat films should be.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Steven Rea Although it's pretty much impossible to avoid the cliches and constructs of a war movie, Ayer pushes his actors to find the adrenalized fear, and fire, in their guts. Pitt brings "Wardaddy" alive in ways that put his cartoonish "Inglourious Basterds" Army lieutenant to shame. Lerman's rabbity dread is palpable.

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