The Equalizer 2 – Budget of $62 million – 2 hours and 1 minute
Robert McCall is still the silent angel to the people around him. Whether they live in his building, work at his local bookstore, or meet him at his new job, Robert is there to help. As a Lyft driver, he sees people from every walk of life in some of the best, worst, scariest, or funniest times in their lives. One regular customer is a Holocaust survivor. He spends hours collecting evidence that a stolen painting belongs to him. So after Robert learns he has lost his case again, he reaches out to Susan for help. Susan promises to do what she can while she is in Belgium. One of their operatives and his wife has died. It looks to be a murder/suicide but Susan sees something different. Just before she goes to her hotel room, she calls Robert to let him know she got some intel on his customer. Once she is in her room, she is attacked and killed. Robert will leave no stone unturned to find the men who killed Susan.
This movie focuses more on Robert’s past than the first movie (FTC Affiliate Disclaimer). Based on the TV series, this has the strong action and quick hand to hand fight scenes fans have come to love (FTC Affiliate Disclaimer). You will learn more about Robert, his connection to Susan, and why he feels the need to help. He must learn the truth about everyone in his life and risk their lives to find the men who killed Susan. His only problem is that he can only do it once. With the bonus of a decent action movie, this film will give you quotable one-liners for years to come. See it today.
I give it 3.5 out of 5 stars
Man ain’t spelled G U N – Robert
No, no, my friend. I don’t work for free – Susan
There are two kinds of pain in their world. The kind that hurts and the kind that alters – Robert
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