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Sicario: Day of the Soldado

This movie follows the drug war that cause the death of thousands of innocence, so the government tends to end the war in violence, so they ask a federal agent, Matt Graver, who calls a weird person, Alejandro, to end up this havoc, as the cartels begin to help the Islamic terrorists to cross the borders.
Duration: 122 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2018
IMDb: 7.2
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Washington Free Beacon
June 29, 2018 Sequel looks into the abyss-and flinches away
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AARP Movies for Grownups
June 29, 2018 [A] kinetic, incoherent but great-looking flick.
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SSG Syndicate
June 29, 2018 Somber and savage, as sinister and intense as the nightly news from McAllen, Texas.
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San Diego Reader
June 29, 2018 As if in imitation of the ruthless Mexican drug cartel its heroes go after, director Stefano Sollima's sequel decapitates, disembowels, and castrates Denis Villeneuve's beautiful, tough, and sad 2015 original.
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Boston Globe
June 28, 2018 {Soldado] dithers away into subplots, including one that is ludicrously contrived and seems designed to continue the franchise.
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Chicago Tribune
June 28, 2018 At its mean, snakelike best, it's also a brutally assured commercial action picture, unburdened by the moral qualms or unnerving ambiguity of its predecessor.
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The Daily Beast
June 29, 2018 Stefano Sollima's superior follow-up is a horror story posing as a tactical military thriller, all callous political maneuvering, senseless bloodshed and unachieved ambitions, set to bass-heavy braying and industrial noise.
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What the Flick?!
June 29, 2018 There are moments that are quite tense, but as a whole, ideologically, I don't know what this movie is trying to say--I don't know that its that coherent.
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Detroit News
June 29, 2018 "Day of the Soldado" is at its best when it sticks to its own raw brand of truth.
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RogerEbert.com
June 29, 2018 The carnage in Day of the Soldado becomes numbing to such a degree that it's hard to care about what happens next.
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ChrisStuckmann.com
June 29, 2018 Sicario 2 is far more complex. It shows the effect on children, the moral dilemma that "the good guys" ... and it does not come off as popcorn entertainment, but a disturbing exploration.
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The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
June 29, 2018 Day of the Soldado is convoluted enough that you can almost enjoy it for Brolin and Del Toro's hypnotic acting and ignore the ever-present cloud of noxious politics, and there are times you wonder if it's xenophobic or just nihilistic.
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IMDb: 7
2017
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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