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The Forever Purge 4K 2021 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA | Mexico
Genre: Thriller, Action
IMDB: 5.4
Producer: Everardo Gout
Cast: Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta, Josh Lucas, Leven Rambin, Cassidy Freeman, Alejandro Edda, Will Patton, Will Brittain, Sammi Rotibi, Zahn McClarnon, Gary Nohealii, Gregory Zaragoza, Brett Edwards, Joe Nin Williams, Dan Mast, Carol Cantu, Keenan Henson, Kacey Montoya.
The Forever Purge 4K 2021 Ultra HD 2160p

The Forever Purge should be the final chord of the long-running franchise. The dystopian trilogy dissected the bloodthirsty guarantor of well-being from different angles, through the eyes of social classes, criticizing US policy. After the wars both on the streets and in the government, the night of lawlessness, robberies and murders was canceled by the new Madame President, the New Founding Fathers party was defeated and the happy ending seemed to have come.

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A Mexican couple illegally cross the border to settle in Texas. Adela (Ana de la Reguera) works in a butcher shop, and Juan (Tenoch Huerta) works for a wealthy rancher and his racist son. Having survived the night of judgment in the bunker for immigrants, the survivors are forced to face the fact that 12 hours of bloodshed did not end there - the reactionary forces, represented by American patriots, ignored the rules and continued street chaos. The annual event turned into a civil war, and Canada and Mexico offered refuge from the mobs of looters and psychopaths to those who could cross the border.

The fifth film of the horror franchise continues to guess the political vector of the United States. James DeMonaco, director of the trilogy and screenwriter of all five parts, made "Doomsday" not only a blockbuster, but also the seamy side of the electoral race and political sentiment. The franchise about a 12-hour rampant violence became a kind of indicator of the social system, a portrait of the Trump era - a time when Americans were seriously puzzled by issues of racism, arms trafficking and dramatic relations with Mexico.

An important point: "Doomsday Forever" was originally going to be released in July last year, but the pandemic thwarted the plans, and the horror release moved forward a year. This castling completely knocked down the political spirit of the picture, because the fifth film corresponds to the actions of the White House under Trump. However, there was a place for a prophecy in it: in the new part, where the daily action turned into constant terror, and white Americans demand the continuation of the "banquet", it is not difficult to see an alternative version of the storming of the Capitol. It is not enough for ultra-conservative groups to let off steam: legitimate violence gets out of control and escalates into a civil war - even the actions of the police and the armed forces do not give hopes of a settlement.

It is worth admitting that the entire predictive potential of "Judgment Nights" (recall the third film, where the conflict between the opposing parties directly pointed to the electoral race of Hillary and Trump) is a rather understandable thing at the level of intuition, because DeMonaco was collecting stories by touch, from popular aspirations and fears divided countries where people are afraid of repeating the scenario 150 years ago. This time, putting Everardo Valerio Guta in the director's chair, DeMonaco focused on the racial conflict - the night of judgment ceased to be just a profitable financial enterprise, a bloody "disinfection" from the poor, but charged to eliminate colored people: from Mexicans to Indians. America, according to populist slogans, the neo-confederates are trying to make great again by putting the extermination of intruders on the stream.

And the first problem of the film is that the persecuted Mexicans in the center of the story do not evoke even the slightest bit of sympathy that we felt for the heroes of the first parts. "Doomsday Forever" fills the screen with a large number of characters, from wealthy Texas residents to armed Indians, but remains indifferent to its "citizens" - the death of group members is often not even noticed. The film suffers from the expansion of its own scale: here, as in the case of the 2013 film, there are no clever stratagems, claustrophobia and genre games - the jumble of blood and firearms that swept the streets of Texas quickly turns into a mechanic with toothless action and dried up author's imagination.

At the same time, the creators had room to maneuver: the harsh mores and landscapes of Texas, as well as the horses in the stables, could catalyze the setting, making history a bloodthirsty unfaithful. But the script chose a different path, putting the heroes in trucks and giving each of them a submachine gun. "Doomsday" went into a banal American-Mexican thriller with dashes across the border and gunfire in the desert. Yes, and transferring a fierce chopper in the daytime is like making Batman act in the morning sun, that is, the idea is completely and completely unsuccessful. The creators politely ignored the costumed pomp this time: instead of bright outfits - cowboy equipment and ridiculous rabbit masks, boring neo-Nazis in tattoos replaced colorful psychos, and shootings shot with a hand-held camera over the shoulder - to spectacular reprisals. The franchise, although it has never been of excellent quality, refused to provide what it was loved for - now it looks like fanfic with a pretty cut budget.

Therefore, the new "Judgment Night" has absolutely nothing to offer the audience, except for the right-wing slogans of the aggressors and a thick political caricature. The fifth episode, which has completely gone into second-rate action, buries itself as an overly politicized product - there are much more topical comments here than thoughtful and subtle work with the narrative. Form and style suffocate under the weight of generalizations, and the blockbuster genre turns out to be a cursory sketch of the American Zeitgeist. It is easy for viewers to understand the characters in the film - everyone wants this judgment night to be the last.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

Audio
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Spanish.

File size: 19.0 GB


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