An excellent conclusion to this thrashy "trilogy" and I was surprised at the amount of character work in this one.
I don't believe they will stop at three and, honestly, I don't want them to, although I would like them to be not interconnected and better explore different aspects of The Purge.
A great "Star Trek" episode and almost perfect summer blockbuster whose only "problem" (and I don't think it's a problem) is that it's a typical summer blockbuster (no surprises there), albeit a really, really well-made one.
Still, entertaining & fun - a rare commodity these days.
A perfectly executed lesson in world-building, stunt-staging, editing and non-stop suspense from the (mad) mastermind George Miller also serves as a huge middle-finger to modern-day action "products" - it's fast, brutal, violent and, at times, utterly mad.
We needed a film like this, and we got it - I'm not sure yet if I need a sequel, I just want to see this one again (and again) to soak in all the details!