Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)
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Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018)


Genre
:
Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller
Rating
:
6.6 / 10
Release Date
:
27 June 2018
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 3 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English, Español
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Agent Matt Graver teams up with operative Alejandro Gillick to prevent Mexican drug cartels from smuggling terrorists across the United States border.

Cast Overview :

Alejandro Gillick
by: Benicio del Toro
Matt Graver
by: Josh Brolin
Isabel Reyes
by: Isabela Moner
Steve Forsing
by: Jeffrey Donovan
Cynthia Foards
by: Catherine Keener
Gallo
by: Manuel Garcia-Rulfo
James Riley
by: Matthew Modine
Andy Wheeldon
by: Shea Whigham
Miguel Hernandez
by: Elias Garza
Troy
by: Howard Ferguson Jr.
Hector
by: David Castaneda
Blandina
by: Jacqueline Torres
Rafael
by: Raoul Max Trujillo
Angel
by: Bruno Bichir
Shawn
by: Jake Picking
José
by: Tenzin Marco-Taylor
Bashiir
by: Faysal Ahmed
Col. Kenneth Walter
by: Dan Davidson
Dale Hammonds
by: Graham Beckel
Gen. Arno McCullough
by: Sherman Allen
Miranda
by: Lourdes Del Rio Garcia
Headmaster Deats
by: Christopher Heyerdahl
Carson Wills
by: Ian Bohen
Alberto
by: J.D. Garfield
Javier
by: Ryan Begay
Ida
by: Diane Villegas
Sakher
by: Ibrahim Renno
Balding Man
by: Alejandro de la Peña
Blackhawk Pilot #1
by: Brian Reynolds
Blackhawk Pilot #2
by: Frédéric North
Border Agent #1
by: Joseph A. Garcia
Border Agent #2
by: J.D. Marmion
Border Agent #3
by: Hector Dez
Border Agent #4
by: Jon Kristian Moore
Burmese Migrant #1
by: Thang Khan Gin
Burmese Migrant #2
by: Mang Khai
Burmese Migrant #3
by: Zaw Tan
Bus Stop Teen
by: Mickey Dolan
Costco Terrorist #2
by: Alex Cacho
49ers Man
by: Rick Vargas
Gulfstream Pilot
by: Lloyd Voights
K-9 Agent
by: Rob Franco
Mexican Border Guard
by: Oscar Avila
Mexican Lookout #1
by: Arturo Maese Bernal
Mexican Migrant #1
by: Billy R. Sanchez
Mexican Migrant #2
by: Gary Anthony Castro
Mexican News Reporter
by: Iliana Donatlán
Mother Victim
by: Beth Bailey
Naval Intelligence Officer
by: Stafford Douglas
Rocking Man
by: Nick Shakoour
Somali Militiaman
by: Sakariya Ali
Teenage Soldier
by: Alfredo Quiroz
Tattooed Gangster
by: Fernando Urquides
Young Blonde Woman
by: Tasha Ames
Arturo Hernandez (uncredited)
by: David Manzanares
Black Hawk Contractor (uncredited)
by: Connor Skific
Commander Willett (uncredited)
by: Jackamoe Buzzell
DEA Agent (uncredited)
by: Christian Pedersen
DEA Agent Ed Ramirez (uncredited)
by: Ryan Jason Cook
James (uncredited)
by: James Devoti
K-9 Agent (uncredited)
by: Chris Adams
Middle School Teacher (uncredited)
by: Catherine Haun
Migrant (uncredited)
by: Gregory Paul Valdez
Military Contractor (uncredited)
by: Barrett James
Military Contractor (uncredited)
by: Gonzalo Robles
Parent (uncredited)
by: Cassandra Rochelle Fetters
Sgt. Perezchaves (uncredited)
by: Michael Love Toliver

Member Reviews :

Of the two _Sicario_ films, the first is most certainly the better, though, in my opinion, not at all by the margin that I have seen many others imply. These are both great movies, not great in an identical way (even if their formula **is** identical) but both great. I don't know that _Sicario_ **had** to be a film series as opposed to just the one movie, but the best experience I've had at the cinema for the past couple of months was with _Day of the Soldado_, so I'm glad it became one. _Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._
  Gimly