The Purge: Anarchy, released worldwide on July 18, 2014, stars Frank Grillo, Carmen Ejogo, Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez, Zoë Soul and Michael K. Williams, while Edwin Hodge briefly reprised his role as “The Stranger” from the first film.  However, it is difficult to see if The Purge will actually make good use of its interesting setting. The film`s actual plot sounds more than a little familiar – it`s reminiscent of home invasion thrillers like The Strangers and Funny Games. Hopefully, The Purge will tap into the potential of its premise and go beyond the standard model for such films. This movie likes to visit my lists often, and for many good reasons. This time, this is due to the fact that humans must be sacrificed so that the world is left alone by the ancient gods who rule the earth. It seems pretty intense until you see the movie and how silly it is, although I don`t know if the movie would have worked so well if the subject matter had been taken more seriously. The people who implement all this don`t see themselves as bad people, in fact, they save millions of people by leaving only a handful of that number to die. In addition, how victims croak depends on what they “accidentally” choose for themselves.
Without knowing it, of course. As sick as it sounds, the movie is actually a lot of fun! In June 2021, producer Jason Blum stated that he intended to make more Purge films and was working to convince DeMonaco to continue the story. The producer explained that he would not do more without the collaboration of the filmmaker. DeMonaco later explained that until four months earlier, he had planned The Forever Purge as the last film in the franchise. The filmmaker explained that one day he woke up with another idea where he could “reverse this thing and we can move on. in a way that people can appreciate. DeMonaco confirmed that he is working on the script, while explaining that its realization depends on the reception of the previous film.  In 2014, a political party called America`s New Founding Fathers was elected after an economic collapse and passed a law sanctioning the “purge,” an annual event where all crimes are legal and emergency services are temporarily suspended. By 2022, the U.S. is expected to have become virtually crime-free, with the legal unemployment rate falling to 1 percent.
In the Tri-City Herald, Gary Wolcott described the film as “almost the dumbest movie in history. My recommendation is to remove The Purge from your weekend movie projects.  At one point in “The Purge,” a horror movie in which Americans are legally allowed to commit crimes one night a year, a character laments that “things will never be the same again.” The line is scary considering the character just watched people she likes hurt someone without hesitation, but you don`t know anyone in the movie well enough to care in some way, and the camera wobbled so much during the violence that you only had teasing and migraine impressions of the act. Through surveillance cameras, the family sees a gang of masked and heavily armed people arriving on the lawn in front of the house. The leader challenges the homeless and warns that non-compliance will lead to invasion. When Mary asks about the security system, James admits that it is unable to withstand a determined attack. The family finds and captures the stranger to give to the gang, only to realize that they would not be better off if they did, and decide to defend him and themselves. After the deadline, the gang bursts into the house. James defends himself and kills several of them before the chief stabs him. Charlie notices that the neighbors leave their homes on the monitors before the neighbors enter and kill the rest of the gang members. Mary is ambushed by two of the purges and is tied up, but the neighbors save her. The chief tries to kill the family, but is killed by Zoey, while James dies of his wounds. Mary begins to thank the neighbors for their rescue, but her leader, Grace Ferrin, reveals her group`s hatred for the Sandines, as their wealth was acquired at the expense of the neighbors.
They capture the Sandins and prepare to kill them, but the stranger returns, kills one of the neighbors and holds Grace hostage to force her to free the Sandins. Mary prevents him from killing the remaining neighbors and decides that they will all peacefully wait for the rest of the purge. The series that everyone knew would be included in this list, the “The Purge” movies. In fact, I think the idea of these films is better than the films themselves. Hopefully the TV show will do more justice to the proposal, if you will. In “The Purge” movies, all crimes, including murder, are legal one day a year so people can purify themselves and release all that negative energy so they can be good little boys and girls the rest of the year. I`ve always thought, “What if someone with mental illness thinks the purge is day/night and random riots?” Would they be released because of their disability? I think I think I think about it too much. The character of Wakefield, identified only as a “polite stranger” in the film`s credits, presents James with a choice: sacrifice the bloodied stranger and save his family, or perish for a noble lost cause. This scenario is quite promising, although DeMonaco hypocritically encourages viewers to applaud the spectacular deaths of some intruders before finally concluding that the best humans can be is oppressed and non-violent.
But James` dilemma is never as scary as it should be, because you never know what he`s fighting for or what he`s fighting against. Well, like chips, I couldn`t just eat a zombie movie/show for this list, so I kind of picked the whole genre. Have you ever thought about that? In apocalypse movies, murder and crime are legal, similar to “The Purge” movies, but year-round. Exactly. Who cares about murder when there are undead who want to feast on your face and the flesh of the rest of your body? Zombie movies, rock you and maybe just be the ultimate kind of legal murder movies, in addition to “Battle Royale,” of course. Yayyyhhh!!!! In the film series, the purge resulted in a drop in the crime and unemployment rate to 1% and a strong economy. Although it is thought to be used as an act of catharsis for the American population, it is actually used as a method of artificial population control, as the unemployed poor in the slums as well as some working-class people are usually the main targets.