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Fury: Blood Brothers (2015)

This short offers notes from writer/director David Ayer, senior military advisor Kevin Vance, WWII veterans George Smilanich, Don Evans, Paul Andert and Ray Stewart, military advisor David ... See full summary »
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Paul Andert Paul Andert ... WWII Veteran
David Ayer ... Himself
Jon Bernthal ... Himself
Don Evans Don Evans ... WWII Veteran
Shia LaBeouf ... Himself
Logan Lerman ... Himself
Michael Peña ... Himself
Brad Pitt ... Himself
David Rae David Rae ... Military Advisor
George Smilanich George Smilanich ... WWII Veteran
Ray Stewart Ray Stewart ... WWII Veteran
Kevin Vance ... Military Advisor
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This short offers notes from writer/director David Ayer, senior military advisor Kevin Vance, WWII veterans George Smilanich, Don Evans, Paul Andert and Ray Stewart, military advisor David Rae, and actors Jon Bernthal, Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, and Michael Pena. It looks at the actors' training and preparation as well as reflections on WWII experiences.

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27 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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8 August 2016 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

This is the only extra on the regular DVD of Fury, well, my library's copy anyway, going into that movie. Why don't I own it, myself? Because this is hardly a picture that one can watch repeatedly. It simply takes too much of a toll on you, on a very deep, significant level. So of course, this featurette goes into how they got all the way there.

It is made up of interviews, sit-down, between takes and such, with crew, actors and vets, all getting a good amount of time, each with something interesting to say, footage, both stock from the real events and behind the scenes, and film clips.

This goes into the authenticity and what they went through to get there, to understand the reality. The cast ended up asking further questions to reach that. We aren't given many of the answers, or what was said at all. Merely that the exchanges took place. They became a family. We learn a lot about the training, both the one week and the on-going to keep in shape, in more ways than one. This does dip into being the unfettered love-fest typical for this sort of thing, but not only of the big names.

This is 10 and a half minutes in running time. There are almost no credits. It shows and tells almost nothing of the worst in detail, which does keep the rating low. Presumably to allow it to air on TV, and such. The feature pushes a hard R, so the DVD isn't exactly going to avoid offensive material. 7/10


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