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Two years after choosing not to kill the man who killed his son, former police sergeant Leo Barnes has become head of security for Senator Charlene Roan, the front runner in the next Presidential election due to her vow to eliminate the Purge. On the night of what should be the final Purge, a betrayal from within the government forces Barnes and Roan out onto the street where they must fight to survive the night.
ActorsStarring: Elizabeth Mitchell, Frank Grillo, Mykelti Williamson, Edwin Hodge, Raymond J. Barry, Ethan Phillips, Terry Serpico, David Aaron Baker, Christopher James Baker, Stephanie McIntyre, Kimberly Howe, Joseph Julian Soria, Kyle Secor, Roman Blat, J. Jewels
Critic Reviews About The Purge: Election Year
The Purge: Election Year takes itself just seriously enough to provide the expected measure of fun — a blend of aggression, release and relief. A lot of people die, but no one really gets hurt.
A. O. Scott
Let us now praise creepy masks and class warfare!
The dystopian crime-frenzy horror franchise seems to have run a little short of new ideas.
When The Purge movies started, they played vaguely with psychological ideas; this time around, the themes have turned political, but irritatingly simplistic.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
Election Year maintains the nervy tension that made the first films entertaining, but doubles down on the political metaphors, overwhelming you with its soap-box rhetoric.
This is a gruesome psychodrama of class and racial warfare that projects an almost cartoonishly slanted political message.
The Purge: Election Year is an OK sequel for die-hard fans of the series, but it won’t win any new converts.
Though too sloppy to hold weight as a political statement (e.g. “capital” misspelled in the opening info-dump), Election Year nonetheless manages to pack itself full of potent anxieties.
In his third outing as writer-director, James DeMonaco explores a United States that solves its problems with an annual “Purge,” a twelve-hour period during which all crime — even murder — is legal.
America may be in bad shape right now, but at least the country’s not at the point depicted in “The Purge: Election Year.”
New York Daily News