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The Purge: Election Year is a movie starring Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Mykelti Williamson. Former Police Sergeant Barnes becomes head of security for Senator Charlie Roan, a Presidential candidate targeted for death on...

Genres
Action, Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Director
James DeMonaco
Starring
Joseph Julian Soria, Elizabeth Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson, Frank Grillo

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Genres Action, Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Director James DeMonaco
Writer James DeMonaco
Stars Joseph Julian Soria, Elizabeth Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson, Frank Grillo
Country Japan, USA
Also Known As La notte del giudizio - Election Year, American Nightmare 3: Élections, Puhdistuksen yö: Vaalivuosi, Noc oczyszczenia: Czas wyboru, 12 horas para sobrevivir: El año de la elección, La purge - L'année électorale, 12 Horas para Sobreviver: O Ano da Eleição, Election: La noche de las bestias, 12 horas para sobrevivir: el año de la elección, Κάθαρση: Έτος εκλογών, Uma Noite de Crime: Ano de Eleição, A megtisztulás éjszakája: Választási év, Isvalymas: rinkimu metai, Ocista: Volební rok, Arınma Gecesi: Seçim Yılı, The purge - election year, Noaptea judecatii. Alegerile, The Purge 3, Očiščenje: volitve, パージ:大統領選, 12 Horas Para Sobrevivir: El Año De La Elección, Tīrīšana: Vēlēšanu gads, A Purga: Ano de Eleições, Pročišćenje: Izborna godina
Runtime 1 h 48 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A young Charlene "Charlie" Roan and her family are tied up by a masked purger. He taunts them with his "purge playlist", and then tells them they will play a final purge game called "Mommy's Choice." He then proceeds to kill the rest of Charlie's family and leaves her as the only survivor of her family. Eighteen years later, Roan is a U.S. Senator campaigning for the U.S. Presidency, promising to end the annual purge nights. Former police sergeant Leo Barnes is now head of security for Roan. The New Founding Fathers of America's (NFFA) leader, Caleb Warrens and their candidate, Minister Edwidge Owens, view Roan as a threat; in the guise of regaining the public's trust, revoke immunity for rank 10 or higher government officials to kill her on Purge night..

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Friday, 17 Jul 2020 07:49

The Purge: Election Year (2013) is an interesting take on the supernatural and its victims. Like most of the films in the genre, it's based on a Stephen King novel. The story follows the Purge, a year when the government is punishing the inhabitants of the city of Baltimore for their crimes. Among the punishments, which can be found in the aforementioned book are execution by shooting and to some extent, a knife attack to the heart. To punish those responsible for these crimes, the government is holding a vote on which city will be the first to experience the Purge, and thus have the first victim of the year, the mayor, resign. When the government announces the results of the vote, a lot of criminals turn up to claim their victim, and as the purge begins, the most dangerous criminals are chosen. At first, the Purge looks like it will be just another ordinary night, but the plan is foiled when a number of people in the city are killed in the night. It seems the mayor is innocent, and as the mayor himself confesses, he was not the one that killed the criminals. The next day, the mayor has a dream where he is being tortured by a man in a mask, who starts to kill off the mayor's men, then a young woman is shot, and later the other victims are executed. However, the mayor can not prove the young woman's innocence, so the council decide to assassinate the mayor with a poison gas, and the man who murders him, a former friend of the mayor, becomes the first victim. But he is not the only one. The mayor's son is also a victim, and the son commits suicide. The council soon discovers that the gas is working, and begin to die from the fumes, and when they are all dead, the mayor is to become the new mayor. But not everyone is happy. For some criminals, the government has taken a lot of their money, and the only thing that they want is to know why the government is doing this. The new mayor is revealed to be a man who is not only a criminal, but has a few secrets of his own. His motives are to make the city a better place, and he is being aided by a man named Jocelyn. One of the major attractions of the movie is the cast. There are a few familiar faces, like the beloved Alex Baldwin and the versatile Martin Sheen. They have some good moments, like when he gets to talk to the mayor, but the movie doesn't quite reach its potential. The violence and gore is strong, and some
Saturday, 09 May 2020 20:47

After the Halloween 2012 had horror's characters trapped in a mansion, i thought it was all over for this type of horror films. In the middle of the year, i have been wondering whether i have seen the last of this genre. So i went to see the Purge: Election Year and the answer is no. There are some aspects of the movie which made me laugh out loud, but also some scenes that have a serious, scary edge. First of all, there is a reason why this movie is called the Purge, and it is because that is when everyone in the house is going to be forced to go to the polling booths. In fact, this is the only way that the government can bring out a different government. The movie is about the "purge" that happens every two years, and is about the life of a family who have to pay to be out of their house, and about how the government could use this as a way to control the citizens. On top of that, there is a conspiracy going on between the government and a local company which is making the same rules that everyone in the house are going to have to follow, to make sure that the next "purge" will be about ten years later. So, in other words, the movie is really good. It is not as good as the Halloween 2012, but it is still good. It has the suspense of a classic horror movie, and the scares of a horror movie. Some scenes are really scary and memorable, like when the main character is about to be forced to go to the polling booth, and the mother is holding a shotgun to the head of the man. Then there is also the scene where the protagonist wakes up in the hospital, and when the main character is hiding in the bathroom. Overall, this movie is very good, and has a good story. It is the one of the best horror movies that i have seen in the past ten years. This is not for everyone, but if you want to have some fun and be scared, this is the movie for you.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 22:02

What do you expect from a movie that started with a bang, and ends with a bang? This is the question that you should ask yourselves as you watch the much anticipated The Purge: Election Year. It's the best way to describe it. The movie starts off with a bang and continues to bang on the climax. The tension is palpable, and the laughs are hilarious. I laughed hysterically during the introduction of the film, and I'm happy to say that it didn't end. The Purge: Election Year was one of the best movies I've seen in a long time, and it's definitely a movie you'll want to see more than once. It's not quite the franchise that I was expecting, but the movie was also one of the best I've seen. The plot is simple. A group of people, led by a filmmaker and a doctor, try to stop a crime wave from happening. And that's it. In fact, it's one of the best plots I've seen in a movie. The movie follows a basic plot, but it's done with a lot of twists. The movie is filled with great dialogue, and you'll laugh, cringe, and cry at some parts of the movie. The plot is definitely not the best in the world, but it's one of the best in the world. The characters are also great. The actors were well chosen for their roles, and they did a great job. The plot and the characters are two of the most important things for a movie. The plot is what will make or break a movie, and the plot in The Purge: Election Year is fantastic. The plot is very well developed, and it makes you wonder what's going to happen next. The characters are also great, and you'll enjoy seeing how the characters interact with one another. The story is a very engaging one, and you'll be very interested in the plot. It's not your typical plot, but it's definitely worth a watch. The characters in the movie are also very well developed. You'll feel for the characters, and you'll care about them. The actors in the movie did a great job in portraying their characters. They did a good job, and they did a great job. The characters are very likable and likable, and they were the best characters I've seen in a movie. The plot in The Purge: Election Year is a great plot. It has great dialog, and it's great story. It's definitely a movie that you will be very interested in. The plot is very interesting, and it's great. It


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