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Sooo, Sicario is at least a trilogy, basing it on the ending of this one. Solid performance from Benicio (who looks a whole lot like a Latino Brad Pitt) and Josh.
I somehow was not paying attention when I watched this a few years back thus was not able to appreciate it fully. True to the Scorcese brand of organized crime film, this has a dense number of kills per minute and will have you at the edge of your seats 'til the end.
Formulaic. Same story, different retelling. I was just in it for the visuals.
Thirty years after its release in theaters and, coincidentally, exactly 20 years after it was released on disc, I was finally able to watch this. I didn't hold back crying buckets. It is difficult enough to suffer as a consequence of war, but to see your loved ones dying and die is definitely one of the worst feelings. In a time when war and armageddon is just an unwise decision away, this serves as a reminder why we should value life.
This is further testament that audience rating is better than the critics'. The character development was not present at all! And it was not at all scary.