If memorable war movies mean something to you, open that book to a new page and add Fury to the list. It belongs there. — Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times I couldn’t help suspecting that there’s a pornographic leer to it all, a savage glee. — Kyle Smith, New York Post Attention to details give Fury heft and value, as does solid acting, but Ayer seems to lose his resolve in two scenes that are straight out of a Sgt. Fury Marvel Comics episode, or maybe a Hollywood script rewrite. — Peter Howell,
It’s easy to see the movie as a story of how war makes monsters out of men. But it’s a good deal more complicated than that. — Michael O’Sullivan,
Washington Post It never scales the cinematic heights or reaches the same groundbreaking level as Saving Private Ryan, but it’s intensely ferocious and relentlessly rough on the senses. You’ll know you’ve been to war, and not on the Hollywood front.
— Rex Reed, New York Observer