The Purge: Anarchy – Welcome to America, where once a year all crime is real.
Carmen Ejogo————————————–Eva Sanchez
Directed by James DeMonaco.
Screenplay by James DeMonaco.
The second installment of the Purge brings us into the middle of the city. One couple has their car breakdown less than an hour before the Purge commences. One lady is prepared for the Purge but this year will be very different for her family. One man who lost his child to a drunk driver has been planning revenge all year.
All of their stories converge during the Purge and all hell breaks loose. Their are groups of people all over the city with their own agenda. Three vans are driving around with chain guns on the back unloading hundreds of bullets on unsuspecting people. One group stalks the couple with the broke down car and they are relentless in their pursuit.
Meanwhile, their is an underground movement to stop the Purge by attacking the rich. The action is very good throughout this movie and the story is surprisingly well thought out. It ties all of the elements of this story together while maintaining an excellent pace from beginning to end. I enjoyed the premise of this movie and found myself drawn into the story again. Worthy sequel with some pretty good performances and good direction from James DeMonaco.
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Runtime: 98 Minutes
Production Budget: $9,000,000.
Domestic: Not Finished Run Yet.
Worldwide: Not Finished Run Yet.
CC Rating: 8 out of 10
Screenplay: I could not find the screenplay.
Directors’ Previous Movies: The Purge
If you liked this try: Assault on Precinct 13, Escape From New York, The Road Warrior.