The firstEqualizerwas incredibly violent, and at the same time incredibly watchable. This sequel continues in very much the same vein. Robert McCall returns to deliver his special brand of vigilante justice — but how far will he go when it’s someone he loves?
USA / 121 minutes / 2018
Writers:Richard Lindheim, Michael Sloan, Richard Wenk
Denzel Washington as Robert McCall
Ashton Sanders as Miles Whittaker
Jonathan Scarfe as Resnik
Tamara Hickey as Grace Braelick
Bill Pullman as Brian Plummer
Caroline Day as Amy
Orson Bean as Sam Rubinstein
Pedro Pascal as Dave York
Melissa Leo as Susan Plummer
Rhys Olivia Cote as Nine Year Old Braelick Girl
Ken Baltin as Grace Braelick’s Lawyer
Colin Allen as Bookstore Nerd
Antoine de Lartigue as Mr. Calbert (Belgian Husband)
Jim Loutzenhiser as Interpol Agent
Alessandra Noelle Rosenfeld as Lyft Girl (8 Yrs)
Lillie Dickens as Lyft Girl (8 Yrs)
Rex Baning as Lyft Boy (8 Yrs)
Lance A. Williams as Junior (Wall Street)
Rory Benjamin Smith as Hart Schaffer (Co-Op)
Ted Arcidi as Big Ernie
Rutherford Cius as Miles’ Buddy
Wesley Pereira as Miles’ Buddy
David Carrasquillo as Miles’ Buddy
Nathaniel Chaney as Miles’ Buddy
Drew Cooper as Jolly
Jay Hieron as Harried Man
Naheem Garcia as Israel & Rose Horowitz Residence Director
Gloria Papert as Magda (Sam’s Sister)
Phil Tavares as State Trooper
Tim Doherty as State Trooper
Cj Stuart as Belgian Backpacker
Donald Cerrone as Belgian Backpacker
Gabrielle Lorthe as Bus Girl (Miles’ School Buddy)
Karen Strong as Carol York
Marley Dauphin as Molly York
Elena Capaldi as Alice York
Penélope de la Rosa as Student
Miguel Nascimento as Lyft Passenger Young Soldier
Maximillian McNamara as Lyft Passenger Interview Man
Gerry Pucci as Lyft Passenger Alcoholic
Phyllis Kay as Grandmother on the Train
Johnny L. Hernandez as Valet
Jermaine Holt as Twitchy Dude
Liam McNeill as Vegan Guy (uncredited)
Sakina Jaffrey as Fatima
Andrei Arlovski as Russian Mobster (uncredited)
Abigail Marlowe as Jana Calbert
Garrett Golden as Kovac
Adam Karst as Turkish Father
Alican Barlas as Dining Car Porter
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