The Equalizer 2
- 2hr 9m
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JUST AS GREAT AS THE FIRST
must see wow better than the first one he did his thing
Among the books that McCall carries with him is a volume of Proust’s “In Search of Lost Time”; we see the cover in pointed close-ups. That can serve as one of the hero’s life lessons. Take a pass on the movie and you avoid losing two hours.
Even though the evil impulses of the villains feel rote and arbitrary, The Equalizer 2 is not without its pleasures.
For a spell, this sequel to the 2014 hit intrigues because of its insistence on taking time to establish melancholy themes and thoughtful tone. But no amount of Denzel Washington’s weary authority is enough to distract from the fact that this overstuffed, ultimately unsatisfying potboiler merely dresses up its clichés in strained gravitas.
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In his first sequel ever, Denzel Washington returns to play ex-CIA black ops operative Robert McCall, a vigilante using his unique training on behalf of the exploited and oppressed. But how much farther will he go to bring justice to those he loves? And can’t we all just agree not to make Denzel Washington angry?
Also returning for the sequel are the director and writer of the first film, Antoine Fuqua and Richard Wenk. The sequel also stars Pedro Pascal, Bill Pullman, and Melissa Leo.
- Denzel Washington
- Pedro Pascal
- Bill Pullman
- Melissa Leo
- Jonathan Scarfe
- Sakina Jaffrey
- Ashton Sanders
- Lexie Roth
- Caroline Day
- Donald Cerrone
Did You Know?
- Should Denzel Washington star in this film, it would be his first and only sequel to date
- When Miles is hiding behind the two-way mirror and Kovac is looking directly at him (but can't see him due to the two-way mirror), the phone's light is illuminating his face. Kovac would have seen the light. In fact, Robert warns him of that later.
- Robert McCall: There are two kinds of pain in this world. The pain that hurts, the pain that alters.
- [In Turkish]
- Robert McCall: Today, you get to choose.