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Fury Movie 2014

Fury Movie Review (2014) | Cast, plot & more

Fury 2014 Movie Review | Cast, Story & More is an in-depth examination of the 2014 release Fury that gives readers an in-depth knowledge of its Cast, storyline, cinematography and other aspects that make it a must-see for World War II movie enthusiasts.

Fury boasts an all-star cast that includes Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal as the lead characters. Pitt gives an outstanding performance as Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier of a tank crew in the U.S. Army’s 2nd Armored Division; LaBeouf plays Boyd “Bible” Swan as gunner while Logan Lerman appears as Norman Ellison (a rookie Army clerk forced into joining up as driver); Pena and Bernthal complete their team as Trini “Gordo” Garcia and Grady “Coon-Asss” Travis respectively.

Fury begins during the final days of World War II in April 1945, as U.S. Army 2nd Armored Division led by Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier are on a mission deep within Nazi Germany when their tank, named Fury, is struck by an enemy anti-tank round and killed their assistant driver and exposed them to enemy fire. Norman Ellison, an Army clerk trainee forced into joining as a replacement driver, follows their journey towards reaching their objective and any obstacles.

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Fury’s cinematography is simply outstanding. Director David Ayer and cinematographer Roman Vasyanov did an exceptional job of depicting World War II with its grim and realistic atmosphere, using a narrow aspect ratio to add to the feeling of being trapped inside a tank; its action scenes are intense and visceral, featuring some of the greatest tank battles seen on screen to date.

Fury stands out among other films for several different aspects. Notably, its Cast, story, cinematography, score by Steven Price and sound design from top to bottom, with realistic gunfire sounds adding another level of realism, as well as production design and costumes that accurately represent both period and setting.

Fury is an outstanding World War II movie worth watching, thanks to an exceptional cast, engaging storytelling, stunning cinematography and other aspects like its score, sound design, production design and costumes that add to an outstanding cinematic experience. We highly recommend Fury to anyone interested in war movies, history or just great filmmaking.

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