Army sergeant Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a crew of five through the heart of late-war Germany 1945. Action packed with graphic battle scenes and authenticity that makes Platoon look like a picnic, Fury catapults audiences into the trenches of Nazi enemy lines.
Outnumbered and outgunned the crew of tank; Sherman, push through a deadly mission on pure grit and glory. Facing overwhelming odds and suffering the loss of one of their crew, a new rookie and unprepared Norman Ellison, a young typist is thrown into the mix of the platoon. Tank commander Wardaddy is determined to keep his men alive and is steadfast to harden this rookie to perform as a veteran warrior as he is a threat to the platoon’s survival. The five men of the Fury – Wardaddy, the commander, Boyd Swan (Shia LaBeouf) the gunner; Graddy Trais (Jon Bernthal), the loader; Trini Garcia (Michael Pena), the driver; and Norman (Logan Lerman), the assistant driver take on 300 enemy Nazis driven on pure adrenaline and desperation for survival.
Written by David Ayer known for films such as Training Day and The Fast and the Furious has once again created characters that are realistic. His thorough research emulates the sight, smell, touch, and sounds of his characters point of view transcending a visual masterpiece upon the screen time and time again.
I definitely recommend the Fury!