This movie really sucks, but still it′s fun to watch. For 90 minutes it′s just gunfights and explosions. No talking, just shooting. It′s amazing to see fully grown men act like this, and being serious about it! If you have nothing to do on a late Sunday night, then give this one a try!
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Equalizer 2000 (1987)
Equalizer 2000 is a movie starring Richard Norton, Corinne Wahl, and Robert Patrick. A ruthless vehicular gang rules the post-apocalyptic wasteland. That's until a muscled hero named Slade builds the ultimate machine gun - Equalizer...
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In a bleak, postnuclear future world, warring factions struggle to claim the Equalizer 2000, the one weapon powerful enough to guarantee survival.
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Bad but coolReviewed bymrviolenceVote: 2/10
This is THE top of the line, in B movies. If you've ever liked a "bad" movie, this one has it all. The terrible dialog is stunning. My favorite line, not to give anything away, is "Spin it, spin it!" The movie makes little sense, the tactics are non-existent in the battle scenes, the gun is just pipes glued together... it's marvelous. There are characters that are dressed in what look like Confederate soldier uniforms, and there are also characters that are wearing ski masks. Now, incidentally, there are some stunt scenes where people get set on fire... I wonder if there might be a connection between the wardrobe department and the stunt department... no, couldn't be! Seriously, if you get a kick out of B, C, D or maybe just F movies, (I'm talking bottom of the line, here) this one is the top of the line.
You might not think at first that a jungle country like the Philippines would get involved with making post-apocalypse movies, but it actually did happen a number of times in the 1980s. Many of them were made by the prolific B-movie filmmaker Cirio H. Santiago, and while "Equalizer 2000" is not one of his worst, it is perhaps one of his most forgettable. Despite hiring martial arts movie star Richard Norton, Santiago pretty much wastes him. Norton hardly gets to do anything resembling true martial arts, and for the most part he comes across as bland and unemotional. The bland feeling extends to the gun battles and car chases as well. Though there seems to be an excuse for action every few minutes, there is no zip or excitement to be found; it just seems to be going through the motions instead. As I indicated earlier, there's nothing to make this post-apocalypse movie stand out from the pack from the countless others that were made in the 1980s all over the world. If you want to see a GOOD post-apocalypse actioner made by Santiago, track down a copy of "Wheels of Fire" instead.