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This is the second installment (after Sicario (2015)) in a proposed trilogy. See more »
Alejandro blacks out while driving the car and slowly rolls into a post beside the road. Tire tacks are seen showing previous takes including where the car backed up and turned around, presumably to do another take. See more »
Just to be clear, you wanna see this thing through, I'm gonna have to get... dirty.
Dirty is exactly why you're here.
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I have not seen the first installment of this series, but read a quick TL:DR on my way to the theatre. I'm hoping that I was able to still capture the full experience and depth of the characters that director Stefano Sollima aimed to create. As always, I am impressed with Josh Brolins performance. I feel that he hasn't had an opportunity to truly show what he is capable of beyond his CGI Thanos performance, so I will be attending each film he is in until I see it. Sicario itself is vicious, personal, and human, the latter element suiting it well. I look forward to the next film in this series.
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