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SICARIO trailer 2015 - starring Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Jon Bernthal

At the border between the United States and Mexico, idealistic FBI agent Kate Macy (Emily Blunt) is enlisted by a government official to aid in a joint task force tracking down an anonymous drug lord.

In Theaters Everywhere October 2, 2015

Movies

Más que tripas, corazón

Hace exactamente un año comencé mi primer blog nominativo. Hasta la fecha existían mujer del mundo, mentxu4ever, y un largo etcétera porque la que escribe como pueden intuir, adora las letras y tenía unos cuantos blogs clasificados por temáticas. 679 more words

2015

FIRST LOOK! "Sicario" - Emily Blunt - Josh Brolin - Benicio Del Toro

WARNING! TRAILER MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

In Mexico, Sicario means hit-man.

In the lawless border area stretching between the U.S. and Mexico, an idealistic FBI agent is enlisted by an elite government task force official to aid in the escalating war against drugs. 101 more words

Shows

South Of The Border On Edge With 'Sicario'

A brand new trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario has just landed, and it promises a very intimidating and intense new film where there are no limits to the carnage. 74 more words

Stop!

LICENCE TO KILL (1989)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 13 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Action Violence and Drug Content

Directed by: John Glen

Written by: Michael G. 882 more words

Action

TIFF 15 preview: 'Sicario' is a good but not great thriller

There’s a lot of skill and talent on display in Denis Villeneuve’s “Sicario,” which makes it a thoroughly enjoyable if entirely forgettable heart-pounding studio thriller. Emily Blunt stars as Kate, an FBI agent working in a kidnap recovery team who finds herself recruited for a special unit to track down and kill drug lords using unconventional methods. 158 more words

Film Reviews

These Are the Tolkien Movies we Deserve

With the Hobbit movies wrapped up, where will the Tolkien franchise turn next? One valiant TMS editor explains why The Silmarillion contains an entire franchise within its pages. 4,238 more words

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