The Purge: Election Year

2016

Action / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

260
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 54%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 6 10 70808

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Cast

Frank Grillo as Leo Barnes
Elizabeth Mitchell as Senator Charlie Roan
Kimberly Howe as School Girl #4
Mykelti Williamson as Joe Dixon
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807.06 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 48 min
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1hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Argemaluco 6 / 10

The Purge: Election Year

I'm not a fan of this franchise, but I have to admit that it has got more ambitious with each new film. The Purge wasted its complicated (and too improbable) premise on a typical home invasion tale. The second film, The Purge: Anarchy, focused on the urban chaos. And the third part, The Purge: Election Year, (excessively) exploits the political satire which had barely been suggested in its predecessors. This doesn't mean that The Purge: Election Year is a very good film, but at least, it offers a more interesting and fluid story, supported by a relevant message... even though it's said on such an obvious and strident way that it's difficult to take it seriously. The ridiculous exaggeration employed by director and screenwriter James DeMonaco in every aspect of the movie barely surpass the reality; 3 years ago, when the original film was released, the Purge looked like a distant fantasy, but we are currently so close to that social collapse that an even more extreme screenplay is needed in order to return to the fiction field. The bad thing is that DeMonaco's narrative manipulations keep being weak and illogical: the heroes make inexcusable mistakes, while the villains vary between invincible and incompetent, according to the requirements of each scene; and the political rhetoric of the screenplay seems written by a first semester university student who has just read his first communist pamphlet. But, well... at least, the actors make a good work in their roles, bringing an appropriate balance of humor and seriousness. Frank Grillo brings a credible performance, while Elizabeth Mitchell is perfect as Senator Roan. And as common people trapped into the violence of the Purge, we have Mykelti Williamson, Joseph Julian Soria, Betty Gabriel and Edwin Hodge... they all play cinematographic clich├ęs, but they still managed to bring humanity to their characters. In conclusion, I wasn't left very satisfied by The Purge: Election Year, but it didn't bore me and I found it superior to the previous two films, so I can give it a slight recommendation, mainly to the followers of this saga and public servers searching for spiritual peace because they aren't as evil as the ones portrayed in this movie.

Reviewed by edrhaskel 1 / 10

minus 100 stars

I had the unfortunate experience of starting to watch this disgusting piece of garbage. I never knew what the Purge movies were. Are you kidding me? I don't know who's more moronic, the people who made these movies or the people who watch them. I am embarrassed that I even watched it for 30 minutes.

Reviewed by edrhaskel 1 / 10

STUPID

By far the stupidest movie I've ever walked out on. For anyone who watched this all the way through, you are idiots.

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