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In this adventure/drama, FBI agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) enlists a mysterious operative to help investigate a Mexican drug cartel that has been smuggling terrorists into the U.S. Things escalate when the daughter of a top kingpin is abducted, forcing Graver and his partner to re-evaluate their mission.Written by
After the first ambush scene, one of the attackers is driving a pickup truck with Mexican license plates. The pickup truck is a Chevrolet Silverado with "Silverado" badges, however, in Mexico, the Chevrolet Silverado is sold as the Chevrolet Cheyenne and the ones sold there have badges that say "Cheyenne". See more »
What do you need?
Everything. Drones with attack capability... You have Blackhawks, right?
I want two of those. I need logistics, communications equipment compatible with a SOCOM JCU. First phase, I need a strike team, two snipers,I need a demolition team...
Are you going to Ukraine? I got Russians on the payroll, brother. Don't put me in that position. Where's the coup?
It's an extraction... for starters.
How much can I know?
Brother, you don't want to know.
Well, I don't need ...
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I really like the military-themed movies, especially when presented in such a mesmerizing way as this Sicario movie.
This film gives a fairly intense feeling of tension from beginning to end. The initial scene of the movie really makes us thrilled by the horror as a result of the terrorist cruelty against innocent citizens.
Josh Brolin has played a very good and stunning character for Matt Graver. We can feel the aura of terror, firmness and professionalism from Matt just by looking at body language and Josh Brolin's appearance. He really makes himself look very tough and ready to avenge the terrorist cruelty in a way that will satisfy us.
Benicio Del Toro has also given the impression of revenge that is so scary that we can feel that the retaliation will be very appropriate with the cruelty of the terrorists themselves.
The battle scenes between the military under Josh Brolin's leadership with the cartel members and with the evil Mexican police have been shown to be very realistic, cruel and frightening. Every splash of blood is seen as a cruelty on one side, but on the other hand satisfying.
In movies like Rambo or James Bond, we see that the bullets and deaths of someone, especially the evil one, seem so easy and cheap. But in movies like Sicario, the death of a human really feels like a death that gives a sense of fear.
I highly recommend you to watch this movie.
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