Fury review

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http://permanentmakeuptattootraining.com/2014/09/hello-world/ In Fury we follow a tank commander at the end of World War II – named Wardaddy (played by Brad Pitt) – and his crew played by Shia LaBeouf (Bible), Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal (Coon-ass) and Michael Peña(Gordo).

where to order nolvadex online The movie displays some of the horrors of war and the cast was also pretty great – even though I never really felt attached to any of the characters. I’ve always loved Jon Bernthal ever since I saw him in The Walking Dead.

https://vakantiealicante.nl/57450-dte97581-adult-dating-free-site.html Personally I found the movie to be rather dull and boring. It didn’t really feel intense until the end, there wasn’t a lot of action going on where I felt enganged, the story was basically non existent. On top of that the special effects felt a bit off, making it a bit of a mess.

mexico over 50 dating site Basically what I’m trying to get at is that the movie isn’t the most complex World War II movie you’ll ever watch, it’s OK.

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  1. This movie began relatively quiet (which could turn a bit dull at times, yeah) and built up to the climax at the end when the real action happens. Maybe a bit too much heroic style action. Overall the movie was quite entertaining, though. Indeed it also showed the horrors of the war, reminding us it should never ever happen again.

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