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Rated R · 122 minutes · 2018

Action, Crime drama, Thriller
There's almost too much going on in writer Taylor Sheridan and director Stefano Sollima’s tough, topical sequel to the 2015 Mexican border drug war action hit. Political outrage (the U.S. essentially invades Mexico), the subplot of a drug king’s kidnapped daughter (nicely played by actor Isabela Moner), and the back-and-forth between hit man Benicio Del Toro and U.S. security op Josh Brolin all vie for center stage. It could easily have gone out as a TV miniseries. As it is, the franchise is all about Del Toro’s disenchanted mercenary Alejandro and his growing distrust of the war hawks in Washington and their invaders on the ground. This series could grow legs in more ways than one. Costarring Catherine Keener, Matthew Modine, and Elijah Rodriguez. (122 min., 2018, rated R)


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Official Site: www.sonypictures.com/movies/sicariodayofthesoldado
Director: Stefano Sollima
Producer: Basil Iwanyk, Edward McDonnell, Molly Smith, Thad Luckinbill, Trent Luckinbill, Ellen Schwartz, Richard Middleton and Erica Lee
Cast: Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin, Isabela Moner, Jeffrey Donovan, Catherine Keener, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Matthew Modine, Shea Whigham, Elijah Rodriguez, Howard Ferguson Jr., David Castañeda, Jacqueline Torres, Raoul Trujillo, Bruno Bichir, Jake Picking, Tenzin Marco-Taylor, Alfredo Quiroz and Nick Shakoour

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