While the lack of story might concern others, it makes sense within Fury: it’s a war movie and the only story to tell is about the men fighting it, and that’s the film’s fatal flaw. These guys are just not convincing as a beaten-down tank crew, and even worse, they are more like caricatures than fully-formed people. Throughout, the cast feels like they are playing characters from other war movies rather than actual soldiers. The action is solid and some of the performances rise above mediocre – Jason Isaacs is a particular standout – but it’s hard to take the bait on some of the meatier scenes because there just isn’t enough development for you to care. A lot of sound, but little actual fury.