Plot: Charlie Roan survives the purge 18 years earlier that leaves her entire family dead. She is now running for President in hopes to be elected and abolish the annual purge so that there is no more. 749 more words
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Frances Winston feels that this movie should appeal to fans, but it is not for the squeamish.
Directed by: James DeMonaco – Starring: Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson, Betty Gabriel, Terry Serpico, Raymond J. 457 more words
It appears to be cosmically noteworthy that ‘The Purge’ series is gradually getting better; the first movie was a dire and lifeless slasher horror that squandered one of the most fertile movie ideas in forever as a get out of jail free card for why nobody ever calls the cops. 1,620 more words
Despite a rocky start, James DeMonaco, the mind behind The Purge franchise, proved that the high concept idea behind the films – for one night every year, all crime, including murder, is legal in America – had greater potential than its original home invasion narrative, by opening the story up to wider ideas about politics, race and economics in its 2014 sequel, … 551 more words
What a terrible choice to spend some quality time watching movies at home… The first one brought the idea and it was terribly boring; the second one was more violent and there was much more blood (exactly whay you look for when watching these type of films); but this third one (and unfortunately not last) is just a waste of time… 62 more words