“Fury” is a 2014 American war film written and directed by David Ayer, which circles April 1945, when the Allies made their final push in the European theater in World War II.
The film portrays U.S. tank crews in Nazi Germany during the final days of the war. Brad Pitt, who plays Army Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier, leads a Sherman tank and a five-man crew into a deadly mission behind enemy lines.
Here are four of the best “Fury” scenes:
For many viewers, this is one of their favorite scenes from the movie. The battle scene below is a realistic depiction of U.S. tank crews in Nazi Germany.
The viewers get a bit of humor involved in the movie from all of the characters, but specifically Brad Pitt in the clip below, when he says, “You mind if I continue to invade Germany?”
In this scene, viewers can see the harsh reality of some of the soldiers’ mental states during the war. Many of the troops who fought in World War II recently became adults and were already being sent to fight in battles they weren’t mentally prepared for.
This scene plays a crucial role in the movie because it is the first battle scene of the film. It also shows multiple components of the war, including trenches and tanks.