Home Entertainment Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado (Sony)

What can I say about this movie? Whoa? Wow? Awesome?  None of these seem to fit the bill. This has action, drama and more. I haven’t seen the first movie […]

What can I say about this movie? Whoa? Wow? Awesome?  None of these seem to fit the bill.

This has action, drama and more. I haven’t seen the first movie but it didn’t matter because it was a stand-alone type movie sequel.

So, what is this movie about a group of called Sicario made up of Benicio del Toro as Alejandro Gillick and Josh Brolin as Matt Graver, CIA Special Activities Division officer as leaders of the group? Their mission is to cause a war between the Cartels fractions in Mexico after a terrorist group blows up a Kansa city retail store. Which The United States Government sends in Alejandro Gillick and Matt Graver (the two main characters from the first film) to cause the Cartel Fraction to fight against each other.

So, what are the extras you might be asking yourself? Well, there is from film to franchise: continuing the story, an act of war: making Sicario: Day of the Soldado, The Assassin, and the Soldier: Cast and Characters. From Film to Franchise: Continuing the story talks about how the first movie ended up becoming a stand-alone sequel. An act of war: Making Sicario: Day of the Soldado Dealt with the making of the stand-alone sequel. The Assassin and the Soldier: Cast and Characters talk about how everyone was chosen for the movie.

So, in my honest opinion, I’m not a war movie fan but I did like this one and may get the first one to see the difference between the two.

Joaquin Espino

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