Fifth about The Seventh

Fury (2014)

FuryFury: long in violence (particularly of the graphic type) and brutality, David Ayer’s film is efficient in portraying the hell of war. It is, by the other hand, short in story and character (which are close to charicatures, which explains the unimpressive acting all-around) and an unpleasant sit. The action scenes, however well-orchestrated they may be, end up not being very involving, since it’s hard to care for the character’s destinies. Technically, this is a solid work: from the cinematography, set design and visual effects to the sound mixing and editing.

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