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FBI agent Matt Graver teams up with operative Alejandro Gillick to prevent Mexican drug cartels from smuggling terrorists across the U.S. border.

Director: Stefano Sollima

Release Date: 2018-06-27
Status: Released
Run time: 122 min / 2:2
Budget: $35,000,000
Revenue: $65,579,269
Production Companies : Rai Cinema, Black Label Media, Thunder Road Pictures
Production Countries: Italy, United States of America
Release Date: 2018-06-27
Status: Released
Run time: 122 min / 2:2
Budget: $35,000,000
Revenue: $65,579,269

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


Writing Taylor Sheridan Writer
Directing Stefano Sollima Director
Production Basil Iwanyk Producer
Production Erica Lee Producer
Production Thad Luckinbill Producer
Production Trent Luckinbill Producer
Production Edward McDonnell Producer
Production Emma McGill Associate Producer
Production Richard Middleton Executive Producer
Production Ellen H. Schwartz Executive Producer
Production Molly Smith Producer
Sound Hildur Guðnadóttir Music
Editing Matthew Newman Editor
Production Jo Edna Boldin Casting
Production Marisol Roncali Casting
Production Mary Vernieu Casting
Art Kevin Kavanaugh Production Design
Art Marisa Frantz Art Direction
Art Carlos Y. Jacques Art Direction
Art Meg Everist Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Deborah Lynn Scott Costume Design
Writing Taylor Sheridan Characters
Camera Dariusz Wolski Director of Photography
Costume & Make-Up Lori McCoy-Bell Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Corey Welk Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Bonnie Masoner Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up John Caglione Jr. Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Stacey Butterworth Wigmaker

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  • “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” is a mean movie. That’s sort of its thing. Much like the previous installment of this unlikely franchise, the film drapes itself in darkness so that it can focus our attention on any stray specks of light; one early shot, in which the white halo of a helicopter ...

  • Stefano Sollima's Sicario: Day of the Soldado may have been considered one of the best films of the year, had it been released in 2008. Although a sequel to an Oscar-nominated film from 2015, Day of the Soldado feels like a long-ago prequel from a previous era – albeit a recent one – of American ...

  • Sicario: Day of the Soldado (released in the UK as Sicario 2: Soldado) is a 2018 American thriller film directed by Stefano Sollima and written by Taylor Sheridan.A sequel to 2015's Sicario, the film features Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Donovan reprising their roles, with Isabela Moner, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, and Catherine Keener joining the cast.

  • Drug-war thriller 'Sicario' didn't exactly beg for a sequel, but 'Day of the Soldado' brings back Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro, turning on the violent machismo for a second chapter.

  • Denis Villeneuve’s “Sicario” is a somewhat remarkable thriller, one where all of the movie’s biggest thrills are just disturbing symptoms of a morally compromised government. It’s surprising that a film so dour and portentous would lead to a sequel, but it’s a little less surprising once ...

  • Everything is pointless — occasionally thrillingly so — in Stefano Sollima’s continuation of Denis Villeneuve’s borderland thriller.

  • Film Review: ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin are both tougher and more human(e) in this intense sequel to the 2015 Mexico-set action movie, which sets up an entirely new trajectory for the franchise.

  • At its best, “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” reminds one of the work of Michael Mann, stories of macho men so released of restrictions on their behavior that they blur the line between good and evil. At its worst, “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” reminds one of the straight-to-DVD sequels that ...

  • Our Sicario: Day of the Soldado spoiler review looks at the sequel to 2015's Sicario, and finds the new film is in dire need of some Emily Blunt.

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