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The Equalizer Review (15)

Among the most respected actors in Hollywood today, a recipient of two Academy Awards and three further nominations, Denzel Washington is not afraid to get his hands dirty in old-fashioned action cinema. 467 more words


The Equalizer (2014)

The Equalizer (2014)


Antoine Fuqua


Denzel Washington

Marton Csokas

Chloë Grace Moretz


A man believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and has dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. 240 more words

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Episode 24: The Equalizer (2014)

In this episode, we discuss Antoine Fuqua’s The Equalizer. We break down the film’s focus on character development, the complexity (or lack thereof) of its morality, and its classical structure. 49 more words


REVIEW: Olympus Has Fallen

Lest we forget, the sight of the White House, the very icon of the American Presidency, in flames could have been a non-fiction tale (or a Paul Greengrass film). 199 more words

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Denzel Washington Back with Ethan Hawke for ‘Magnificent Seven’

Ethan Hawke will join his “Training Day” co-star Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua for MGM’s remake of “The Magnificent Seven,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. 107 more words


Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke and "Training Day" Director Antoine Fuqua Reteam on "Magnificent Seven"

It’s been over a decade since Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, and director Antoine Fuqua patrolled the mean streets of Los Angeles in “Training Day,” and it looks like that team is looking to head to the Wild West for their next collaboration. 135 more words


Antoine Fuqua's 'Magnificent Seven' Remake Is Turning Into A 'Training Day' Reunion

Without a doubt, Antoine Fuqua’s Training Day is one of the most well-known instant classics to come out of the 2000s. Unfortunately, since Denzel Washington won Best Actor for his role as Detective Alonzo Harris, few of the film’s principle players have gotten together for a reunion on other projects – the rare recent example being… 105 more words

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