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What I’ve Been Watching: Summer Surprises To Rule Them All

A full gauntlet of films is available for your extended Fourth of July celebrations. They’re diverse, with comedy, action, and thought-provoking power intertwined, thanks to turns by old favorites (Will Ferrell, Denzel Washington, Ben Stiller) and new ones (Jack O’Connell, … Continue reading

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The Equalizer: Be Who You’re Supposed To Be (Movie Review)

A quiet man, Bob McCall (Denzel Washington) goes about his job at the Home Depot-like warehouse store, but at night he ends up walking the streets of Boston to his favorite all-night diner. There, he interacts with Teri (Chloe Grace … Continue reading

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Michael Sloan’s The Equalizer: The Odds Are Stacked (Book Review)

A month before the film starring Denzel Washington hits the big screen in late September, Michael Sloan’s The Equalizer novel debuts. Based on the character Robert McCall that Edward Woodward played for four seasons in the early 1980s, Sloan’s protagonist services in … Continue reading

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2 Guns: There Is No Code… Or Is There? (Movie Review)

DEA agent Bob Trench (Denzel Washington) and Navy Intelligence officer Mike Stigman (Mark Wahlberg) are both undercover, infiltrating the Mexican drug cartel run by Papi Greco (Edward James Olmos). But neither of them knows that the other is actually one … Continue reading

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