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David Ayer

Movie Review: 'Fury' ... Love Between Soldiers

Carole Mallory | Posted 10.21.2014 | Entertainment
Carole Mallory

Who likes to watch war? Director David Ayer helps you to care and to understand our soldiers who fought for our freedom and this is why Fury is an important film

Christopher Rosen

'Fury' Director Responds To Bad Reviews

HuffingtonPost.com | Christopher Rosen | Posted 10.20.2014 | Entertainment

The violence in David Ayer's "Fury" is relentless and brutal. The first scene of this World War II movie features Brad Pitt, playing a sergeant with t...

Movie Review: Fury -- War Is Hell

Marshall Fine | Posted 10.15.2014 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

David Ayer's Fury is one of the few that warrants its length (or most of it). Brutal, punishing and exciting -- in that order -- Fury gives you an approximation of what it would be like to spend a few action-packed days trapped inside an under-equipped American tank toward the end of WWII.

'Fury' Director Weighs In On Rumors Of Shia LaBeouf's 'Crazy' Behavior

HuffPost Live | Rahel Gebreyes | Posted 10.14.2014 | HuffPost Live 321

Shia LaBeouf will go to serious lengths to accurately portray his characters on film. Not only did the actor cut his face to make his war wounds m...

Brad Pitt Goes To War In New 'Fury' Trailer

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 06.25.2014 | Entertainment

"It will end, soon. But before it does, a lot more people have got to die." That's the basic thesis of Brad Pitt's "Fury." Set against the backdrop of...

Shia LaBeouf's 'Fury' Director Comments On Gossip Report

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 01.25.2014 | Entertainment

A gossip report from London's Daily Mail published on Jan. 4 alleged that Shia LaBeouf had upset his co-stars, Brad Pitt among them, on the set of the...

Movie Review: End of Watch

Marshall Fine | Posted 11.20.2012 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

It's a Chekhovian truism that if you introduce a gun in the first act, it had better go off before the end of the play. That apparently didn't register with David Ayer, who wrote and directed End of Watch, a competent but unremarkable new cops-on-the-streets tale.