The Equalizer sequel is really great says film blogger Nthabiseng Mosieane

On the #WeekendBreakfast with Africa Melane, South African film blogger Nthabiseng Mosieane chats about 'The Equalizer 2' movie, and Denzel Washington's overall performance.

Mosieane says that she went to go check out the movie last night, and the first theatre she went to was sold out.

The second film was really great

Nthabiseng Mosieane, South African film blogger

Mosieane says that the plot of the movie is centred around the murder of his best friend.

He tries to figure out who murdered his friend throughout the whole film she adds.

There's a bit of agency on his side because it's personal.

Nthabiseng Mosieane, South African film blogger

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