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Sicario: Day of the Soldado

  • 2018
  • R
  • 122min
  • 7.1 / 10

After a suicide bombing in a Kansas City grocery store kills fifteen people. The US government decides to authorize CIA agent Matt Graver to do whatever it takes to stop the Mexican drug cartel. They believe it is the cartel that is smuggling terrors across the border. Graver, alongside the Department of Defense team together to decide that the best way to stop the cartel is to instigate a war between the different cartels. Graver decides to recruit the black operative Alejandro Gillick for the mission. Gillick sets the pan into action and assassinates the lawyer of Matamoros cartel in Mexican City as Graver's team kidnap the laughter of the rival kingpin, Isabel Reyes. Graver, Gillick and their team stage a DEA rescue with local police to tick Isabel into thinking she was tricked by a rivaling carte. Their plans, however, are ruined when Mexican the Mexican police escort for their trip back double cross them, attacking their vehicles. Will Graver and his team be able to escape and pull off their mission?

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The Mexican Drug War is an ongoing conflict between the Mexican Government and a variety of drug trafficking syndicates. The war has been going on since 2006 when the Mexican Military has stepped in. The aim of the Mexican Military is to reduce the amount of drug-related deaths and violence. The hopes of the Mexican government is to dismantle the cartels in order to reduce their power. They depend mostly on the US to prevent the remand and trafficking of drugs.

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Sicario: Day of the Soldado was released in 2018. This American crime drama action film was directed by the Italian filmmaker Stefano Sollima. It was written by Taylor Sheridan. The film is a sequel to the film Sicario, which was released in 2015. The cast features Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin, and Jeffrey Donovan, Isabela Moner, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, and Catherine Keener. The film was released under Sony Picture's Columbia Pictures label and distributed internationally through Lionsgate. The critics were pleased with the acting of Brolin and del Toro. The budget of the film was between $35-$45 million and box office sales reached $75.8 million worldwide.