Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Movie Review

Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Movie Review


Chris Stuckmann reviews Sicario: Day of the Soldado, starring Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin, Isabela Moner, Jeffrey Donovan, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Catherine Keener. Directed by Stefano Sollima.



portland 182 says:

Sicario was edited by Joe Walker, not by Deakins and Villeneuve


This guy benecio's character murdered innocent kids in previous one and in this one he is protecting young girl of drug lord, totally out of character..

Nayra Hession says:

Please review The Human Centipede: First Sequence

JaydoDre says:

Ugh…here's fingers crossed that it's not a blatant cash grab like the trailer made it look…and it's title makes it look. Will go see it some time.

The 80's Wolf says:

I think it was alright. There are many scenes that only seems there to fill out the lenght of it. I dont think Del Toros character stole scenes like he did in the first.

Naruto hinata says:

Thanos and the collector together
Seems like thanos didn't kill him 🤤

Blaine Brooks says:

Great f*ckin review Chris, brought up some very good points and I'm very glad that the film has the balls, tackling these points of view. I am definitely going to see it this weekend.

P.S. love your reviews, keep up the great work.

redstrat1234 says:

Emily Blunt's character was crucial in the first movie which was exceptional, but this is more traditional 'guys and guns' fare wrapped up in a moral ambiguity overcoat to make it seem better/deeper than it actually is.

echosixnoble says:

So no SJW bullshit? I’m gonna go watch it.

Miquel Graanoogst says:

I heard too many spoilers already. Im out

Ben Wieneke says:

I am SO happy that the trailers were just appealing to the masses with the "popcorn entertainment" angle. Can't wait to see this!

Ben Wieneke says:

I've never clicked so fast

NealSadhaka says:

We havent had an F in a while. Gotti could be a conteder but i dont know if youre gonna see that film

kenchun24 says:

So I thought Sicario 2 was gonna be just a by the books action movie sequel following the partnership of Alejandro & Graver characters…totally surprised (in a good way) what this movie did and what this story has turned into. Sheridan's script gets a little convoluted, but the constant dread, and the brutal intensity of this world sucked me in again just like the first film.

I'm ready for the third "Sicario 3:Ronin" already!

Andy Murray says:

I feel like this film could have been much better streamlined if it wasn’t too busy trying to, what really felt like, to set up a sequel in an ending that was a heavily handily reminiscent of The Godfather. While I understand the intent was to parallel two juxtaposing plots of children caught up in the cartels, I can’t shake the feeling that the film would have benefited greatly without cutting to the young boy; when it does, it puts the film on hold for 5 minutes while we watch him get sucked into this lifestyle without really getting to know much more about him.

Apocalypse 47 says:


Matt says:

Nobody has the "balls" or intelligence to "explore gray areas" any more, sadly.

Roos Rommens says:

Do you think you'll be seeing and reviewing the Dutch movie, Redbad?

Sam Tinkley says:

Hey chris r u ever going review the godfather trilogy. They r some of the best movies ever made and your missing out if u havent seen them. Plz do a review soon of them.

Jeff Johnson says:

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Cmhandy03 says:

Purge series for the next movie coming out

André Tavares says:

Loved the movie

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