Fury is set in 1945. It stars Brad Pitt as an army sergeant in command of a Sherman tank, stuck behind enemy lines with a five-person crew.
Their mission is to strike a strong blow right in the heart of of Nazi Germany... but did the film strike a positive chord with the film critics of America?
We run down their rants and raves below...
Fury is a brutal film that too easily celebrates rage and bloodshed to no clear end beyond ugly spectacle. - Tom Long
Attention to details give Fury heft and value, as does solid acting, but Ayer seems to lose his resolve in two scenes that are straight out of a Sgt. Fury Marvel Comics episode, or maybe a Hollywood script rewrite. - Peter Howell