Monday, January 26, 2015

Movie Review: Fury

It's almost the end of WWII, but small pockets of resistance remain in Germany, which has been overrun by the allied forces. A convoy of four allied tanks is ambushed on a mission, leaving a single, immobilized tank and its crew in charge of defending a crucial cross road.

While the story or drama isn't much to write home about, Fury scores high for some really memorable scenes - the cannon shots fired across open fields, the treads of the tanks crushing bodies in the slush, and a very well executed scene "on the dining table" between the crew and a local German resident and her pretty cousin.

Watch  it on the big screen if you aren't too squeamish, or at least get a BluRay, for best effect!

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