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Movie Review: 'Sicario' - Dark, Shocking, and completely Unrelenting!

It’s been a while since I’ve seen this film and I wanted a little more time to process this. Anything with corruption of officers or drug trafficking for some reason is a lot for me to take in, and compile several dead bodies and shocking twists makes this film both exciting, disturbing, and incredibly dense with its material. 681 more words


Film, In Review: Sicario

Suspend your disbelief and run blind into the dark knowing that death may be waiting for you on the other side. Know that not everyone will play by the rules, know that you will, without a doubt, be changed; know that giving up isn’t always a bad option. 518 more words



Director: Denis Villeneuve; Main Cast: Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro;

Kate (Blunt) is a FBI agent used to kick down doors and catch bad guys for the good of all American people. 332 more words

Seen At The Cinema

Benicio Del Toro Talks 'Sicario': "You Feel That Everything Has Changed" - AwardsLine

Benicio Del Toro made his first film appearance as Duke, The Dog Faced Boy, in 1988’s Big Top Pee Wee. That gig might not have suggested what was to come in the next quarter century; Del Toro continually has surprised and thrilled audiences with an acting talent second to none. 967 more words


'Sicario' Movie Release Dates!


Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin Star in the Critically Acclaimed Action Thriller Arriving on Digital HD December 22… 382 more words


Sicario: Impressions

Well, I ain’t felt this way in a long time about a film, but it can’t be all feel good every time. Let’s look at the newly released Sicario. 933 more words


Sicario (2015) - 4.5/5

Sicario achieves the reality of drug wars that is often traded for the Hollywood effect; a reality where there are no losses or winnings, only trade-offs, and no heroes or villains, only victims. 228 more words