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Two years after choosing not to kill the man who killed his son, former police sergeant Leo Barnes has become head of security for Senator Charlene Roan, the front runner in the next Presidential election due to her vow to eliminate the Purge. On the night of what should be the final Purge, a betrayal from within the government forces Barnes and Roan out onto the street where they must fight to survive the night.

Director: James DeMonaco

Release Date: 2016-06-29
Status: Released
Run time: 105 min / 1:45
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $118,587,880
Production Companies : Why Not Productions, Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions, Platinum Dunes
Production Countries: France, United States of America
Release Date: 2016-06-29
Status: Released
Run time: 105 min / 1:45
Budget: $10,000,000
Revenue: $118,587,880

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Casts

Elizabeth Mitchell
as Senator Charlie Roan
Frank Grillo
as Leo Barnes
Mykelti Williamson
as Joe Dixon
Edwin Hodge
as Dante Bishop
Raymond J. Barry
as Leader Caleb Warrens
Ethan Phillips
as Chief Couper
Terry Serpico
as Earl Danzinger
David Aaron Baker
as Tommy Roseland
Kimberly Howe
as School Girl #4
Joseph Julian Soria
as Marcos
Kyle Secor
as Minister Edwidge Owens
Roman Blat
as Uncle Sam
J. Jewels
as Political Debater
Betty Gabriel
as Laney Rucker
Barry Nolan
as Reporter #1
Liza Colón-Zayas
as Dawn
Adam Cantor
as Tall Eric Busmalis
Christopher James Baker
as Harmon James
Jared Kemp
as Rondo
Brittany Mirabile
as Schoolgirl #1 Freakbride / Kimmy
Naeem Duren
as Rev w / Angel in Command Center
Naheem Garcia
as Angel Munoz
Steven Barkhimer
as Drab Suited Man 1
Tom Kemp
as Drab Suited Man 2
Portland Helmich
as Moderator
George Lee Miles
as Irish Ike Jenkins
Antoine Coetzee
as South African Male
Drew Cooper
as Enormous Gang Member
Johnnie Mae
as Mrs. Sabian
Tom Paolino
as Axe Headed Man
Emily Petta
as Screaming Woman
Alexander Cook
as Masked Man
Juani Feliz
as Schoolgirl #2
Jamal Peters
as Gang Member with Dying Friend
Matt Walton
as Reporter #1
Thomas Kee
as Crazy Man (Self-Purger)
Lonnie Farmer
as Man with Bull Horn
Christy Coco
as Young Charlie Roan
Darcie Fisher
as Reporter #3
Alexander Schuler
as Demonic Man
Hank Amos
as Mercenary #8
Lindsey Pires
as Dancer #1
Emily Smith
as Dancer #2
Kt Baldassaro
as Flag Face Russian Murderer (uncredited)
Macayla Botelho
as Injured Victim (uncredited)
Christopher Cagle
as Dante's Man (uncredited)
Chemi Che-Mponda
as Homeless Woman (uncredited)
Terry Conforti
as Parishioner (uncredited)
Kevin DeCoste
as Executioner (uncredited)
Pamela Figueiredo
as Electorate (uncredited)
John Franchi
as Homeless Vietnam Vet (uncredited)
Ian Gatheca
as South African Gang Member (uncredited)
London Hall
as Charlie Roan's Mom (uncredited)
Jay Hieron
as Rev 1 (uncredited)
Arthur Hiou
as Leo's Security Team (uncredited)
Rosemary Howard
as Unassuming Woman (uncredited)
Ian Dylan Hunt
as NFFA Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Hashim Lafond
as Revolutionary (uncredited)
Jordan Lloyd
as School Girl Friend (uncredited)
Alex Madera
as Homeless Child (uncredited)
Wayne Malm Jr.
as NFFA Soldier / Parishioner (uncredited)
Stephanie McIntyre
as Store Clerk (uncredited)
Tanja Melendez Lynch
as News Photographer (uncredited)
Malcolm C. Murray
as Rev 2 (uncredited)
Nick Principe
as NFFA agent (uncredited)
Lexie Roth
as Parishioner (uncredited)
Melanie Blake Roth
as Parishioner (uncredited)
Stephanie Ann Saunders
as Airport Patron (uncredited)
Dora Winifred
as Costume Shop Pedestrian (uncredited)

Crew

Directing James DeMonaco Director
Writing James DeMonaco Writer
Production Michael Bay Producer
Production Jason Blum Producer
Production Andrew Form Producer
Production Bradley Fuller Producer
Production Sebastien Lemercier Producer
Camera Jacques Jouffret Director of Photography
Editing Todd E. Miller Editor
Production Terri Taylor Casting
Art Sharon Lomofsky Production Design
Art David Blankenship Art Direction
Art Vanessa Knoll Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Elisabeth Vastola Costume Design
Art Jason Mayoh Art Department Coordinator
Art Martin Fahrer Assistant Art Director
Art Megan Romero Assistant Art Director
Production Sarah Domeier Casting Associate
Directing Jenna Dayton Script Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Sarah Hill Richmond Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Kimberly Guenther Durkin Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Minerva Diann Savoy Seamstress
Costume & Make-Up Rosa J. Colón Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Margaret Palmer Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Gianna Soprano Set Costumer
Camera Alexander Martin Camera Operator
Camera Christopher Walsh Camera Operator
Camera Michele K. Short Still Photographer
Visual Effects Brenton Murrell Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Matthew Noren Visual Effects Coordinator
Crew John Ruggieri Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Christian Madera Visual Effects Editor
Crew Brooke Noska Visual Effects Editor
Crew Dwight Raymond Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Jamison Scott Goei Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects David McElfresh Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Christopher Sinnott Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Shaina Holmes Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Patrick Neighly Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Joe Harkins Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Matthew T. Lynn Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Piet Hohl Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects James David Hattin Visual Effects Supervisor
Sound Lewis Goldstein Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Lewis Goldstein Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Frank Barbosa Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Shayna Passaretti Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Joe Rossi Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Marissa Giammarco Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Juliet Loveland Makeup Artist
Editing Philippe Majdalani Digital Intermediate
Production Phillip Dawe Co-Producer
Production Luc Etienne Executive Producer
Production Couper Samuelson Executive Producer
Production Jeanette Brill Executive Producer
Sound Nathan Whitehead Original Music Composer
Sound Shaun Brennan Foley Artist
Sound Tom Ryan ADR Supervisor
Sound Allan Zaleski Dialogue Editor
Sound Jason Fyrberg Sound Mixer
Art Hilary Taillie Property Master

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  • Critics Consensus: It isn't particularly subtle, but The Purge: Election Year's blend of potent jolts and timely themes still add up to a nastily effective diversion.

  • 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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  • Director James DeMonaco, writer and election Year appears to have gotten a slight change of view. With its quick turn around sequel The Purge: Anarchy only a year after and The Purge in 2013, DeMonaco directed a tight theory: the base inclinations of exploitation film and a hint of social commentary to support lots of graphical vision.

  • I had never heard of this series until my DVR recorded the third movie, The Purge: Election Year, on HBO.(I like pretty much anything with Elizabeth Mitchell, who was great in the also dystopian Revolution.)Even though each movie recapitulates the background and thus could stand alone, I wanted to watch them in sequence.

  • In our The First Purge review, we praise the series’ willingness to evolve with the times while also being disappointed by how clunky the latest film is.

  • A prequel to the 'Purge' series, and the first set in the inner city, is a crude exploitation film that still manages to pack a timely punch.

  • The First Purge is another government-sanctioned bloodbath, but this time the satire is too on the nose. 2018's Purge film releases on July 4.

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