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Plot: The drug war on the U.S.-Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border. To fight the war, federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with the mercurial Alejandro. Runtime: 122 min Release Date: 29 Jun 2018
A highly recommended movie to watch (by izartirta)
I really like the military-themed movies, especially when presented in such a mesmerizing way as this Sicario movie.This film gives a fairly intense feeling of tension from beginning to end. The initial scene of the movie really makes us thrilled by the horror as a result of the terrorist cruelty against innocent citizens.Josh Brolin has played a very good and stunning character for Matt Graver. We can feel the aura of terror, firmness and professionalism from Matt just by looking at body language and Josh Brolin's appearance. He really makes himself look very tough and ready to avenge <more>
the terrorist cruelty in a way that will satisfy us.Benicio Del Toro has also given the impression of revenge that is so scary that we can feel that the retaliation will be very appropriate with the cruelty of the terrorists themselves.The battle scenes between the military under Josh Brolin's leadership with the cartel members and with the evil Mexican police have been shown to be very realistic, cruel and frightening. Every splash of blood is seen as a cruelty on one side, but on the other hand satisfying.In movies like Rambo or James Bond, we see that the bullets and deaths of someone, especially the evil one, seem so easy and cheap. But in movies like Sicario, the death of a human really feels like a death that gives a sense of fear.I highly recommend you to watch this movie.
I still remembering going to the cinema all by myself to see Sicario back in 2015. I didn't bring any one with me because it was a last minute call, I was just studding about the Mexican cartel at that time when the movie was released and decided to watch Sicaio to get a better sense of the situation. The new 'Sicaio day of the Soldado' brings back the two famous actors Brolan and Del Toro Minus Emily Blunt...uh well . This time they have to fight against the people who smuggle terrorists through the Mexican border. As an Israeli citizen, I have experienced terrorism in my own <more>
home town and can relate to it very easily. I have to say that Soldado have successfuly brought that atmosphere of terror in a very realistic way. I enjoyed it very much, it's darker than it's presedor but the tense and plot twists are strong, not to mention the performences of the great casts. A+
Flawless in its dark, realistic atmosphere (by biont)
If you love moderately paced realistic action, I mean not the kind of action where bullets fly of the main hero and all kinds of unbelievable nonsense is happening, but the kind of action, where you have the time to enjoy every scene and the plot is actually pretty believable - this is the one.I enjoyed every bit of it: from the atmosphere that doesn't really rush you, but doesn't bore you either. Nothing is too slow, and what is much more important, nothing is too fast - which is so common in action scenes. My respect to the video editor - he's done a marvelous job. The composer <more>
is also brilliant - the music is so dark, atmospheric and beautiful.And all the main characters in this play are lovable. I mean, the main studs are just so cool. They are like the definition of toughness. If you take guys like Rambo, Batman or Luke Skywalker - they are not even close to that definition cause of the unrealistic atmosphere. You know you're been tricked watching those too good to be true kind of guys. In this movie - it's pure joy to watch that manliness brought on screen.So, go watch it. I first thought: too many good reviews, those people aren't real, but I'll give it a try anyway. Now I realize it's actually a great piece of dark cinema. And that's the kind of cinema I usually enjoy the most. So, my thumbs are pointing up. Loved it and will definitely watch the next part, when it's out.
Another great one from Sheridan (by allstarrunner)
I loved this film. If you are a fan of Taylor Sheridan and have seen his other films Hell or High Water, Wind River then you have a pretty good idea of what to expect. If you liked those films then you will surely like this film - of course, if you weren't fans of those films than don't expect anything different here!As most of his films go, the pacing is slow as the story plays out - but I never feel bored. The acting, of course, is top notch. Benicio and Brolin are absolutely perfect bringing their characters to life. Personally, I enjoyed this more than the first Sicario - <more>
although only because I found Emily Blunt's character to be annoying. The bottom line is that this film is definitely worth paying the money to see in the theater.
A riveting and challenging sequel. (by Troy_Campbell)
2018 will henceforth be known as the Year of the Brolin. First was the indomitable Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, then the badass antihero Cable in Deadpool 2, and now Josh Brolin returns to his morally shady CIA operative Matt Graver in the follow-up to 2015 masterpiece Sicario. Continuing the war on drugs using any and all methods available, while smashing ethical and legal boundaries every step of the way, Graver and his team including Benicio del Toro's scene-stealing hitman Alejandro kidnap the daughter of a drug kingpin in the hope of starting a Cartel war. Less of a direct <more>
sequel and more of a new chapter with familiar faces, filmmaker Stefano Sollima and returning screenwriter Taylor Sheridan concoct a hard-hitting tale existing within the murky fog of war. Heroes and villains blur, good and bad weave in and out of each other, and right and wrong are concepts that simply add no value to understanding the dilemma. It's rare for a movie to be this intellectually and morally uncomfortable, but that's what makes it so damn riveting. Italian director Sollima steps into Denis Villenueve's shoes without missing a beat, allowing the dread to simmer underneath the surface and the tension to build to unbearable levels through meticulous pacing and unnervingly long shots. Yet when it explodes, it does so with gritty aplomb. The set pieces are crafted with a tough and uncompromising realism, the businesslike choreography and thundering sound design reminiscent of Michael Mann's classic Heat. Taking over from composer Johann Johannsson who sadly passed away earlier this year , Hildur Guðnadóttir delivers an atmospheric score that not only supplements proceedings but imbues it with next-level suspense and heft. A powerhouse leading duo, expert direction and a provocatively complex narrative, Sicario: Day of the Soldado is an action-thriller firing on all cylinders.
This is why we love going to the movies. (by patrickyarber)
This movie had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Loved everything about it, can't wait to see the next one.
Absolutely brilliant! (by sarosh-sidd)
Waited for this movie for long and boy it's worth. As good as first instalment. Acting is superb with great cinematography plus direction.
Not as good as the original SICARIO, but very good all the same (by adrian-43767)
I found the original SICARIO US 2015, directed by Dennis Villeneuve one of the best films I have ever watched, one of the rare films made in this millennium that I would put on a par with the classics.SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO is, like most sequels, not as good, but it has some merits nonetheless. The acting by the two leads, Del Toro and Brolin, is first class, although this time Matt Graver Brolin comes across as more brawn and less of the subtle and even sardonic brain that he was in the first film. I missed an adult woman in a central role. Teenager Isabela Moner does her part well, <more>
but in a world of death, drugs and general depravity, a woman of Emily Blunt's presence would have helped.I also liked Matthew Modine, who I had not seen on the screen for some time. He plays a ruthless but stylish and authoritative secretary of state.Sollima appears to be a promising director, but he is not yet at Villeneuve's level, and a number of weaknesses become apparent during the movie, not least because the screenplay is not as tight and credible this time. For instance, the movie opens with an Islamic State member committing suicide, and I thought, wow, here is an interesting connection: Islam radicals and cartels. Alas, after a brief interrogation scene with Brolin sounding menacing and fulfilling his threats, the Islam element disappears from the movie and we are back in Mexico and cartel territory... and, to me, the movie steadily loses quality and gains predictability thereafter.The action scenes are very good, though I found Del Toro's survival surreal in every respect. Cinematography excellent. Again, screenplay is the weak link, with an open ending that inevitably opens the door to SICARIO 3.The first film suggested the darker workings of state in its war against threats posed by drug cartels. SOLDADO also suggests it in the interrogation scene and in the way that state sees human life as expendable, but it is less subtly presented.10/10 to the original, 8/10 to this one.
A good sequel with a glaring flaw that keeps it from being as good as the original (by buzurg007)
I am huge fan of Taylor Sheridan. Hell or High Water, Wind River, and Sicario are some of my favorite movies I have ever watched. The themes he explores are always complex, Sheridan never shies away from showcasing grey moral area, which is part of the reason why his movies are so gripping and unique to the point where they stick with you forever. Sicario: Day Of The Soldado was one of my most anticipated movies of the year, I was really scared for this movie, as first one didn't really seem like the kind of film that needs sequel. In the end, I was overall happy with what I got.Now, <more>
Sicario: Day Of The Soldado this time focuses more on Matt and Alejandro, played by phenomenal actors, Josh Brolin who is having one hell of year and Benicio Del Toro. Emily Blunt's character, Kate, is not in this one, and she doesn't really need to. The story is still centered around Cartel, but this time it's human trafficking and terrorism rather than drugs, so stakes are higher. Another prominent character in the movie is Isabel Reyes, daughter of a powerful crime lord, who is played by fantastic Isabella Moner. She seriously surprised me in the movie, her performance was powerful and gripping, and she managed to hold her own near freaking Benicio Del Toro, which is not an easy thing to do, especially for a young actress.So let's talk about positives - I absolutely loved what they did with Matt and continued to do Alejandro here. Alejandro was definitely highlight of the original film, every single time Benicio was on screen, I don't think anyone could take their eyes off of him, he's just such a unique and brilliantly written character, and he continues to be so in this movie. Benicio is just genius, his subtle acting is just brilliant, I can't stress enough how happy I am that he basically got his own franchise now. One scene in particular where he talks in sign language, is extremely well acted. Alejandro is just definition of unpredictable, I have zero idea what this character will do next, and it's just so unique to see the protagonist in the position where you would usually see a villain. Great character who continues to be great and complex.Matt Graver, who was a secondary character in the first film, moves to frontlines in this one, and it is great to see Brolin show off his talent in their full glory. Brolin just shines with charisma throughout the movie, and his character is explored even more deeply, which I loved. We delve into his relationship with Alejandro more, and it is showcased that they are not just co-workers, that there is sense of friendship, respect and experience there, and the actors portray it really well. There's particularly a short scene after Matt is tasked to take down Alejandro, and he is just walking into a car, but the amount of emotions Brolin shows just in that sequence is just incredible. I can with 100% certainty say that just like in previous movie, acting is Oscar worthy, but obviously Academy is just too damn stuck in their little box, and can't see anything further than that.Cinematography, while not as great as the original, is still brilliant, the same with directing, lighting, etc. Solima did a wonderful job in bringing his own unique style to a movie. This is very different movie than the original, and you can feel it right from the start. Especially the opening scene that sticks with you till the end.But there is a flaw that puts this movie below the original for me, and that flaw has to do with sequel baiting. Throughout the movie, there is a storyline of a kid who is getting into human trafficking, and while thematically his story fits, as it shows, just like in Isabela's case, the effect of war on children. Problem is that the story doesn't end. The story of the entire movie doesn't really have an ending, and it is not like open ending of original movie, this movie just cuts abruptly in the middle of the important moment. That ending really affected my overall feelings for the movie, and I had to think about it for days. It works great as a setup for another sequel, and I am sure that when third one comes out and if it will be great, my feelings for this storyline will change, but as of now, this hurts the flow of the movie.To sum it all, it was a really good sequel that is very close to being great one, but it doesn't quite reach that high because of that entire chunk of the movie and the ending. I am very excited for the third movie though.