FFCC members review David Ayer’s ‘Fury’

FFCC members review David Ayer’s World War II epic, Fury, starring Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman.


Bill Gibron, FilmRacket

Fury is a fine example of an old fashioned concept given a meaningful post-modern polish. It’s terrific, and tragic.”

Read Review


Dan Hudak, Hudak On Hollywood

“Writer/director David Ayer strikes a clean balance between the brutality of battle and the humanity of war, and the result is a stellar film that reminds us of the mental toll war takes on its combatants.”

Read Review


Hans Morgenstern, Independent Ethos

“A nerve-rattling confrontation with the sublime.”

Read Review


Steve Persall, Tampa Bay Times

“Fury reeks of self-importance, a strange arrogance for a fictional World War II drama drenched in more blood than ideas.”

Read Review


Rene Rodriguez, The Miami Herald

“As a testament to the valor of the military, Fury achieves its mission. But as entertainment, it doesn’t work as well.”

Read Review


Skip Sheffield, SkipSheffield.com

“The main problem with “Fury” is that most of us have already heeded Sherman’s warning. You don’t have to be a veteran to know war is a terrible thing, but perhaps people need to be reminded again and again. Remember “The Alamo.”

Read Review



Comments are closed.