Fury | Full Movie
- 2h 15m
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War-weary, cynical American tank crew, which has survived 3 years of war against all odds is joined by a young replacement without combat experience as the war nears an end; they battle Nazis in Germany, end up having to take on an SS battalion alone in climactic battle, which only the new kid survives.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: 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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Common Sense Says
Extremely violent but very powerful tale of WWII tank crew.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Fury is an extremely violent World War II drama about a tank crew stationed in the middle of Germany during the final months of the war. Heads and legs are shot off, gruesome body parts are shown, and there's lots of splattering, flowing blood and hundreds (or possibly even thousands) of dead bodies. A young American soldier disappears into a bedroom with a German girl; they're shown kissing, and sex is implied, but nothing is shown. The men exchange plenty of strong innuendo, and some non-nude girly pictures are shown. Language is quite salty, with several uses of "f--k," plus "s--t," "a--hole," "son of a bitch," etc. Characters occasionally smoke cigarettes in a background way (accurate for the '40s setting), and in one scene, they share a bottle of what looks like whisky. The movie -- which stars Brad Pitt -- manages to be dramatic and exciting without being preachy, and older teens and parents may come away with their own ideas of what war is really about.
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- Genre:Drama, Action, Military & War
- Release Date:October 17, 2014
- Highest Available for Purchase:4K