Universal Pictures just unveiled the full trailer for its upcoming "The Purge" sequel, called "The Purge: Anarchy," which stars Frank Grillo, Michael K Williams, Carmen Ejogo, Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez and Keith Stanfield. Check it out below.
Producer Brad Fuller, previously spoke about the plot, stating: "The sequel to 'The Purge' delivers on the promise of the original in that we're not staying in the house. It's not a home invasion movie. You're out in the streets and a group of people who get stuck in the middle of it and have to get from point A to point B."
"The Purge: Anarchy" is once again directed by James DeMonaco and is set to hit theaters on July 18th.
Looks even better than the original and I liked that flick.
This take you out on the street during the Purge where you nothing is safe. That was my lingering thought throughout the entire first film. If being locked in a house with your neighbors trying to kill you is bad imagine what it must be like on the streets in the open.
DarthMaulwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 5:17:34 AM
Mink is a convicted child molester do not believe a word he says!
M. Bullittwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 7:48:33 AM
1/10!? That's a bit harsh. I give it a 5.9/10 because it shouldn't have involved those ludicrous evil supernatural things but instead focusing on the Bushido, Samurai with their codes of honour with more epic fights, etc. But yes I was disappointed too.
M. Bullittwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 7:50:02 AM
While I'm at it, The Legend of Hercules was totally stupid on every level. It will win at the Razzies for sure.
Yeah I will try to trudge through the last 90 mins of 47 Ronin when I get home in a bit but i'm not too excited about it.
For a movie that took this long to complete and having reshoots and extensive CGI work in post-production, that beast in the beginning that looks like the sewer beast from the first Hellboy actually looks worse than that did.
M.Bullittwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 3:11:08 PM
I thought It was at least 5.9 the lack of man on man sex scenes offended me though.
M.Bullittwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 3:12:16 PM
While I am still at it re The Legend of Hercules was stupid on every level but it was some great eye candy to wank off too.
After seeing 47 Ronin I didnīt think there could be any worse movies this year, then I saw I, Frankenstein and thought hell this has to be the worst thing to come out this year.. But then.. Legend of Hercules... No.. 2014.. No :(
minkowskiwrites: on March 28th, 2014 at 7:13:25 PM
"I don't understand the point of these films"
Um, how about "making money from f*cking nihilistic, infantile retards who like to watch pointless, gratuitous violence because they're permanently hopped up on testosterone and their brains won't mature until their kidneys and livers fail from excessive ingestion of Jack and Coke"?
I saw the first one. Utter, utter sh*t. People who watch this crap need to be shot in the face with an automatic repeating shovel.
I mean, really, what's the f*cking point? People are allowed to commit murder on one day? Who the f*ck comes up with this drivel? Right, like they're going to pass a law that allows unfettered violence for twenty-four hours a day. Like the people would tolerate living under such a system and wouldn't rebel. Like f*cking prisons aren't effective deterrence. Like crime in the US hasn't been declining for decades.
And the film itself....trash. No depth to the villains. Instead they act like c*nty rich-brat children in Halloween costumes.
Oh, and no one has a f*cking gun? You could sandbag these motherf*ckers with one rifle, yet people just board up in their homes like besieged peasants behind the gates of Stirling Castle. Buy a f*cking gun, idiots. Hell, I'd sit on my f*cking lawn with a Howitzer and DARE some motherf*cker to attack me. Boom. Pink slime. Scoop his ass into a bucket and sell him to Arby's.
And the mother, what the f*ck was that bitch's point? To alternate between her typecasted slack-jawed stare and screaming for her stupid, vapid children who were either too busy trying to bang the dude down the street or crafting the next Sky Kids prop?
And the black guy, right out of PC casting. Po' ole negro. Wah. "I is needin' some help massah, and why I's tryin' to getsome, I's don my Afrohero hat and save me sum whitey.". Because nothing says suck like Hollywood blowing the caricature of helpless-stupidity-c*m-messiah that is their rendition of black people.
The worst though is Ethan Hawke, playing a more serious Al Bundy, that all-America rendition of white man dumbass who gets killed via his selfish callousness, leaving the black guy and the super-chick to save the f*cking day. The stereotypical *sshole who instead of facing the threat like a man uses his money to hide behind a wall built from his wealth, which is of course a tired metaphor for how progressives view rich white people anyway, even though they're usually rich and white and not in a hurry to drive a Kia and live in a one-room apartment.
Utter garbage. I think the dog had the best role. There was a dog, right? Right? At least I f*cking hope so.
Total bottom-feeding vile trash for people who eat sh*t and don't die.
The movie wasn't Very good mink, I can agree on that but the plot is interesting. You know, one day a year you can commit ANY crime? It's an interesting thought to wonder what people would do.
It's like Zombie films, Yeah, it's bullsh*t that will (most likely) never happen but people still find it interesting to see what WOULD happen if I ever did.
Anyways. I'm sure the site will be updated, and I'll probably say this again when it has, just to be at the top of the thread.
But today is 3 years for me on WP, I don know how I'd get through some days without the hilarious and intellectual posts (Some) of the users here post. glad to have known you folks and I'm looking forward to Three more years on this sh*t ass site haha, Cheers
Oh well I really have nothing to say about this one. There was this buyessayonline.org review about it and that had nothing important to tell either. I guess there is actually nothing much to say about it after all.