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  1. sksksksk's rating of the film Fury

  2. Mariana Cruz's rating of the film Fury

    It's about mob lynchings but it might as well be about the blatant hypocrisy of the death penalty. Thought-provoking and sadly, still very relevant today, though in different contexts.

  3. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Fury

    A lame-duck, societal-issue drama by Fritz Lang that is quite ineffective in its drama. The plot struggles for life and verisimilitude in the first half, while the cleverness of the second half is absent, becoming heavy-handed in its plot and hiccuping in its pace. Odd Lang's M is so effective during its resolution's similar plot points 5 years earlier, while Fury chokes to death on an awkward self-importance.

  4. Ruiz Buñuel's rating of the film Fury

    Vengeance is for villains.

  5. Guillermo Padilla's rating of the film Fury

    Tiene todo el humo que el noir necesita, la condición humana a prueba y al maestro Spencer Tracy dirigido por Fritz Lang... que más podemos pedir

  6. FISCHER's rating of the film Fury

    Admirable "premier film" de Fritz Lang après son départ de l'Allemagne nazie vers les States, qui raconte avec brio, sur le thème de l'injustice et du lynchage collectif, une époustouflante histoire de fureur et de haine. A voir sans réserve par les fanatiques à la Bronson de l'autodéfense et de la justice expéditive... www.cinefiches.com

  7. Tudor Rachieru's rating of the film Fury

  8. ermete polpette's rating of the film Fury

  9. -REM-'s rating of the film Fury

  10. bulgrin's rating of the film Fury

    Really didn't like it at all. Visually there is still something good, but other than that it's way to melodramatic, overacted, and it's really outdated. Too much morality too.

  11. SpacePirate's rating of the film Fury

    What a raw primal film. Lang continues to impress me with each film I see.

  12. José Neves's rating of the film Fury

    Cinematography by Joseph Ruttenberg. Rewatched yesterday: it is by cinema-the supposed filmed document that exposes the participation of the individuals on trial in the attempted lynching-that the truth is revealed, that is, it is through representation that is assumed the truth of the facts, anticipating with this démarche our factual world of images a la minute and representation issues. With the fiery faces of M.

  13. ASHES IN THE HOURGLASS's rating of the film Fury

    This would have been a masterpiece had it not been for it's portrayal of the media and the mob. What I'm saying is that, for a film that criticizes the way the media sensationalizes crime, the film ironically doesn't seem to have a problem sensationalizing the media and the mob. Other than that this was the best performance by Tracy to whom the film is sympathetic but never makes the mistake of being blind to reality

  14. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Fury

    ★★★ unsubtle provincialism.

  15. Mymosh the Selfbegotten's rating of the film Fury

    A small town, inhabited by simpletons, tries to lynch a bewildered Spencer Tracy. Fritz Lang continues to experiment on the unsuspecting populace, provoking law-abiding citizens into ever more grotesque and terrifying outbursts of mob violence. See Popeye, First Blood or Dogville as some of the later examples of films that examine and capture the ugliness of a community's first contact with a stranger.

  16. Log Lady's rating of the film Fury

    Examines mob mentality that often leads to physical crimes, which are perpetrated by two-faced cowards posing as respectful citizens. A good and sharp start for Lang's Hollywood career, but there's a lingering sense of studio involvement, particularly in the saccharine ending. A slightly more pallid version of Lang's later film noirs, but the camerawork, acting, lighting, and smooth direction save a great deal.

  17. Tutu888's rating of the film Fury

    Fritz Lang and Spencer Tracy, need I say more??

  18. filmcapsule's rating of the film Fury

    Interesting Hollywood film from Fritz Lang, that benefits greatly from his subtle but dramatic camerawork and facility with both silent storytelling and artful use of sound. Spencer Tracy smolders as the film careens from a tender love story, to a "wrong man" drama, to a morality tale of vigilante justice and revenge.

  19. Zachary George Najarian-Najafi's rating of the film Fury

    Along with The Big Heat and Secret Beyond the Door, my favorite of Lang's American films because it has that explosive and expressionistic energy present in his German films. Yes, the ending sucks, but everything else works so well. The mob scene is a great example of a master at the height of his powers. I'll be having nightmares over it for weeks. The sharp and shadowy cinematography is just wonderful.

  20. Sudipto Basu's rating of the film Fury

  21. AKFilmFan's rating of the film Fury

    Lang's 1st American film is an angry indictment of the failure of people (and the law) due to gossip and lynching. Too bad the studio meddled with the original story of the film and the ending.

  22. Cineastic's rating of the film Fury

    No film has made me question my own morality than this one. Pure angst. Pure brutality. It makes me go to pieces now; I can't imagine how one would have reacted upon seeing this film in 1936. One of Lang's towering masterpieces.

  23. _Lilith_'s rating of the film Fury

    A refreshing lack of subtlety.

  24. Amadeus Magnus's rating of the film Fury

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