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The Purge: Anarchy
One night per year, the government sanctions a 12-hour period in which citizens can commit any crime they wish -- including murder -- without fear of punishment or imprisonment. Leo, a sergeant who lost his son, plans a vigilante mission of revenge during the mayhem. However, instead of a death-dealing avenger, he becomes the unexpected protector of four innocent strangers who desperately need his help if they are to survive the night.
|Studio :||Universal Pictures, Why Not Productions, Platinum Dunes,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Construction Coordinator,|
|Cast :||Frank Grillo Carmen Ejogo Zach Gilford Kiele Sanchez Zoë Borde|
|Genre :||Horror Thriller|
Your blood may run cold, but you now find yourself pinioned to the story.
The film's masterful storytelling did its job. The message was clear. No need to overdo.
It is neither dumb nor smart enough to be fun, and spends way too much time with its boring human characters.
The joyful confection is coated in a sparkly gloss, bright enough to gleam from the darkest, most cynical corners.
The Purge: Anarchy is the best movie from that series. Acting was okay and Story was pretty good. The Purge (2013) problem was story. Story in first movie was so bad and I didn't like that. Action was only in one house and that's not the best idea. Okay but fu#k The Purge (2013). I most like in this movie that action. Everyone in this movie who was an outside had a different story. And then came one badass guy and protected them. It's not that interesting but still it's better than The Purge (2013) and The Purge: Election Year (2016). Do I recommend that?? Umm yes. When you like that story and sh#t than why not? When you enjoyed The Purge (2013) then you sure enjoy The Purge: Anarchy (2014).
The Purge anarchy is the best of the purge movies so far it's an exciting edge of the seat Thriller.I won't talk about the plot or story as tons of others already have.FRANK GRILLO is Fantastic as the lone vigilante Hero in this film & his performance is Excellent he's a tough not very talkative old school style Hero like a Charles Bronson in Death Wish or a Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry or a Kurt Russell in Escape from New York,he's made in that great mould & this works as an action Thriller for Grillo like those movies did for them.In this urban Purge world it's scary & you need someone like Grillo to follow on the journey through this crazy new America & he's perfectly cast & you see what a very intense actor he is & what a fantastic Action Hero he can & should be!!! The movie is so atmospheric & exciting & full of danger especially when Grillo has to help a small group of survivor's through the dangerous streets of Los Angeles & the cinematography is stunning,the look if the streets & the colours look beautiful lots of almost neon green it looks fantastic & like i said having the excellent Grillo as the hero is perfect casting he really is so cool like a modern Mad Max or The Punisher he's great
I felt like this was a necessary sequel because with such an interesting idea like the Purge, it would be criminal not to explore what it would be like out in the streets while this event is happening. The movie does a good job in that department because you really get a feel for how chaotic and dangerous the environment is. Frank Grillo comes in and does an awesome job, turning the franchise away from horror and more into a straight up action thriller. The supporting cast is more likable this time around and there are some really cool and intense scenes throughout. Much like the first movie, this has some interesting things to say about society, but there seems to be a cap to how good these sort of movies can be.
When I saw the trailer for the first Purge movie, I thought it was a wildly innovative idea and I absolutely loved it! I was so excited to see the film, unfortunately it amounted to little more than a slasher movie. The story had all the potential in the world, but they really didn't go into it, they just wanted to show off the violence and hatred people had towards one another. I was hoping they would correct this in the sequel and boy did they ever! Anarchy isn't about some family hunkered down in their home, fighting off attackers. In the second installment of the Purge, we learn a lot more about it. The pro and anti-purge factions that exist, the professional companies that make a fortune off that one night, the way the rich purge, and the main story which centers around what happens on the streets when two families are trapped outside on purge night. Two families are easy pickings until they find Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo), a man on a mission that he can only complete on Purge night. Barnes however is a man of conscience and won't complete his mission until he begrudgingly gets the families to safety, which means a wild trek through the city. The Purge: Anarchy is a wild ride through a city of ordinary people turned into killers, with home made weapons, booby-traps, and pure anarchy, just as the title promises. If you're looking for action and violence, there are a million places to turn, that's not what the appeal of this movie is. It's the idea, that crime virtually is nonexistent, except for this one night, where society turns on each other. Where almost everyone's craziest fantasy becomes reality and just how some people react. What will each character turn into when they are allowed to do whatever they want? How does society feel about this law and is the benefit worth the cost? This story has just so many directions it can go in, that why I'm not surprised to hear they're working on a fourth film. The Purge series may just be a series of action/slasher films, but this one idea puts a whole new spin on them and makes you see things through a whole different set of eyes and I for one think it's ingenious.