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Isabela Moner had to chop her long hair into a short pixie hairstyle for this film. The video of the haircut is on her YouTube channel. She donated the hair to charity. See more »
On a scene set in Colombia, the character played by Benicio del Toro walks across a public telephone which shows a small poster for the "Palacio de las Bellas Artes", a well-known building in the heart of Mexico City. See more »
You want to be a sicario... let's talk about your future...
[closes the door]
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There's a dedication part-way though the end credits: "In loving memory of Jóhann Jóhannsson" See more »
This is one of those action movies that it only job is to give you as real as possible experience with its beautiful cinematography. It doesn't feel as real as ''Children of Men'' and it probably won't get a Oscar but it serves its job. The movie may not be as masterful as Villeneuve's original, but it achieves to keep you on the screen. There are really good heart-pumping scenes that beautifully blended with the score in its convoluted plot. Just like in the first movie, the story gets darker and darker. It reflects real-life situations, that's why it's so dreary and compelling. All the events is a buildup to our main story. It all ties together perfectly in the end. And even though key cast member Emily Blunt no longer here, the movie stands alone as a powerful modern-day Western, thanks to the Josh Brolin, Benicio del Toro, and Taylor Sheridan who also penned the screenplay of the first movie.
I'll definitely watch this again.
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