Coming Soon: Fury

Brian Deal

One of the movies that I am most looking forward to is Fury. This movie is directed by David Ayer (Sabotage and End of Watch) and the story centers around an army tank and her five man crew towards the end of WWII as the Americans attempt to defeat Nazi Germany. The cast is led by Brad Pitt, who portrays Wardaddy and he is the lead of the tank. The cast also includes Shia LeBeouf, Michael Pena (End of Watch) and Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower). If you enjoyed End of Watch then you may want to check this movie out. It appears to take on a similar style in the sense that in End of Watch it focuses on the relationship between the two main characters in the cop car. In Fury, it appears to be similar where they focus on the relationships in the tank as the war takes place. If it worked once, why not try it again?

You cannot go wrong with Brad Pitt either. I cannot think of the last time I saw a Brad Pitt movie and thought to myself, “I did not enjoy that.” The guy knows how to pick good movies and he comes off as extremely likeable. For all of the negativity that surrounds LeBeouf these days, that is completely forgotten with Pitt at the lead for this movie. Based off of the trailer, this movie is heading to be a box office hit. It has an outstanding cast, a successful director, and is set in an intriguing and influential time period. If you are looking for an entertaining, yet powerful, movie, this is the movie to watch out for.

Fury is an upcoming World War II film, set to be released November 14, 2014. Set in the last few months of the War, Wardaddy and his crew face rough odds when they are assigned to a mission behind-enemy-lines.


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