The Purge: Anarchy Review

By: Paul Rivera



The Purge: Anarchy is a suspense filled movie about a group of people who get caught out in the purge. They rely on a man who is out looking for revenge on the man who took his son. There is another group of purgers, but they’re not your typical purgers; they are an anti-purge group who fight to stop purging and stop the upper class to buy people to hunt innocents. There’s a bigger antagonist which is the government that takes a major role by committing  deaths in the ghettos of the city. The movie does start slow and it’s a little frustrating but picks up the pace and has suspense just waiting for you around every corner. James DeMonaco was the brilliant mind who directed  both “Purges” and a 1998 film called “The Negotiator


Rating: 8/10 “I thought this was a seriously good movie.

The idea of being outside during the purge is so much better than inside of a house like the first movie. Overall the movie had a great concept.”

-Maciel Bustos (The Pitchfork)

Rating 8/10 “James DeMonaco is a genius and really brings out the intense of idea of being out in a massive killing spree, being hunted and killing people and how it affects even the kindest of people”

-Paul Rivera (The Pitchfork)

Release date: July 18, 2014

Movie length: 1h 44m


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