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Plot: It's been two years since Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo) stopped himself from a regrettable act of revenge on Purge Night. Now serving as head of security for Senator Charlie Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell), his mission is to protect her in a run for president and survive the annual ritual that targets the… Runtime: 108 min Release Date: 01 Jul 2016
the stupid people who rated this movie as a bad movie may go to china sea and drink all the sea water there, the movie without hesitation is an excellent movie, it shows how good and bad versus each other,Frank Grillo is showing his best as usual, i hope Hollywood directors can reconsider to use this actor with a long term contract, i am sure he will have success more when he is acting solo, thanks to Michael Bay as one of the producers the movie was perfect in my eyes, it should not be any further criticism otherwise, critics are just trying to lose their stupid mind, that is my opinion and <more>
i hope it is helpful to viewers and finally i wish Frank Grillo all the best in his future movies, i respect this guy a lot
Don't listen to all of the negative reviews. This film was great. (by GraveDigerGrace)
As an avid lover of both the first and the second instalment of The Purge movies, I read the reviews before watching The Purge: Election Year thinking it was going to be less of a horror film and more of a politically driven plot. Still, I went in with high expectations and they were met.This film - though one of it's major themes is political - is fantastic. It shows many purges and at times is highly disturbing, which makes it a great film. The whole idea of The Purge is eerie in itself and this film shows as well as the others that people will kill for anything and most will enjoy it. <more>
However, this film shows that many people are tired of the annual event and losing loved ones is pushing them to retaliate.I must applaud the people who created the costumes; every single piece of clothing the purgers wore was haunting and the masks, well, they were brilliant and effective.The acting was brilliant, the story line was brilliant. The dialogue as well was excellently disturbing at times. When you see it, you'll know what I mean.I loved this film, I actually thought it was better than the second one as it did show more even if they were glimpses of different purges, but they are all fantastic films so they all get a 10/10 for me.Go see this, enjoy it for what it is. It's not realistic, we will never have the annual Purge available for us in the future so enjoy it as a movie. The concept is original, it shows that we are primitive in nature and given the opportunity, many of us would put those 12 hours to use.
Excellent thriller that has you screaming for more (by braddles-21974)
If you liked the first 2 purges, or at least the second one, you'll love this. So far the only negative reviews I've seen come from conservatives who really hate liberals and their "agenda". Granted this movie is heavy on politics and the main bad guys are portrayed as all white old men. However there are plenty of gang fights and killings as well as a group of psychotic murderous black girls, contrary to the reviews that say "all the white people are depicted as bad, and all the minorities are depicted as good". If you are a white supremacist or ultra <more>
conservative, yeah, you probably won't like this movie and will give it a bad review just because of your political beliefs. However if you can put all that aside and just enjoy the movie for the action packed thrill ride that it is, you won't be let down. I hope for more purges in the future, but if not, it was a hell of a ride.
8.75 of 10. It's a rare trilogy that the last film is both the best and smartest of the 3, and this is one of those rarities.After suffering a dropoff with the second, Anarchy, from the first in the series that created a world we wanted to see and know more about, we're back to wanting to see more. On the other hand, this completes the series perfectly, or as close as it may ever get to it, and they should let it end here.Once again, this is not sci-fi. That hasn't changed. What we have is an expansion and development of the dystopian, modern-day alternate reality the first setup <more>
so well. We also get a longer film with more plot and character that doesn't attempt to rush through it like a conventional action/horror flick.
great movie! the best purge so far, better be a 4th. It was more of a sick twisted action movie then scary. Loved it, I would say for the 4th movie to make it scarier but an unreal movie.I really hope there is another movie after. I think included more scary parts will make it better. Loss focus and became more action. Please produce more purge movie and asap. If you liked purge 1 or 2, you will love 3. If you never watch the purge you will love it. I do say watch Purge 2 before 3. You may get lost with relations between both movie 2 & 3. Overall I would give this movie a 9 out of 10. I <more>
would say to up that score would to be scarier. That's the only improvement I can say to make.Thank you for reading my review. Have an amazing day. Watch the Purge 3. You will be missing out if you don't.
The best of the Trilogy - But an amazing stand-alone film (by roguecritic42)
I really loved this movie. I can't wait for it to be released on bluray because I want to add it to my collection.This movie had so much more story and depth and character development compared to it's predecessors.Ultimately, it was a genuinely great story that speaks volumes on the depravity of mankind, the injustices in governments that are run by the elite rich, and the oppression of the lower class all of which are modern topics of debate .It was beautifully put together, with great acting and a good suspenseful soundtrack. But it also managed to carry the strongest plot out of <more>
the trilogy. I liked the way they portrayed the purgers in this movie, because they had the most personality out of all the previous movies, and they demonstrated how evil people really enjoy their work of purging, especially .But it also shows how a cast of people from so different backgrounds could work together for a common good, and how our differences mean so little when we stand together for something good and right and just.
Another success; The Purge franchise hasn't messed up quite yet. (by InDyingArms)
Here we all are with yet another year of purging; The Purge: Election Year, or just The Purge 3 is a film that finds itself in assumption for the worse, but has actually managed to stabilize itself into it's third year, keeping solid, as well as keeping The Purge franchise followers happy.So knowing that the first film was pretty good, leading to the second that actually managed In my opinion to rise itself a bit higher.. this was exciting news to know another installment was coming, and here we are; This film was interesting as a whole. The film now takes upon the more deeper insight <more>
of the entire ordeal, the political standpoint on the entirety of the purge itself, and how it can be used to surpass wants. At the same time, the film, like the others in a way succeeds in bringing the audience into an adventure that revolves around the characters / protagonists as they are forced through the horrifying events that follow the entirety of the purge. With all of that being said, this film as a whole was intriguing. It had a pretty good villain to hero - type of plot going for it, and that stood out well for the entire film. We, the audience are overall sitting intrigued, unable to look away as we're greeted with surprises on every corner, challenge after challenge, and overall ordeal of action that strikes fear to those watching. The scenes of action were intense, and thrilling. Whenever such actions take place, we suddenly find ourselves watching an all out battle, wondering if anything drastic toward our main characters shall happen as we sit, intrigued; It was absolutely awesome, as well to see such events take place, and to see the film succeed in such levels, and portrayals of intensity and action. Aside from all that, on the other hand, this film seemed to take an even more interesting turn toward it's horror side of things. Throughout the film there we're greeted with a rather eerie, impending - doom type feeling; Of course, such vibes and such were given off in the other two films, but this one seemed to crank the level up a bit on that note, introducing itself overall with it, leading to it's success within it's eerie atmosphere, visual eye candy, and just overall events that were executed. Overall on such note, the film cranked up its levels in this one, which of course was a very pleasant surprise, and an exciting aspect for Purge franchise followers. This film felt more intense, and eerie throughout the entire length of the film, the action scenes, as well as events were executed intriguingly, and smoothly. And the Purge blood, gore, and even jump scares as well were well themselves. Another element that was extremely eventful to watch through this horror trip were the characters. From the senator, to the NFFA organization, to the purgers' themselves, it all stood out, and surprisingly enough lead itself into some pleasing twists, and turns. The main characters including The senator Charlie, the characters picked up throughout the film, Leo, and of course her overall competition / enemies each worked in unique ways, and all seemed to work with the story, and not just seem like a pointless character dropped off. It was extremely fun seeing characters such as Leo return, as well After being in the second film they had great roles, and truly executed their survival throughout simplistically. Overall, with all of our leading characters however, each had a heavy heart throughout the story, displaying their care for each other, how each of them connect, and look out for each other as a whole through the hellish ordeal; Sappy. Overall it was fun to see characters return, and watching them go through the twists, and turns of the overall purge was fun as well; The film succeeding in stabilizing their characters, keeping them from becoming boring, or worn out. In conclusion, this was a fun watch. A third installment that's assumed to suck - but ended up being just what the entire franchise needed. Fun characters, awesome portrayal of them as well, returns, unique personalities, as well as additions to the story that works. A turn - up within the topic of their gore, as well as shock value with how the kills are executed, not too much, but also not to little. And to top it all off, an interesting story that stays solid throughout, not seeming to give up with its twists, turns, and overall adventurous, yet at the same time eerie overall execution. The only real problem that stood with this film is the fact that it tends to drag on at times, the film became slow within the middle - to end parts; But every movie has it's moment like such. I feel as if Purge franchise followers, and overall fans won't be disappointed, instead pleased. This was a fun watch, I personally recommend experiencing it.
The Purge: Election Year Continues to Explore a Great Horror Concept With a Heavy Political Slant (by CANpatbuck3664)
I think it's cool that this franchise seems to be evolving to what the fans want. I didn't like the first Purge movie but I did want to see where the idea would go. So the movie going public seemed to collectively say "make another one but go bigger, show it on a national scale." That's exactly what they did with The Purge: Anarchy and it was much better. The Purge: Election Year is more about the political side. It's pretty topical and The Purge franchise has always worn it's politics on it's sleeve so you have to accept that going into it. With the election <more>
in the U.S.A. coming up, there is a lot of good material to tap into so I was eager to see where it would go.*Minor Spoilers Ahead* We actually start the movie pretty far back in the past. A family is tied up on their couch, they are bloody and bruised and have obviously been tortured already. The villain has a mask on and is rocking out hard. He's enjoying himself and talking about how careful he was in selecting specific songs for his Purge playlist. He tells the family that they have arrived at the final purge game, he tells them only one of them is going to survive the night and that the mom gets to choose. We then flash many years ahead of time approx. 15-20 where the NFFA New Founding Fathers of America are running into problems. The word is out about the Purge, how the government is using it to eliminate the lower class. A political candidate running as an independent Senator Charlie Roan Elizabeth Mitchell, Charlie was the same little girl from the opening has gained enough of a following that she is threatening to win the election and to topple the current regime being led by Minister Edwidge Owens Kyle Secor and the NFFA. Leo Barnes Frank Grillo is the head of her security team. He supports her completely but he's annoyed by her disregard for protocol. Meanwhile, the NFFA are less than pleased for sure and decide to have her taken out on purge night.In the spirit of the previous film, we don't just follow Charlie and Leo. Also in Washington D.C. a shop owner Joe Dixon Mykelti Williams and his hired worker Marcos Joseph Julian Soria are anxious about the upcoming purge. Joe's purge insurance has been raised exponentially and he cannot rely on their protection. To make matters worse, there's a couple of teenagers with attitude to burn who are trying to shoplift from his store. If not from some help from Laney Rucker Betty Gabriel they might have got away with it. Laney is already busy on Purge night running a triage van, Joe and Marcos resolve to come back and protect the store.This franchise expands the mythology and keeps expanding it's world with each passing movie which is impressive. Sometimes when it comes to sequels, the studio and the creative team are just content to just repeat the same formula. Not in this franchise. In this one, people are travelling to the U.S. to be part of The Purge, people are trying to make money off it with elaborate costumes and offering services for money like body removal. It's cool that James DeMonaco and his team aren't just content to coast on what they've built and try something different each time.The Purge: Election Year also represents a change of genre. The first Purge was a straight bottle horror film. The Purge: Anarchy brought more action in but still was survival horror. Election Year is an action movie with horror aspects. There's a few cheap jump scares but anything that's meant to be scary is more through the imagery. I have to commend the people who designed the sets, the costumes and even the cinematography. The designs are more freakish and the costumes while outlandish are very creative and are creepy as hell.So while I want to keep heaping praise on this, I'll get into the more mixed aspects here. Starting with the plot, the direction they decide to take it in is interesting with the fight against the purge actually forming. The character development hasn't been the deepest throughout the franchise but I think this one takes a step back with the exception of Charlie and Leo. I just didn't care as much for guys like Joe, Marcos and Dante compared to the characters of the previous entries. I also thought the dialogue was pretty bad throughout. I felt bad for Mykelti as so much of his dialogue is very hokey and cringe-worthy at points. So while there's some new and interesting stuff in the writing, it's not all great and not every aspect of Election Year is exponentially better.I think that with the acting you get 2 really good acting jobs and the rest are a mix of okay to bad. Frank and Elizabeth carry the movie, they're the most believable and you want to follow them. I don't want to blame Mykelti and Joseph too much , they're saddled with some lacklustre parts of the script. The villains the NFFA and the evil purgers were overdoing it but in a weird way it fit the movie. This movie is far from subtle and their performances were consistent with that.When it comes to The Purge franchise, I think that Anarchy is still the best entry. Anarchy completely achieved what it wanted to achieve and was a deeper movie than you would think at first glance. The Purge: Election Year builds on the groundwork of the first 2 movies well even though it has some setbacks. With the heavy political message it conveys, it won't please everyone and I understand that. I'm up to see another entry though and watch where The Purge will go next.
Purge Election Year is practically a movie about the weak get eaten and government being corrupted. That's basically the movies symbolism.Start with the two high school girls who are just purging because of wanting some candy bar. These characters were completely irrelevant to the plot however served a purpose of how most teenagers are spoiled these days and believe can do what they choose.We then focus the majority of the movie with senator Charlie running for president who is trying to end the purge. While her running mate was a minister who sorry this is the screwed up part strongly <more>
believes in the purge. Which made no sense at since most religious people are strongly against this. The senator focus on trying to stay alive whole night. While interacting with others such as Dante bishop who is trying to kill the minister. However Charlie is strongly against this and believes she can win the election based on voters.Purge election year strongly served on what some government official will do to ensure their win in an election and how others will put faith in the voters.