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On the night of the Annual Purge, Charlie Roan watches helplessly as her family is killed in front of her. Now, as a presidential candidate, Roan is determined to end the yearly tradition of blood lust once and for all.
The Purge: Election Year definitely aims higher than its predecessors but ultimately becomes too weighed down by its nonsensical premise and over-enthusiastic political commentary to be anything close to insightful or scary.
It would be one thing to bait the viewer's blood lust and then punish them for it. But the films command an audience that's enchanted by its displays of blood-drenched yahoos in kooky masks satisfying their barely repressed psychopathy.