Fury parents guide


With enough fury they might just win the war.

Overall C-

Sergeant Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) knows WWII may be nearing the end, but the killing isn't finished. If he and his crew are going to survive, they must push through enemy lines with only the protection of a Sherman tank nicknamed Fury.

Release date October 17, 2014

Violence D
Sexual Content C+
Profanity D
Substance Use C-

Why is Fury rated R? The MPAA rated Fury R for strong sequences of war violence, some grisly images, and language throughout.

Run Time: 135 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

Please read our content details for this movie to help determine if it is suitable. We also encourage you to check our full review.

Why is Fury rated R? Fury is rated R by the MPAA for strong sequences of war violence, some grisly images, and language throughout.

Violence: This film portrays frequent gory, brutal war violence throughout. There are frequent depictions of beatings, shootings, stabbings, dismemberment, explosions and characters in flames. These acts are often showing with highly detailed injuries and blood. Bloodied and dismembered corpses and nearly dead men are frequently seen. Disturbing actions are sometimes depicted in relation to these portrayals. Some characters commit or consider suicide as a way of avoiding pain or capture by the enemy. (Detailing the explicit nature of these scenes is not in keeping with our editorial policies of maintaining an age-appropriate website at Parent Previews.)

Sexual Content: A young solider begins kissing and embracing a young woman he has just met minutes earlier. The scene ends with sex strongly implied. Other military men harass and make lewd gestures and remarks to civilian women. One man fondles a woman from behind. Crude sexual remarks and innuendo are included.

Language: Pervasive use (at least 80 occurrences) of the sexual expletive and variations, sometimes in a sexual or aggressive context. Scatological slang, cursing, profanity, and vulgar expressions are heard along with some detailed sexual language. Ethnic slurs are spoken.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters are frequently seen smoking cigarettes and tobacco products. Characters drink while at battle, sometimes to the point of inebriation.

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Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Frequent Violence, Coarse Language.
Alberta 14A Gory Brutal Violence, Coarse Language.
Manitoba 18A Brutal Violence, Gory Scenes, Coarse Language.
Ontario 14A Coarse Language, Gory Scenes, Graphic Violence.
Quebec 13+ Violence, Vulgar Language.
Martimes 14A
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News About "Fury"

Cast and Crew

Fury is directed by David Ayer and stars Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Scott Eastwood.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Fury movie is January 27, 2015. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Fury
Release Date: 27 January 2014
Fury releases to home video (DVD or Blu-ray) with the following extras:
- Fifty minutes of deleted and extended scenes.
- Four behind-the-scenes featurettes
Blu-ray Exclusive Bonus Features include:
- Fifty minutes of deleted and extended scenes.
- Photo Gallery
- “Director’s Combat Journal” - David Ayer gives an account of the months spent in the English countryside shooting, finding antique tanks to drive and managing the scale of production that a WWII movie demands.
- “Armored Warriors: The Real Men Inside the Shermans” - Some of the real-life soldiers who lived and fought day-to-day in a Sherman tank reflect on their WWII experience.
- “Taming the Beast: How to Drive, Fire, & Shoot Inside a 30-Ton Tank” - Experts demonstrate how the giant Sherman tanks operate and fire. In this featurette, the camera also goes inside the tank to bring an in-depth, point-of-view experience, along with cast and crew reflections on filming in the “human sardine can.”
- “Blood Brothers” featurette - The cast and crew discuss their roles and on-set dynamics.

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Other movies about World War II include The Great Escape, Tora! Tora! Tora!I and Valkrie.

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