Brad Pitt's Second Greatest War Movie Comes to Netflix in February

Brad Pitt's Second Greatest War Movie Comes to Netflix in February
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WW2 action flick worth checking out.


  • Brad Pitt has starred in five World War II movies, and Fury is one of the best.
  • The war movie is about an army sergeant who is forced to make tough decisions in order for his crew to succeed.
  • Fury will be released on Netflix on February 1, 2024.

You think Netflix has everything in its library, but then you realize that there are still iconic movies that have just arrived on the streaming platform. And suddenly you can't think of anything else until you see the movie again, but this time on a small screen.

Well, that's exactly the case with Brad Pitt's Fury, the war movie created by David Ayer in which the A-list actor plays the role of a grizzled tank commander, Don 'Wardaddy' Collier, who is naturally forced to make tough choices as he and his squad battle their way across Germany in April 1945.

The film was released in 2014 and went on to become Pitt's second best war movie, the first being, of course, Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. Fury was a box office smash when it was released. The action-packed film grossed a total of $211.8 million worldwide compared to a budget of $68 million.

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There were many controversial reviews on this movie, though, as many fans didn't get it and even accused the director of creating something without a plot.

However, true connoisseurs of the war movie genre admitted that the film amazingly depicts all the horrors of the time. And Brad Pitt did an excellent job portraying the fearless commander, ready to fight every obstacle on his way to victory.

“I really enjoyed this movie and thought it was a great looking film with phenomenal performances from the main characters. Recently within the last year I have been trying to get more into film and see them as more than just movies but rather actual pieces of art. I love movies like this for the use of filming on location,” one Redditor said.

Viewers will be able to watch Fury on Netflix starting from February 1.