Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Peña, Jon Bernthal, Jason Isaacs, Scott Eastwood
Bill Block, John Lesher, Alex Ott, Ethan Smith, David Ayer
Action, Drama, War
April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.
Sgt. Don 'Wardaddy' Collier (Pitt) leads a tightly-knit tank crew with a mixture of compassion, loyalty and toughness. They have fought together since the North African campaign and have been through hell. Boyd 'Bible' Swan (LaBeouf) is the gunner; Trini 'Gordo' Garcia (Michael Pena)
The last time we saw Brad Pitt hunting for Nazis, he was the fun guy with a Southern drawl who leads a squad of killers in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. This time around, he is a serious, stern sergeant popularly known as Wardaddy, commanding a tank with a diverse quartet.
US Army Staff Sergeant Don ‘Wardaddy’ Collier (Pitt) is commanding a Sherman tank Fury in April 1945, when one of his crew members, an assistant driver and bow gunner, is killed in the battle. The replacement turns out to be a recently-enlisted Army clerk Norman Ellison (Lerman) who hasn’t
A perfect depiction of what a war story should look like, Fury is an intense, raw and hard-hitting drama set in the spring of 1945. The movie opens to an old-fashion backdrop, dingy grounds, piles of dead soldiers and frustrated militants. The first half of the presentation is slow and entirely
GONE GIRL – directed by David Fincher and based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn – unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?
David Fincher (The Social Network, Fight Club, Se7en, etc.) and screenwriter Gillian Flynn (on whose novel the movie is based) have hit the bulls-eye. The story is told mainly with two perspectives up to a point. Nick returns home on the day of their wedding anniversary to a shocking scene.
‘Gone Girl’ is not a true representative of marriage. But it certainly tells you how messed up marriage can make you, if you’re a twisted person to begin with. The movie largely follows the plot of the eponymous book it is based on with a few minor and occasionally pivotal changes.
Uday, a young photojournalist on assignment in the jungles of the Sundarbans, rescues a white tiger cub ensnared in a poacher’s trap and brings the cub to a small settlement he is based in. Soon, panic among the villagers sets in. In order to bring calm back to the villagers, the forest warden takes the cub away.
The Royal Bengal Tigress enters the village in the night searching for her cub. She picks up the scent of her cub’s blood and reaches the photographer’s hut. When she fails to get her cub back, her instinct leads her to avenge the kidnapping. She unleashes her wrath upon Uday, kills him, and disappears with his body.
Enters Pundit; captain of an elite commando team, who comes to the Sundarbans to claim his brother Uday’s body. Silent replies from the villagers leads Pundit to a confrontation with the park warden. She callously declares the case closed and refuses to send a party to recover Uday’s body as the expanse and dangers of the forest ecology are too complex. Angry and emotional, Pundit decides to deal with the matter himself. He calls upon his own crack commando team and with the help of a local guide Madhu they engage a known tracker, Jhumpa, and set off on a do-or-die mission to capture and kill the white tigress.
The team's quest leads them deep into the marshy heartland of the Sundarbans where they see things only heard of before in old folklore.
Yet sharp and intelligent, the white tigress not only eludes them every time but also manipulates them into her territory. Adding to their predicament, a villainous poacher Bheera senses an opportunity to serve his own interest. He schemes a plan to use the survivors as bait to trap his prize catch, the Royal Bengal White Tigress. But little do they know that the hunters are soon going to become the hunted.
There is a theory in Roar as to why some tigers in the Sundarbans are maneaters. It suggests that dead bodies from the Ganga and cyclones end up floating into the region, and the starving animals unable to hunt settle for them to survive. We have a better, wilder theory as to why
In order to realise their mission, they seek the help of local guide Madhu (Pranay Dixit) and tracker Jhumpa (Himarsha V). Obviously, the 'hunters' soon realise that their plan may not be foolproof after all and their lives could be in danger. From running out of useful resources in the dense
When the film began it was merely offensive. After all, a bunch of army men launch a full blown operation to kill a white tiger in the Sundarbans. But then the unintentional humor takes over and everytime the tiger eats up a man, you woot! It is one of those films which doesn’t want to waste