Sicario: Day of the Soldado User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.04

Current Rating: 4.04

based on 100 votes and 44 reviews

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  • 2 stars Nowhere near as good as the first.
  • 5 stars This movie is academy award material,superb acting and very credible with today's events at the mexican border.
  • 5 stars If you saw the first one you have to see this one. Excellent it brought up things happening now at our border.... The performance of Benicio was Excellent!!!!! Can't wait to see the next one.
  • 5 stars Loved this movie from beginning to end. Action, great characters. Alejandro's role even better in this sequel.
  • 1 stars Brutal - crappy story line and just didn't make sense - save your $.
  • brutally bad movie - just didn't make sense - save your $ for a different one.
  • 5 stars powerful gritty ,movie that show even more power and grit having Josh Brolin help save the girl yet going after Del Torio to kill. Very emotion trip with shock value to boot. Great 2nd showing.
  • 5 stars well written in actual issues
  • 5 stars Brolin and Del Toro deliver, I love their acting!!! Loved how the politics played out. Gritty! The teenage boy did an amazing job. The young girl is a rising star. Shocking scenes. Interesting end.
  • 4 stars Movie is pleasantly entertaining, more action than first one, different story overall. Really like it except last 20 minutes where it gets emotional for a tough character like Brolin and kind of cheesy at the end, but of course can't wait for 3rd part if there will be one before they get too old to act.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Thriller
Running Time:  123 min.
In theatres: June 29, 2018
DVD/Blu-ray: October 2, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 4.04
based on 100 votes and 44 reviews
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Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin, Isabela Moner, Jeffrey Donovan, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Catherine Keener