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    'Fury' Director David Ayer Recruits Brad Pitt to Kill More Nazis

    After "End of Watch," David Ayer was naturally drawn to "Fury," another intense, day in the life pressure cooker about a tank crew at the end of World War II in the heart of Germany. But his script attracted A-lister Brad Pitt --as well as Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal --...

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    Here Are Six Films Opening This Weekend, and Why You Should See Them

    This October weekend is filled with cinephile's riches, from a serious Oscar contender to a Sundance hit satire. Here's what to see, and what to think twice about before you do.

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    Men's Rights Activists, GamerGate, and Why 'Fight Club' is Still Worth Debating 15 Years Later

    The 15th anniversary of "Fight Club" has brought conflicting pieces on whether or not the film fully takes Tyler Durden's toxic worldview (and its worst fans) to task. Here's why they're both worth reading and arguing over.

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    David Ayer on Why Brad Pitt Was 'The Perfect Guy' For World War II Drama 'Fury'

    Writer/director David Ayer on "Fury," an epic World War II film starring Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman and Shia LaBeouf.

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    Five Questions About Brad Pitt War Movie 'Fury'

    It takes a village to make a movie into an award-season contender. Everything has to line up just right. David Ayer's "Fury" is a fascinating case of of a World War II picture that delivers on many levels--it's well-written, well-shot, and well-acted. It's taut with tension and riveting to sit throu...

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    'Fury' Reviews: What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothin'

    Looks like Brad Pitt's best hopes for Oscars this year will have to be rooting for Angelina Jolie.

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