David Ayer's World War II tank drama follows a bunch of misfits lead by Brad Pitt's Wardaddy during the height of Hitler's power in Germany in 1945, who are the go-to team when it comes to blowing shit up.
The film is engaging and often, edge of your seat tension led, with the battle of these huge tanks relentlessly kicking each other's arse's up on screen. Fury does suffer pacing issues throughout and the characters seem to take a back…
Just as I thought, upon another viewing La Dolce Vita shows me things I didn't quite see at first glance and that with patience, comes reward. I'm looking forward to subsequent viewings to gain more fulfilment from Fellini's much talked about masterpiece.
Fellini's films have always divided my opinions, no two are the same. I have a lot of adoration for Amarcord, 8 1/2 and La Strada but there's always the films in between that I struggle with,…