Sicario: Day of the Soldado Movie Review
When the US government decides to treat the Cartels that run the Mexican underworld as domestic terrorists, they hatch a plan to create chaos by starting a war between rivals overlords. In steps Alejandro and Matt as the government bad asses to get the job done.
A usual with these things, not all goes according to plan and as the problems escalate, the film loses a bit of focus. There is a kidnapping and then a moment of morality that changes the outcome for ...
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In SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO, the series begins a new chapter. In the drug war, there are no rules – and when the US government begins to suspect that cartels have started trafficking terrorists across the US border, federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) calls on the mysterious Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro), whose family was murdered by a cartel kingpin, to escalate the war in nefarious ways. Alejandro kidnaps the kingpin’s daughter to inflame the conflict – but when the girl is ...
Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life
On the surface of it, Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life looks like a stock tweenager movie in the mould of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid. But there are layers to this film that you don't expect. Aside from the obvious Wimpy Kid influence, it also draws ideas and themes from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Shark Boy And Lava Girl, Pump Up The Volume, Dead Poet's Society and another film I shan't mention as to do so would spoil a major twist.
Equally, the performances in ...