Fury Friday, 03 April 2020


Additional Info

  • Rating:

    MA15+: Strong war themes, violence, blood and gore, and coarse language.

  • The pitch:

    Tanks very much.

  • Starring:

    Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, Jon Bernthal, Jim Parrack, Brad William Henke

  • Directed by:

    David Ayer

  • Running time:

    134 minutes

  • Rated:

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)


    People are shot, stabbed, wrestled, punched, kicked, slapped, tormented, grabbed, shoved, headlocked, butt-whipped, ambushed, thrown through the air, crushed, hair-pulled, stomped. People commit suicide (gunshot) and implied suicide (cyanide, gunshots), loot dead bodies. Explosions, burning vehicles/debris, air raids, front-line combat, mine blast. Hitler mentioned (portrait seen). Shooting people/animals,  being skinned alive, killing "pigs" mentioned. Screaming. Blood/gore: Corpses (burning, decomposed, faceless, body piles, children, adults, animal, hanging). Half a face, head blown off, missing limbs, guts, open wounds. Burning/singed bodies/faces. Bloody noses/bodies/faces/cuts/clothing/objects. Scars, bruising, sling. Makeshift camp hospital, patients, IV drips. 


    A young couple have bedroom sex (implied). Kissing. Crotch-grabbing. Loose-fitting clothing (exposed thighs, cleavage). Shirtless man.


    Alcohol (beer, wine, spirits, champagne). Intoxication. Smoking. Cyanide mentioned.


    F-words, s-words, a-words, bastard, sonofab*tch. Name-calling. Slang for genitals. Derogatory term for women. Religious references and exclamations.


    World War II, Allies, suicide, death, survival, desensitisation, Nazi Germany, rookies, tank warfare, morality, humanity, fragility, casualties, surrender, sacrifice, war crimes.


    Horses, cow, goat, buzzing flies. Urination, spitting, vomiting. Bacon, eggs eaten. Some German (subtitled).


    Astonishing, gripping, raw, unsentimental, truthful, unrelenting, unflinching, good, solid, rugged, realistic, macho, violent, gutsy, old-fashioned, stirring. Terrific action sequences, strong ensemble cast, excellent performances, a real sense of combat, vivid cinematography.


    Uneven, pretentious, bleak, ugly, solemn, unimaginative, lumbering, clumsy, clichéd, war-loving, bland, fictional. Faceless villains, strange centrepiece scene, some trite dialogue, cardboard characterisations, Hollywood ending.

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