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01 Aug 2021, 19:24 GMT+10

It was today that the final movie in The Purge franchise, The Forever Purge, was released in the United States. Although the movie has received mixed reviews from critics, there has been a positive response from the general public. Rotten Tomatoes gave The Forever Purge a score of 78%.

The Purge: Election Year was released in 2017 as the fifth installment in the film series. In 2013, The Purge began a series of dystopian horror films that culminated in this spooky action film. In theaters across the United States is now The Purge 5, the fifth movie in the franchise.

WHERE TO WATCH THE FOREVER PURGE:

You can watch The Forever Purge in theaters beginning on Friday, July 2. You can find a showing at a movie theater near you here.

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CAN I WATCH THE FOREVER PURGE ON STREAMING?

Not right now. Currently, the only way to watch The Forever Purge is in a movie theater. However, you may not have to wait long to catch the film on demand. Read on to find out what we know about when The Forever Purge will be available to rent on digital.

WHEN WILL THE FOREVER PURGE BE ON STREAMING?

There is not an official digital release date for The Forever Purge yet, but you might be able to rent The Forever Purge on digital platforms as soon as mid-July.

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Universal has a deal that allows the studio to release its films on premium video-on-demand-meaning you would be able to rent the movie for $20-after 17 days in theaters, if the film makes less than $50 million at the opening weekend box office. If the movie hits the $50 million mark, it will be released on PVOD after 31 days.

So if The Forever Purge makes less than $50 million this weekend, then you may be able to rent it on digital platforms as soon as July 20. (Universal does not have to release the movie on-demand after 17 days, but in general, that is what the studio has been doing for its other films, including Nobody.) If the movie hits the $50 million mark this weekend, you will most likley be able to rent it at the beginning of August.

WILL THE FOREVER PURGE BE ON HBO MAX?

No. While HBO Max-which is owned by Warner Media-is the streaming home for Warner Bros. blockbusters like In The Heights, the upcoming Forever Purge movie is a Universal film, and not a Warner Bros. film. Therefore, The Forever Purge will not be on HBO Max. At least, not right away.

It is possible that The Forever Purge will be on HBO Max in the distant future-after The Forever Purge releases on DVD- if the deal to send Universal movies to HBO Max gets renewed. After that, The Forever Purge will be available on Peacock, the NBC Universal streaming service. But we'll just have to wait and see.

IS THE FOREVER PURGE ON NETFLIX?

No. The Forever Purge is not on Netflix, and it most likely will not be on Netflix any time soon. Universal has made deals with Netflix in the past, but currently, the first two Purge movies are streaming on Peacock. Never say never, but it seems more likely that The Forever Purge will end up Peacock rather than on Netflix.

Is The Forever Purge available on any Streaming platform?

The action-horror film has received only a theatrical release in specific countries. The movie is yet to arrive on OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and HBO Max. Viewers have to wait a little longer for the digital arrival.

When will The Forever Purge release in the UK, Canada, France and other countries?

The American horror film is expected to release in Canada on July 9th, 2021, while the UK, Spain, and Ireland have to wait till July 16th. In countries like France, Germany, and Singapore, the movie is expected to arrive on August 4th, August 12th and August 26th.

The Forever Purge Finally Gives Up on America

The Forever Purge stars are Ana de la Reguera and Tenoch Huerta as Adela and Juan, respectively. Josh Lucas, Cassidy Freeman, and Leven Rambin are seen as Dylan Tucker, Cassie Tucker, and Harper Tucker, respectively. Other members of the cast of The Purge: Election Year sequel include:

Alejandro Edda as T.T.Will Patton as Caleb TuckerVeronica Falcon as LydiaWill Brittain as KirkSammi Rotibi as Darius

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"The Forever Purge" wants to say something profound about the toxic state of US politics but keeps tripping over its horror roots. The social commentary thus sits uneasily alongside the wanton violence, with the movie's most honest aspect being its title, since if you can make them inexpensively enough, such franchises can run on and on in one form or another.

This represents the fifth "Purge" movie dating back to 2013, which has also yielded a cable series, and it's being billed as the end of the franchise. Each sequel has played with the original template — about a totalitarian government creating one night each year where everything, including murder, is legal.

While depicting a dystopian vision, the basic formula really provides license to do a zombie movie, minus the device of reanimating corpses. Instead, much like "The Walking Dead," the horror lies in the monsters that people can become when there's no law to curb them.

"The Forever Purge" shambles along in those footsteps, while touching on provocative themes — US immigration policy, racism, the rise of white supremacy, class divisions — without delving deeply enough to give them serious weight.

The movie opens with husband-and-wife Adela (Ana de la Reguera, "Army of the Dead") and Juan (Tenoch Huerta) making their way into the US from Mexico, picking up 10 months later with both employed, him working on a Texas ranch.

The ranch's family patriarch (Will Patton) treats Juan well, which isn't true of his son Dylan (Josh Lucas), whose wife (Cassidy Freeman) is about to have a baby.

The Purge comes, but instead of a sigh of relief the morning after, the violence and killing continues, with a shadowy group having organized a "Forever Purge." Those masked figures vow to rid the country of immigrants while simultaneously targeting the wealthy — a dynamic that turns Dylan and Juan, as well as those around them, into heavily armed brothers in arms.

As an example of how the drama flirts with relevance without actually braving it, Lucas' character, confronted about bigoted behavior toward Mexicans, insists he's not a racist but merely thinks people should stick to their own kind. But enough about that — and whether the response deflects the charge — because there's quickly more killing to do.

Directed by Everardo Gout from a script by franchise creator James DeMonaco, the politics surrounding the border — turned upside down with the US unraveling — similarly become a way of introducing a cursory nod to current events that takes a back seat to the matter at hand, which is a pitched battle for survival.

Early in the movie, an interview subject on TV foreshadows what's to come, calling the Purge "a virus" and warning that it's "spreading and growing and mutating." There's nothing subtle about the analogy or the idea that once unleashed, such dark impulses are difficult to contain.

Like "The Hunt," another Universal title whose attempt at violent social satire triggered controversy (prompting the studio to delay its release), "The Forever Purge's" once-over-lightly politics don't merit much of a fuss, playing like a cynical exploitation of real-world issues.

Charitably, the producers of both deserve modest credit for wanting to tackle broader themes within an action framework. In each case, though, the main takeaway is what a delicate touch that requires and how icky these movies feel, as well as the hope that this particular cinematic virus really is going away.

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