The First Purge continues the series’ evolution into one of our sharpest social satires without sacrificing visceral B-movie thrills, even if this particular entry is a touch too predictable.
The thing about something becoming “too political” is that it exposes your own intolerance.
Part 1 of your definitive UK Summer Movie guide!
Here are the best moments in the past year where films put the needle on the record.
Hold up, other films don’t love you like these do.
Should a vital piece of cinema be given some leeway if it’s a bad film?
With the political discourse the way it is, we need works like The Purge: Election Year more than ever.
People don’t watch that, they watch Star Trek; it’s Lights Out for expectations; Ice Age has a Collision Course with failure; Don’t Think Twice about these puns as I certainly didn’t; and Other Box Office News.
Sexism kinda sorta wins in a way slightly, and Other Box Office News.
People JUMP! BOUNCE! to The Secret Life of Pets, Mike and Dave and their Wedding Dates score, Captain Fantastic opening weekend, and Other Box Office News.