‘Fury’ Movie Review: Show depicts WWII with a truthful feel

Chris Martin, staff writer

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The World War II-based action film titled “Fury” is a guided tour through a man-made hell. The film not only displays the psychological experiences of warfare during the mid 1930s, but it also shows the struggle for American soldiers during the last days of the Second World War.

The film is plotted in a M4A3E8 Sherman tank. The tank consists of five crew members: the driver, gunner, loader, secondary gunner, and commander. The actors include Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, and Jon Bernthal. These five American soldiers constantly battle Germans from behind enemy lines. These men became family throughout their psychologically and physically exhausting journey through World War II.

I think this movie perfectly portrays the hardships and the brutality of World War II. These five men face hardships that no human being should face. “Fury” is nothing short of a perfect, realistic example of the struggle for soldiers in World War II.