Movie Release Date : October 2014 Submitted by: James Pasier
User Comments for Fury
Grey (7 out of 10 ) Good script. Missing about 30 pages. Only 103, movies about 2 hours and 10 minutes. Anyways, going to be a good movie. Ending could have been better though.
Rick (8 out of 10 ) Grey, I don't know if that's true. There was a bunch of action described in the script which would take up a lot of that time. And having just seen it, it stayed pretty true to this script, which was pretty solid. David Ayer really flourishes with building deep relationships between people in his scripts. He makes you care about each person in the tank just because of what they have between them. Hell, I even cared about Coon-Ass. And he was a dick.
Joe (8 out of 10 ) Great movie. Great acting. Very well written. The ending was very good but could have been better.
Unknown (10 out of 10 ) I personally thought this was an amazing movie. It gave us on an inside of World War II and I loved it. There was nothing wrong with the ending. Not everyone survives the war. Overall, fantastic job on the movie.
Linda (10 out of 10 ) A great movie. It will leave quite an impression on you.
kenneth daly (9 out of 10 ) I thin that this movie did for the Armor Corp what "Saving Private Ryan" did for the Infantry.
Keith (1 out of 10 ) There was so many historical things wrong with the script, it reminded me of an old Sgt Rock comic book. It portrays the Germans as mindless idiots, conducting banzai charges, and perpetuates the myth of Sherman tanks as being death traps. The use of a panzerfaust as close as that depicted would have resulted in the attacker being killed by the blast of his own weapon. The attack of the Shermans across the open field against German 75mm anti tank guns was ludicrous. Every tank would have been destroyed. The Germans had better combat effectiveness than portrayed and were not kewpie dolls in a shooting gallery as depicted in the script and film.
Godagesil (4 out of 10 ) The movie propagated a much of worn out myths: Allied tanks were not as bad as portrayed. Germans did not adopt banzai attack tactics like the writer would have you think. I doubt at that stage of the war if even the SS were singing marching into battle. German troops manning those hv75mm anti-tank guns would have made mincemeat out of those Shermans attacking over an open field, but yet the Germans cannot seem to hit a tank at 400 yards taking no evasive action and driving straight at them. In real life they would have fired smoke to let the troops extricate themselves, taken the treeline under fire and sent a flanking group out. Panzerfausts were used at 60 yards since the back blast would kill you at the distances shown in the movie. I know Hollywood has to take license with somethings like compressed distances and such, but retarded and contrived conflict between a bunch of close knit men that late in the war is more a disrespect than entertaining. Yeah, I understand all the symbolism: fallen and redeemed crap, but seriously? Movies have always been formulaic, but please.