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Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Sicario: Day of the Soldado

06 Jul, 2018
2 hrs 02 mins
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The drug war on the US-Mexico border has reached its peak as the cartels are recruiting terrorists and mercenaries across the US border. To curb the war, Matt Graver, an FBI agent teams up with the mercurial operative, Alejandro Gillick.
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Of all the tiny memorable things about Sicario - and there were many, including and certainly not limited to Josh Brolins Crocs, that excellent traffic jam shootout and the skulls - one stood out. The sky. Now to most of you that might understandably sound vague, but fans of the film would know exactly what I mean when I bring up the sky in Sicario. ...Read full review
Let us get the basics out of the way does Sicario: Day of the Soldado work as an effective sequel? The answer is a resounding yes. Does the film improve on the original in any way no it does not but it is still a dark and vastly entertaining ride. It is out in theatres today so should you watch it? Of course, yes. ...Read full review
The American intelligence feels the Islamic terrorist organisations have formed an unholy tryst with the Mexican drug cartels and that terrorists are being smuggled into America through the porous Texan border. To put a stop to this, they ask agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) to put a black ops setup in motion. Hes given a carte blanche regarding this. Graver reaches out to his associate from the first film, Alejandro Gillick (Benicio del Toro), and the duo come up with the plan to start a war between the cartels. ...Read full review
Theres something missing from Sicario: Day of the Soldado, Stefano Sollimas follow-up to Denis Villeneuves bleak, beautiful 2015 crime thriller. Perhaps the success of the similarly themed Netflix series Narcos, which premiered a month before Sicario, might have encouraged writer Taylor Sheridan (watch Hell or High Water to understand his obsession with dusty neo-Western badlands) to dig further into United States law enforcements uneasy equation with Mexican and South American drug cartels. ...Read full review
A sequel of Sicario (2015), this film picks up the same theme of Mexican drug cartels and their involvement in illegal cross border activities between the US and Mexico. This time, CIA operative Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) teams up with Alejandro Gillick (Benicio del Toro) to crack down on the cartels trafficking people across the border and allowing terrorists to enter Texas. ...Read full review