- Wardaddy trading plates with Emma after Grady licks the egg off her plate.
- The crew giving Norman his war name - "Machine".
- The crew sharing a bottle of whiskey while all alone, and Wardaddy quoting scripture with Bible.
- A SS soldier sees Norman hiding underneath the tank after everyone has been killed but does not warn his comrades and just moves on, sparing Norman from a horrible fate.
- Meta-example. David Ayer's reason for including the character of Boyd "Bible" Swan, so he could show a character whose faith was his greatest strength and the other crewmen don't mock or treat him as the Butt-Monkey. Even more heartwarming when you consider Ayer himself is a Christian.
Heartwarming / Fury (2014)