Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Jun 29, 2018 R 2h 2m

FBI agent Matt Graver teams up with operative Alejandro Gillick to prevent Mexican drug cartels from smuggling terrorists across the U.S. border.

Overall Rating

7 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 7 # of Ratings: 9 # of Reviews: 5

Overall Rating

7 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 7 # of Ratings: 9 # of Reviews: 5

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Director: Stefano Sollima



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  • The summer of reboots and sequels continues with “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”, the follow-up to 2015s glorious “Sicario”. Both written by Taylor Sheridan, the “Sicario” movies don’t differ too much tonally, but there are certain ele... Read the full review »
  • Elite Reviewer
    This film takes a look at the ugly, exploitative business of human trafficking. "Coyotes" exploit migrant workers and treat them like animals. Even if these migrants make it across the border, they don't get treated much better here. It may be a b... Read the full review »
  • Official FilmFed Review
    It's often easy for a film that's dealing with some contentious real-world issues to shy away from them, but it becomes clear fairly early on in Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018) when a graphic suicide bombing sets off a whole new chain of events... Read the full review »
  • ScreenZealots


    4 / 10
    I wish the “Sicario” name had been dropped from “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” because maybe I would’ve enjoyed the film more. With the studio’s insistence of making an unnecessary follow-up to the fantastic, intense original film, it o... Read the full review »