Adamantium Bullet
17Jul/18

Review: SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO / SUPERFLY

FBI agent Matt Graver calls on mysterious operative Alejandro Gillick when Mexican drug cartels start to smuggle terrorists across the U.S. border. The war escalates even further when Alejandro kidnaps a top kingpin's daughter to deliberately increase the tensions. When the young girl is seen as collateral damage, the two men will determine her fate as they question everything that they are fighting for.

Denis Villeneuve could not return to direct SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO due to scheduling conflicts with ARRIVAL (2016) and BLADE RUNNER 2049 (2017). (IMDB)

J Bryant

AngieBee

Cocaine kingpin Youngblood Priest realizes that it's time to get out of the game after surviving a violent attack from a crazed rival. Hoping for one last score, Priest and his partner go outside their normal distribution channels and travel to Mexico to arrange a deal. The career criminal now finds himself trying to outmaneuver the cartel, a rival gang wanting to take over his territory, two corrupt police officers, and all the double-crossers that threaten his path to freedom.

The original soundtrack for SUPERFLY was produced by Future. (IMDB)

J Bryant

AngieBee

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