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Fury is a war film written and directed by David Ayer, released in 2014.

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Why did Fury (2014) end this way?

This movie is recently released and I'm sure some movie fanatics have seen it here. Warning: this question has spoilers. Fury is a 2014 American war film set during World War II written and ...
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What do the scars on Brad Pitt's back mean in Fury?

In Fury Brad Pitt had scars on his back, which seem to be from a whip. How did he get these scars when he was in the Army and what does it show?
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Who is the masked German Sniper near the end of the movie?

Recently saw the movie Fury and near the end of the movie when Don "Wardaddy" Collier gets shot by the German sniper. The German sniper initially wears a doorag/mask around his face and is revealed. ...
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Red and green laser cannons in "Fury"

As far as I can tell the movie "Fury" was not supposed to be sci-fi, but rather a realistic WWII movie. Despite this, it seems that the German troops were equipped with green laser cannons and the ...
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Brad Pitt's weapon in Fury

In Fury, we see Brad Pitt wielding a German manufactured Stg-44 assault rifle-the first ever. My understanding was that they were only issued to some Waffen SS and mostly to fighters on the Eastern ...
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What is the pink thing on the Sherman tank?

When the Fury tank enters the town, a pink object is visible on the tank. What is that?
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Why didn't Germans simply set Fury on fire?

While watching Fury the other night, aside from stunning visuals and great acting I've noticed something rather peculiar. Considering Fury depicts the end of war by which time Germans should've seen ...
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Why didn't Brad Pitt's character invite his crew in the German women's house?

In the movie Fury (2014) at some point our heroes enter a German town and capture it. The main protagonist Donald "Don" "Wardaddy" Collier, played by Brad Pitt (who was a staff ...
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English translation of SS officer’s line in Fury

What was this SS officer saying during this scene in Fury? There was no English subtitle for his line (around 1:41:38). I do not know German so I cannot transcribe what he says. A minute later after ...
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Does the story take place across a single day or over a longer period?

In the movie Fury, there doesn't seem to be a point that the soldiers rest and sleep. Could I be imagining things or is that one long and hectic day? I am concerned about this because the day just ...
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Is Collier's line about the bible correct?

In Fury, Brad Pitt said: "You see, we can kill them (women), but we can't fuck them, 'cause it said so in the Bible." Did the Bible really said that?
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What was Brad Pitt's character's motivation to not take cover in Fury?

Why did the Fury's commander (played by Pitt) continue to expose himself with the .50 cal on the turret when he knew there was a sniper out there? His gunner had just had his head taken off and he ...
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