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The Purge | Charlie Roan Promotional Video

Univeral Pictures posted this video on twitter and facebook to promote the release of The Purge: Election Year on Blu-Ray and DVD. It’s a promotional video but it’s more like a key-art. It’s very cool because it’s about Charlie Roan! 😀

Please favorite and RT it on the official twitter and like and share it on the official facebook. And answer “yes” to their question “Do you stand with Senator Roan to end?”.:D


PS: The movie comes out in theaters on August 26 in UK and on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 26 in Australia.

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Frank Grillo About Elizabeth

We’ve just found this interview with Frank Grillo where he says what he thinks about Elizabeth.
We left the part where they mention what Liz said about him at the beginning of the clip.
Yes, Liz is very smart! <3


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The Purge on Blu-Ray and DVD | No Interview?

Apparently the bonus features of The Purge on Blu-ray and DVD won’t have an interview with Elizabeth in it. The official press release included only interviews with Frank Grillo, Mykelti Williamson, and Edwin Hodge. We hope this is a mistake. 🙁

Universal Pictures also released a trailer (it’s like the first one) for promoting the movie on Blu-Ray and DVD.


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The Purge: Election Year | UK Review

Mitchell’s Roan arc is probably the most significant, a woman driven in her political career by a personal tragedy (which is where the film begins) and an attempt to put an end to the horrors that occur in the US every single March 21st.  It also makes for a welcome change given that we’ve already seen the vastly different experiences of a middle class family and a group of working class people face the dangers of the Purge, we now see a governmental figure do the same.

Unsurprisingly (and much like in the previous movies), the main cast remain the movie’s saving grace with commendable performances from Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson and of course, Grillo. Mitchell presents a much more human character than we’ve seen before in The Purge series, and there’s actually a backstory as to why she’s so compassionate which is refreshing. But underneath that soft exterior, she also has a toughness about her that comes out every time Grillo’s Barnes tries to act like the ‘big boss…’ It’s just a shame she’s never actually allowed to save the day though… Oh yes, the damsel-in-distress trope is certainly utilised to the fullest here.

Well Charlie’s way to save the day is different, she does that with words more than with actions. It couldn’t be different because all her political view was anti-violence so it has sense, even though she kicked some asses as well. 😉

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