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The Equalizer (2014)

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In The Equalizer, Denzel Washington plays McCall, a man who believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. But when McCall meets Teri (Chloë Grace Moretz), a young girl under the control of ultra-violent Russian gangsters, he can’t stand idly by – he has to help her. Armed with hidden skills that allow him to serve vengeance against anyone who would brutalize the helpless, McCall comes out of his self-imposed retirement and finds his desire for justice reawakened. If someone has a problem, if the odds are stacked against them, if they have nowhere else to turn, McCall will help. He is The Equalizer.

Director: Antoine Fuqua

Release Date: 2014-09-24
Status: Released
Run time: 132 min / 2:12
Budget: $55,000,000
Revenue: $192,330,738
Production Companies : Lonetree Entertainment, Columbia Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Escape Artists, LStar Capital, Mace Neufeld Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2014-09-24
Status: Released
Run time: 132 min / 2:12
Budget: $55,000,000
Revenue: $192,330,738

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Casts

Denzel Washington
as Robert McCall
Marton Csokas
as Teddy
Chloë Grace Moretz
as Teri
David Harbour
as Masters
Haley Bennett
as Mandy
Bill Pullman
as Brian Plummer
Melissa Leo
as Susan Plummer
David Meunier
as Slavi
Johnny Skourtis
as Ralphie
Alex Veadov
as Tevi
Vladimir Kulich
as Vladimir Pushkin
E. Roger Mitchell
as Lead Investigator
James Wilcox
as Pederson
Mike O'Dea
as Remar
Anastasia Sanidopoulos Mousis
as Jenny
Andrew Farazi
as Gangster
Allen Maldonado
as Marcus
Matt Lasky
as Marat
Vitaliy Shtabnoy
as Andri
Timothy John Smith
as Detective Gilly
Robert Wahlberg
as Detective Harris
Rhet Kidd
as Jay
Mike Morrell
as HM Brian
Shawn Fitzgibbon
as Little John Looney
Owen Burke
as Thief
Luz Mery Sanchez
as Ralphie's Mom
John Romualdi
as Agent Mosley
Johnny Messner
as P&E Worker
Patrick Coppola
as Homeowner
William Xifaras
as Laborer
Jenny Johnson
as Reporter
Peter Haydu
as Bank Officer
Tait Fletcher
as Teddy's Guy
Mark Stefanich
as Teddy's Guy
Dan Bilzerian
as Teddy's Guy
Matt Leonard
as Teddy's Guy
Sala Baker
as Teddy's Guy
Yan Dron
as Teddy's Guy

Crew

Directing Antoine Fuqua Director
Production Todd Black Producer
Production Denzel Washington Producer
Production Richard Wenk Producer
Production Steve Tisch Producer
Production Jason Blumenthal Producer
Production Tony Eldridge Producer
Production Mace Neufeld Producer
Production Alex Siskin Producer
Production Michael Sloan Producer
Writing Richard Wenk Writer
Production Lance Johnson Co-Producer
Production Molly Allen Associate Producer
Production Kat Samick Associate Producer
Production David J. Bloomfield Executive Producer
Production Ezra Swerdlow Executive Producer
Production Ben Waisbren Executive Producer
Sound Harry Gregson-Williams Original Music Composer
Camera Mauro Fiore Director of Photography
Editing John Refoua Editor
Production Lindsay Graham Casting
Production Mary Vernieu Casting
Art Naomi Shohan Production Design
Art David Lazan Art Direction
Art Leslie E. Rollins Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up David C. Robinson Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Elizabeth Cecchini Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Liz Bernstrom Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Rob Fitz Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Sherryn Smith Makeup Artist
Production Molly Allen Production Supervisor
Art Denis Leining Art Department Coordinator
Crew Aimee Butterfield Property Master
Crew Jennifer Gerbino Property Master
Art Theodore Suchecki Construction Coordinator
Art Tom Sola Construction Foreman
Art Butch McCarthy Greensman
Crew Kim Nelson Scenic Artist
Art Cameron Matheson Leadman
Art Jeremy Woodward Set Designer
Crew David Rickson Scenic Artist
Sound Chris Andrew Ciulla ADR & Dubbing
Sound Robin Harlan Foley
Sound Sarah Monat Foley
Sound Mandell Winter Supervising Sound Editor
Sound David Esparza Sound Designer
Sound Ryan Collins Sound Effects Editor
Sound Daniel J. Leahy Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Steve Pederson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Editing Michael Magill Dialogue Editor
Crew Jack Lynch Special Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Brian Drewes Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Sean Devereaux Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Don Libby CG Supervisor
Crew Keith Woulard Stunt Coordinator
Camera Sebastián Almeida Camera Operator
Camera Kirk R. Gardner Camera Operator
Crew Lukasz Jogalla Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera David Richert Camera Operator
Camera Brian Heller Helicopter Camera
Camera Kirk R. Gardner Steadicam Operator
Camera Scott Garfield Still Photographer
Lighting Chris Culliton Gaffer
Lighting Dave Cambria Rigging Gaffer
Production Angela Peri Casting
Costume & Make-Up Lara Quinlan Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Tina Ulee Set Costumer
Editing Mandy Arnold Digital Intermediate
Editing Kathleen Largay Digital Intermediate
Editing Morning Star Schott Digital Intermediate
Editing William Paley First Assistant Editor
Sound Richard Whitfield Music Editor
Crew Paul Weathered Picture Car Coordinator
Crew Leigh Dillon Dialect Coach
Crew Jessica Drake Dialect Coach
Directing Deirdre Horgan Script Supervisor
Directing Betsy Kuehn Script Supervisor
Production Jill Rosenblatt Production Accountant
Crew Laura Torrance Studio Teachers
Crew Alexandr Dvornikov Translator
Crew Cid Swank Unit Publicist
Production Mark Fitzgerald Location Manager

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  • In his first sequel, Denzel Washington plays a ruthless vigilante with good intentions — though even those can't redeem this nasty thriller.

  • Denzel Washington reprises his role as a retired government operative who is drawn back into action. What made the original Equalizer special in the realm of revenge action thrillers was the ...

  • Denzel Washington has never made a sequel before, and this tired retread of an already tedious movie makes us wish he hadn't started now.

  • Denzel's TV-based action thriller is violent but stylish. Read Common Sense Media's The Equalizer review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • The villains in Antoine Fuqua’s The Equalizer series are often faceless—that is, until the camera registers their confusion and fear right before they’re snuffed out with dazzling proficiency by Robert McCall (Denzel Washington). In The Equalizer 2, there’s an instance when the former black-ops specialist almost appears to be making sushi of his opponent.

  • The Box Office: The Equalizer 2 is Denzel Washington’s first sequel in what is essentially his first franchise.Washington remains a true-blue movie star, a guy who can still open a movie ...

  • The "Equalizer 2" doesn't stray far from the formula established is Fuqua and Denzel's first foray, and as such there is entertainingly familiar fun to be found.

  • In The Equalizer, Denzel Washington plays McCall, a man who believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. But when McCall meets Teri ...

  • The Equalizer is loosely based on an 80s television series with the same name. This reinvention in comparison aims to be darker and much violent, but the film's ambition is basically turning its star, Denzel Washington, into a grittier action hero.