|Directed by||Cirio Santiago|
|Produced by||Cirio Santiago|
|Written by||Joe Mari Avellana (story)|
Frederick Bailey (screenplay) and (story)
Don Gordon Bell
|Music by||Ding Achacoso (as Edward Achacoso)|
|Edited by||Pacífico Sánchez|
Equalizer 2000, also known as Defender 2000, is a 1987 action movie, filmed in the Philippines, featuring an appearance by Robert Patrick. The film is best described as one of the many Mad Max ripoffs which were prevalent in the mid-1980s.
In post-nuclear Alaska, a fascist group ("The Ownership") battles rebels in hopes of possessing a massive weapon—the "Equalizer 2000" of the title. The Ownership is led by the captain, Neil Desai, who is played by David Da Silva Krul. The two are in fact friends in real life.
- Review by Nathan Shumate at Cold Fusion Video
- Equalizer 2000 on IMDb
- Equalizer 2000 at Rotten Tomatoes
- Equalizer 2000 at AllMovie
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