Everything Wrong With The Equalizer 2 In 17 Minutes Or Less

We enjoyed The Equalizer with Denzel. Most people did.

But this Equalizer 2 sequel is NOTHING like that first movie. It’s weird and long and so full of sins it makes your brain hurt.

Thursday: Recent scary sins.

Remember, no movie is without sin! Which movie’s sins should we expose next?!

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