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Fury

2014
129 Mins

Battle-hardened American tank commander Sgt 'Wardaddy' (Brad Pitt) and his four-man crew - including Shia LaBeouf's bible-reading gunner and Logan Lerman's green horn - find themselves facing fanatical resistance when they set off on a mission in Germany as WWII is drawing to a close. Brutalised and numbed by the constant threat of death, the crew live for one another... and kill for their country. Director David Ayer's nerve-shredding action movie takes no prisoners and can stand alongside Saving Private Ryan and The Big Red One as judgement on the horrors of war.

Director: David Ayer

Starring: Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena, Jason Isaacs, Jon Bernthal

Genres: Action

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