Robert McCall serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed, but how far will he go when that is someone he loves?
In the first sequel, we got introduced to Robert McCall, a retired CIA agent living simply among common people, reading worthy books and springing t action only when there were serious wrongs to be righted on behalf of people unable to help themselves. His monk-like calm made it very exciting when he roused into action. He looked the part of a lone Samurai, unaffected by society, with regular habits.
This same savior quality was carried into the new sequel although he is more outgoing as a Lyft driver. His purity of mind and pared-down simplicity of his life marks the man as a special character. However, he is less meditative and more f the conventional action hero.
Now living in a new apartment in Boston, his job makes him more outwardly dedicated to those in need of a helping hand. Brussels, according to the movie, is the center of multiple murders of upscale officials at their homes committed by some ruthless commandos. McCall then finds that he is also on the hit list.