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I don't understand how they expect to make money of these kind of movies. Are these C Flicks a method to launder money?
The movie tried to appear real slick but ends up delivering motion sickness inducing camera work. Headache inducing soundtrack and Corny Computer Hardware clichés. Last times like Schwab and Diebold...seriously?
I'm trying to think of something positive and it's quite difficult.
I kept hoping to hear the Purge Siren go off, and the main character to start killing everyone to end the movie quickly. It would have been a much more redeemable ending.
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