April, 1945 was a defining point in WWII. The allies making one of the final pushes into the thralls of the Nazi's. This is the story of one group of men, that were out numbered, out gunned, and in over their heads. They fought together in one of the most historically remembered tanks from that battle, the "FURY". The 5 men aboard face insurmountable odds in the fight that lies ahead. What they face is certain death but if that is their future, they are not going down without a fight. We are given a glimpse into what they went through on this journey. The victories and the defeats, how they all were an integral part of our history. Facing the SS and tiger tanks, pushing through enemy lines and making hard decisions along the way. This movie feels more like a documentary than a movie. You feel like you are caught up in the battles, the 5 men are each relatable to someone we know. We as viewers feel as though we become part of the story. The way it's portrayed is mostly accurate, there are some minor flaws, but they do not take away from the importance of what is being told. The language is profane but true to the day. A glimpse into a little bit of history from their perspective... Truly one for the ages.
Fury has to be my favorite WW2 movie I've ever seen. It shows the life of the American tank crew and their ridiculous struggle against the German resistance. The toils of war show how just the little experiences mean so much and when they are taken away the emotional toil is just too much. The fact that almost every vehicle in the movie was actually used in WW2. ThGermanan tiger tank was the bane of allied troops in the war and this tank in is the only existing working model in the world and it's a true treasure like all the lives lost in the war. I give the movie 4 out of 5 stars - Jason