Che: Part Two (Guerrilla) (2008)
Critic Consensus: The second part of Soderbergh's biopic is a dark, hypnotic and sometimes frustrating portrait of a warrior in decline, with a terrific central performance from Del Toro.
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Critic Reviews for Che: Part Two (Guerrilla)
After the exhilaration of Part One, the mood of Part Two seems somber, almost funereal, but it's integral to the story.
As a standalone film this is far less enjoyable than the first, but there is enough in here to engage and entertain for the duration.
Part Two is the more interesting film. ... Gorgeously shot in a lyrically linear style, with combat often depicted with carefully composed extreme long shots,
Soderbergh has no interest in sentimentality, or back story, or even really in Guevara's philosophy, except as a rigorously footnoted onscreen reflection. Practically rejecting outright the concept of poetic license, Che is radical as a biopic.
Audience Reviews for Che: Part Two (Guerrilla)
This well-made second chapter of Soderbergh's two-part epic, centered now on Che in the Bolivian guerrilla, is more objective than the first one and does a better job to portray the character more as a man than a hero, which helps make it a slight improvement over Part 1.
A sprawling, epic look at the life of Che Guevara through the lense of Steven Soderbergh. Del Toro is brilliant in the lead.
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