General Information

Glossary: S
Released Year: 2018
Runtime: 123 minutes
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Directors: Stefano Sollima
Writers: Taylor Sheridan
Casts: Christopher Heyerdahl, Jeffrey Donovan, Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin, Shea Whigham, Raoul Max Trujillo, Cassandra Rochelle Fetters, Frédéric North, Catherine Keener, David Manzanares, Matthew Modine, Graham Beckel, Catherine Haun, Ian Bohen, Beth Bailey, James Devoti, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Joseph A. Garcia, J.D. Garfield, Faysal Ahmed, Rick Vargas, Jon Kristian Moore, Abigail Marlowe, Jackamoe Buzzell, Rob Franco, Elias Garza, Stafford Douglas, Ryan Jason Cook, Gonzalo Robles, Jake Picking, Oscar Avila, Howard Ferguson Jr., Connor Skific, Isabela Moner, Gregory Paul Valdez, Michael Love Toliver, Brian Reynolds, Chris Adams, Christian Pedersen, David Castaneda, Jacqueline Torres, Bruno Bichir, Tenzin Marco-Taylor, Dan Davidson, Sherman Allen, Lourdes Del Rio Garcia, Ryan Begay, Diane Villegas, Ibrahim Renno, Alejandro de la Peña, J.D. Marmion, Hector Dez, Thang Khan Gin, Mang Khai, Zaw Tan, Mickey Dolan, Alex Cacho, Lloyd Voights, Arturo Maese Bernal, Billy R. Sanchez, Gary Anthony Castro, Iliana Donatlán, Nick Shakoour, Sakariya Ali, Alfredo Quiroz, Fernando Urquides, Tasha Ames, Barrett James
IMDB: Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018) - IMDB

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Ratings


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IMDB Rating: 7.2

Reviews

80
The Hollywood Reporter - Todd McCarthy
Emerges as a dynamic action drama in its own right. Making sure of that is writer Taylor Sheridan, who's hatched a compelling new yarn that triggers rugged, full-bodied work from returning leading men Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin.
80
Uproxx - Mike Ryan
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is an intense, at times morally ambiguous, and gritty thriller that will leave you wanting more. And, now, Benicio del Toro finally has a franchise of his own.
80
Empire - Jimi Famurewa
Thrillingly paced, ravishingly shot and eerily topical, Sicario 2 retains much of its predecessor’s dark charm despite its shuffled creative personnel. But a jarringly Hollywood ending dulls its overall impact.
75
Entertainment Weekly - Darren Franich
Day of the Soldado is our generation’s Rambo: First Blood, Part 2, a half-mad sequel transforming a traumatized political parable into a fantasy of all-American murder gods.
72
IGN - Witney Seibold
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a darkly thrilling film with excellent performances, and its gritty, intense action is balanced by heady themes of moral decay, but overall, because of recent political developments, it feels behind the times.

Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)



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