The Equalizer 2

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Antoine Fuqua
2 h 01 min
Release Date
19 July 2018
Thriller, Action, Crime
Robert McCall returns to deliver his special brand of vigilante justice -- but how far will he go when it's someone he loves?
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Cranky T-Rex2
The Flyby

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  • The Equalizer 2 Makes Me Cranky
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  • The Equalizer 2 Review
    After you watch The Equalizer, you never look at a Home Depot quite the same way again. It was one of those movies that looked like it would at best be mediocre, and then surprisingly turned out to be an inventive, fun little Taken-wannabe starring Denzel Washington of all people. While it ended with a sequel hook, it didn't seem to be the kind of thing that would ever get one, and yet, here we are with The Equalizer 2.

    As you may have guessed from my previous writings, I'm always skeptical of sequels, particularly when it comes to sleeper hits like The Equalizer that seem like perfectly self-contained stories. We saw how the Taken franchise descended into garbage real fast, for example.  Then again, we've got John Wick 2 now to show everybody how it's done: keep what's good, expand the world, don't repeat the first movie beat for beat.

    The trailers for Equalizer 2 didn't look like it would repeat the first movie beat for beat, so that was good, but it did look like it was going to water down the concept from a guy helping people around him to a guy just getting revenge for his friend.  Now that I've seen it, I can tell you the trailers are a pretty accurate representation of what you're getting here.

    That doesn't mean it's terrible though, so let me tell you how The Equalizer 2 manages to balance out the bad with some good:

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Dave Cullen1
Computing Forever

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  • Brie Larson Wants Woke Film Reviews (Wrinkle In Time - 10:00) (Equalizer 2 - 15:30)
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Ben Davies1
Rebel Media

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  • Ben Davies' 2018 Rebel Awards! “Biggest Dumpster Fire” and more lowlights of the year in movies
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Society Reviews1
Society Reviews

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  • 2014’s The Equalizer was a solid box office hit that was pleasantly enjoyed by the vast majority of audiences. Like any moderate box office success in today’s Hollywood, a sequel was announced that once again put Denzel Washington, screenwriter Richard Wenk, and director Antoine Fuqua together for a new project. Unfortunately unlike their last production, The Magnificent Seven, The Equalizer 2 is nothing more than a simple carbon copy of the first film and it shows.

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The Federalist Staff2
The Federalist

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  • Denzel Washington’s ‘Equalizer 2’ Is Not ‘Revenge Porn,’ But A Strong Film About Justice
    The critics of this Denzel Washington film have ignored its underlying morality that others of this type lack.
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  • 15 Worst Bombs Among Summer 2018 Movies
    (”The Equalizer 2” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    For this cinema cynic, who glories in the misfires and crater-producing duds, there is not as much wreckage to pick through this year, but there are still ample failures to be found.
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Debbie Schlussel1
The New York Post

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  • Wknd Box Office: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Equalizer 2, Unfriended: Dark Web
    By Debbie Schlussel This weekend’s new movies have two things in common: 1) they are all sequels, and2) I hated ’em all (though in varying degrees). Remember, you can hear my movie reviews most Fridays on “The Larry The Cable Guy Show” at around 10:35 a.m. Eastern on SiriusXM’s Jeff and Larry’s Comedy Roundup Channel […]
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John Nolte1
Daily Wire / Breitbart

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  • 'Equalizer 2' Review: Denzel Washington Tears Down the Deep State
    In the very satisfying Equalizer 2, Denzel Washington comes out of the shadows to hand the Deep State an overdue reckoning.
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Linh Dinh1

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  • Of Ants and Asskicking
    (”The Equalizer 2” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Trinh Cong Son, the great song writer, poet and soul of Saigon, said that he got his heart and mind revving each morning by watching frantic life unfurling all around him, while sitting in a sidewalk cafe. Lesser Vietnamese do exactly the same, however, for to be among one’s own kind is practically an hourly […]
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