The Purge

The Purge (2013)

Ending / spoiler

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The Polite Man stabs James and he bleeds to death in front of his family. The Polite Man comes to finish the job, but he is killed by the Sandin's neighbors who enter the house. The neighbors then decide to kill the remaining family members, but the man Charlie let into the house disarms them. Mary tells them all that they will wait out the rest of the night and no one else will die. When the Purge ends, the neighbors leave. The man who saved them leaves too and Mary thanks him for saving her and her kids.

moviedragon

Audio problem: In the scene where the polite leader is addressing the Sandins for the first time he takes his mask off and starts talking to the camera but he is muted until James unmutes him. If you watch the polite leader while he is muted he mouths the words "Mr. And Mrs. Sandin" before he is unmuted. However when he is unmuted we hear him finish that statement by saying "Mrs. Sandin" again. (00:33:25)

oddy knocky
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James Sandin: Tonight allows people a release for all the hatred and violence that they keep up inside them.
Charlie Sandin: Why don't you guys kill someone tonight?
James Sandin: Because we don't feel the need to, Charlie.

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Question: Why didn't those purge people just go find someone else? Why waste all their time on one house and why did the girls go around in flimsy dresses and barefoot on a cold night?

Rob245

Answer: These purges are pretty crazy. They were hunting this person, a homeless man, and they wanted to kill him specifically. They wanted their prize, the trophy of their hunt. And they won't let anyone stop them as it's their right. So being blocked from their target only increases their desire.

lionhead
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