Cole Plante, the youngest DJ to ever perform at Lollapalooza, was full of energy during his set on the Perry stage last weekend in Chicago’s Grant Park. The 16-year-old Los Angeles native and high school sophomore has had early success in his very short career, creating a huge buzz with “Lie To Me” featuring Koko [...]Read more →
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In the world of “The Purge,” ‘perfect’ America annually sanctions a 12-hour period in which any and all criminal activity—including murder—is legal. Cleansing all that is unjust is what the “new founding fathers” wanted to do with the Purge. On this night, plagued by violence and an epidemic of crime, one family wrestles with the [...]Read more →
By Jesus J Montero | Posted July 15, 2014
Not often does a sequel surpass its predecessor, but “The Purge: Anarchy” does just that.
In “Anarchy,” people exist in a “perfect” world, and the government has sanctioned an annual 12-hour period during which all crime, including murder, is legal. There are no police to help and all hospitals are suspended. The “New Founding Fathers” brought this to life in order to “cleanse” Americans’ “souls” which brought poverty and crime to an all new low.
The film follows real-life married couple Zach Gilford (“Friday Night Lights”) as Shane and Kiele Sanchez (“The Glades”) as Liz as they drive home in Los Angeles to their kids when their car breaks down right before the 12-hour Purge. A mother/daughter pair of Carmen Ejogo (Alex Cross) as Eva Sanchez and Justina Machado as Tanya are running for their life as they’re forced out of their home on Purge night. We also see Frank Grillo as Sergeant, the strong lead protagonist on a mission of revenge during the 12-hour purge.
“Anarchy” delivers where the first Purge film fails by giving the audience an in-depth feel of the “enlightenment” that the Purge brings in the most gruesome way. We see a genuine response from all characters that makes the viewer believe he or she were right in the middle of the 12-hour Purge. This sequel surpasses expectations with action-packed split-second decisions that will leave anyone at the edge of their seat. “The Purge: Anarchy” is a must-see.
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