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Medium | 'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' Review


“All warfare is based on the art of deception,” or so Chinese warlord Sun Tzu wrote over two millennia before the United States’ decades-long war on drugs. Director Stefano Sollima’s Sicario: Day of the Soldado seems just as gifted in the art of misdirection, burying its true intentions among its many twists and turns. Packed to the brim with action and a wealth of powerful performances, I left the theater not quite clear on what war Day of the Soldado is fighting, save for Hollywood’s own preoccupation with film franchising.

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WizzroSupreme1253d ago

I really loved Day of the Soldado, even though it could've done better things with its female protagonist. Man, can't wait for Sollima's Call of Duty movie!