The Purge: Election Year 2016
Title: The Purge: Election Year
Release year: 2016
Country: United States

Former Police Sergeant Barnes becomes head of security for Senator Charlie Roan, a Presidential candidate targeted for death on Purge night due to her vow to eliminate the Purge.

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Rated 3 out of 5
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Rated 3 out of 5

“The Purge: Election Year” is a 2016 American action-horror film directed by James DeMonaco, and is the third installment in “The Purge” series. The movie takes place two years after the events of the previous film and centers around a senator’s campaign to abolish the annual Purge, a government-sanctioned night of lawlessness where all crime, including murder, is legal for 12 hours.

Overall, the film received mixed reviews from both critics and audiences. Some praised the film’s action sequences and political commentary, while others criticized the film for its lack of originality and weak characters.

One of the strengths of the film is its exploration of the political implications of the Purge, particularly the divide between the wealthy and the poor. The movie also effectively builds tension and suspense throughout, with several intense action scenes.

However, the film falls short in several areas. The characters are largely one-dimensional and lack depth, making it difficult for the audience to connect with them. The film also relies heavily on cliches and predictable plot twists, making it feel formulaic and unoriginal.

Overall, “The Purge: Election Year” is a serviceable addition to the franchise, but it falls short of its potential due to weak character development and a lack of originality. If you enjoyed the previous films in the series, you may enjoy this one, but it’s not a standout entry in the horror or action genres.

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Director: James DeMonaco
Actor: Adam Cantor,Adam Vera,Alec Ematrudo,Alex Madera,Alexander Cook,Alexander Schuler,Alysson Da Silva,Americo Presciutti,Angel Connell,Antoine Coetzee,Arkaydia Farrow,Barry Nolan,Benjamin James Chaplin,Betty Gabriel,Billy Silvia,Brittany Mirabile,Cailyn Kemka,Charles Matumbi Jackson,Charlie Flannery,Chemi Che-Mponda,Christopher Alan,Christopher James Baker,Christopher Michael Cagle,Christy Coco,Chuey Okoye,Darcie Fisher,Darryl Wooten,David Aaron Baker,David Struffolino,Dora Winifred,Drew Cooper,Edwin Hodge,Elaine Victoria Grey,Elizabeth Mitchell,Emily Petta,Emily Smith,Enrique Castaneda-Pineda,Ethan Phillips,Felix Quiñones,Frank Grillo,Franz Strassmann,Gary Roscoe,George Lee Miles,Hank Amos,Hashim Lafond,Ian Dylan Hunt,Ian Gatheca,J.J. Soria,Jamal Peters,James Best,James Gaiero,Jared Kemp,Jason Amherst,Jay Hieron,Jeffery Kincannon,Jeremiah Suave Richardson,Jessica Kent,Jillian Taylor,Jim Boyd,Jim Ford,Joe Alo,Joe Jafo Carriere,John Franchi,John Sarnie,Johnnie Mae,Jon Douglas Rainey,Jorge Atehortua,Joseph Paolo,Juani Feliz,Kelsey Saunders,Kevin DeCoste,Kimberly Howe,Kristen Annese,Kt Baldassaro,Kyle Secor,Leah Procito,Lexie Roth,Lindsey Pires,Lino Tanaka,Liza Colón-Zayas,London Hall,Lonnie Farmer,Macayla Botelho,Malcolm C. Murray,Maria Vasallo,Mark Haggett,Mathuin,Matt Walton,Maureen Walsh,Mel Alejandro,Michael Maggiani,Michael Mardo,Michael Steven Swanson,Mickey Gilmore,Morgan Strebler,Mugisha Feruzi,Mykelti Williamson,Naeem Duren,Naheem Garcia,Neal McNeil,Nelson Irizarry,Nicholas Rexford,Nick Principe,Nicolas Villamizar,Noel Ramos,P.J. Stack,Pamela Figueiredo,Paul Vincent Rapisarda,Peter Olejnik,Portland Helmich,Raquel Wallace,Raymond J. Barry,Richard Pacheco,Rickland Powell,Rob Vardaro,Robert Marsella,Roman Blat,Roman Vangeli,Rosario Corso,Rosemary Howard,Sabe Schoeneg,Samuel Kinnah,Smidi Waters,Stephanie Ann Saunders,Stephanie McIntyre,Stephen Kyle,Steven Barkhimer,Stew Replogle,Tanja Melendez Lynch,Terry Conforti,Terry Serpico,Thomas Kee,Thomas Schiavitti,Tierre Diaz,Tiffany Howcroft,Tom Kemp,Tom Paolino,Wayne Malm Jr.,William Shipman,Yefim Somin