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@vmforming

vmforming
@jasondemo with a killer setup!

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@jasondemo with a killer setup!

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"so, you want to be a sicario?" patch: @gladiator_six
mag tacos: @highspeedgear
plate carrier: @shellbacktactical
quick release: @blazedefensesystems
tq holster: @vmforming
tq: @northamericanrescue
gloves: @oakleystandardissue
#sicario #patch #platecarrier #molle #tacos #rangergreen #shooter #gear #loadout #vmforming #tourniquetcarrier

@cineville.nl

cineville.nl
Een nieuwe woensdag, een nieuw kortje van @theoneminutes_. Deze week reizen we af naar de schizofrene situatie op de grens tussen Mexico en de VS met regisseur Aernout Mik. In zijn short Osmosis (2012) veranderen de heuvels bij Tijuana langzaam maar zeker in een autokerkhof. In Cineville kan je nu ook die grens bewandelen, in deel 2 van Sicario: Day of the Soldado 🚗🚗🚗⠀
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The One Minutes vraagt kunstenaars en filmmakers om hun fantasie los te laten op films van 1 minuut. Inmiddels beslaat hun collectie meer dan 10.000 films van 60 seconden. Dit najaar wordt de hele collectie ter ere van hun 20 jarig bestaan openbaar gemaakt via @beeldgeluid, maar Cinevillers mogen alvast even voorproeven. ⠀
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#cineville #theoneminutes #osmosis #aernoutmik #sicario #sicariodayofthesoldado
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Een nieuwe woensdag, een nieuw kortje van @theoneminutes_. deze week reizen we af naar de schizofrene situatie op de grens tussen mexico en de vs met regisseur aernout mik. in zijn short osmosis (2012) veranderen de heuvels bij tijuana langzaam maar zeker in een autokerkhof. in cineville kan je nu ook die grens bewandelen, in deel 2 van sicario: day of the soldado 🚗🚗🚗⠀

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the one minutes vraagt kunstenaars en filmmakers om hun fantasie los te laten op films van 1 minuut. inmiddels beslaat hun collectie meer dan 10.000 films van 60 seconden. dit najaar wordt de hele collectie ter ere van hun 20 jarig bestaan openbaar gemaakt via @beeldgeluid, maar cinevillers mogen alvast even voorproeven. ⠀

#cineville #theoneminutes #osmosis #aernoutmik #sicario #sicariodayofthesoldado

@kingofthejungle

kingofthejungle
SNAP-REVIEW - Sicario: Day of the Soldado

As far as unnecessary sequels go, this one's not bad. It doesn't meet the peaks of its predecessor, but with a solid screenplay from Sheridan and badass performances from Brolin and Benicio, it gets some mileage and a semblance of a justification for existing.

This thing really comes together in its third act; up until then I didn't really have any feelings about the film. Soldado has a lot of pieces it wants to get into place to reach a particular point in the story, and the convoluted and inefficient plan the characters implement to achieve their goal could be more streamlined for the plot to go where Sheridan clearly wants it to a lot sooner. The film cuts away at the point in the story that I was most excited to see play out, and Sheridan really could have taken the story there if he had trimmed the first two acts down a lot more.

Once it does get all of its pieces in place things move forward at a very good pace, and director Stefano Sollima manages to hone the tension that Denis Villeneuve filled the first film with. DP Dariusz Wolski manages to hone the tone, palette, framing and movement of Roger Deakins' outstanding cinematography, bringing visual consistency between the two films as well as getting in his fair share of brilliant shots. Sheridan as always delivers excellent dialogue. Benicio del Toro's Alejandro is an absolute beast and it's great to watch a master like del Toro do his thing. 
The thing that really sells Soldado is its atmosphere, capturing the desolation of the landscape. Though again, this atmosphere really only envelops the film in its latter half.

Like I said, Soldado's final 30 minutes is fantastic, it's just a shame that the film only gets to this stage in its third act. ⋆⋆⋆
1 12 1 hour ago
Snap-review - sicario: day of the soldado

as far as unnecessary sequels go, this one's not bad. it doesn't meet the peaks of its predecessor, but with a solid screenplay from sheridan and badass performances from brolin and benicio, it gets some mileage and a semblance of a justification for existing.

this thing really comes together in its third act; up until then i didn't really have any feelings about the film. soldado has a lot of pieces it wants to get into place to reach a particular point in the story, and the convoluted and inefficient plan the characters implement to achieve their goal could be more streamlined for the plot to go where sheridan clearly wants it to a lot sooner. the film cuts away at the point in the story that i was most excited to see play out, and sheridan really could have taken the story there if he had trimmed the first two acts down a lot more.

once it does get all of its pieces in place things move forward at a very good pace, and director stefano sollima manages to hone the tension that denis villeneuve filled the first film with. dp dariusz wolski manages to hone the tone, palette, framing and movement of roger deakins' outstanding cinematography, bringing visual consistency between the two films as well as getting in his fair share of brilliant shots. sheridan as always delivers excellent dialogue. benicio del toro's alejandro is an absolute beast and it's great to watch a master like del toro do his thing.
the thing that really sells soldado is its atmosphere, capturing the desolation of the landscape. though again, this atmosphere really only envelops the film in its latter half.

like i said, soldado's final 30 minutes is fantastic, it's just a shame that the film only gets to this stage in its third act. ⋆⋆⋆

@jcmovietalk

jcmovietalk
Denis Villenueve is the master of the modern thriller, having genuinely created some of the best movies of the last decade. It is unusual for a Director to create 3 or 4 movies back to back that are so close to spot on. All his movies start with a compelling story that can hold its own, before fleshing it out with performances and effects, all the Hollywood magic. Blade Runner 2049 is one of my all time favourite movies (along with the original) and the craft behind it is what made it such a pleasure to behold. I can’t wait to see what comes next from Villeneuve’s portfolio, but I’d quite like to see him take on a Star Wars Movie
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#moviebuff #movies #movieblog #moviestar #director #bestdirector #denisvilleneuve #thriller #master #arrival #bladerunner #bladerunner2049 #scifi #prisoners #sicario #cinema #cinephile #cinephilecommunity #hughjackman #jakegyllenhaal #emilyblunt #joshbrolin #ryangosling #amyadams
4 25 2 hours ago
Denis villenueve is the master of the modern thriller, having genuinely created some of the best movies of the last decade. it is unusual for a director to create 3 or 4 movies back to back that are so close to spot on. all his movies start with a compelling story that can hold its own, before fleshing it out with performances and effects, all the hollywood magic. blade runner 2049 is one of my all time favourite movies (along with the original) and the craft behind it is what made it such a pleasure to behold. i can’t wait to see what comes next from villeneuve’s portfolio, but i’d quite like to see him take on a star wars movie



what’s your take on denis villenueve? comment below!



#moviebuff #movies #movieblog #moviestar #director #bestdirector #denisvilleneuve #thriller #master #arrival #bladerunner #bladerunner2049 #scifi #prisoners #sicario #cinema #cinephile #cinephilecommunity #hughjackman #jakegyllenhaal #emilyblunt #joshbrolin #ryangosling #amyadams

@freakinded

freakinded
Next time you stop to smell the roses, get some nachos and watch a sick ass Benicio Del Toro movie too: one of the most intense movies ever. Blew the first one away. 
#sicario #movietuesday  #nachos  #alpastor  #letfreedomring #hitman
1 5 3 hours ago
Next time you stop to smell the roses, get some nachos and watch a sick a*s benicio del toro movie too: one of the most intense movies ever. blew the first one away.
#sicario #movietuesday #nachos #alpastor #letfreedomring #hitman

@keepart.inc

keepart.inc
Sicario : Day of the Soldado (2018)

Kok jadi gini sih filmnya? :( Sukses film pertamanya bikin kami antusias buat nonton kelajutannya, walaupun di film pertama gak ada tanda-tanda bakal dilanjutin sih. Mungkin itu penyebabnya, sedikit maksa dan di-stretch ceritanya. 10-15 menit pertama bener-bener bikin perasaan melambung tinggi, tapi setelah itu pelan-pelan menukik sampe akhirnya gak ada yang wah lagi tersisa dari film ini. sebelum masuk ending kami masih
2 68 4 hours ago
Sicario : day of the soldado (2018)

kok jadi gini sih filmnya? :( sukses film pertamanya bikin kami antusias buat nonton kelajutannya, walaupun di film pertama gak ada tanda-tanda bakal dilanjutin sih. mungkin itu penyebabnya, sedikit maksa dan di-stretch ceritanya. 10-15 menit pertama bener-bener bikin perasaan melambung tinggi, tapi setelah itu pelan-pelan menukik sampe akhirnya gak ada yang wah lagi tersisa dari film ini. sebelum masuk ending kami masih "berharap" bakal ada sesuatu yang bisa menyelamatkan, tapi ya sudahlah, brolin dan del toro gak bisa berbuat apa-apa lagi.

kprt! rating : 6/10

#movies #review #moviereview #scenes #bestmovie #filmquotes #film #boxoffice #sicario

@justagirl524

justagirl524
Midweek Date Night 💗

#sicario 😃
#beniciodeltoro 💗💙💚💛💜🖤
#withmylove 💝
#datenight 💋
1 4 4 hours ago
Midweek date night 💗

#sicario 😃
#beniciodeltoro 💗💙💚💛💜🖤
#withmylove 💝
#datenight 💋

@deaniedrago

deaniedrago
Single
3 114 2 days ago
Single "medellin" coming soon !

@jayyynova

jayyynova
We ♥️ Moscow Mules #Sicario ✨
2 29 6 hours ago
We ♥️ moscow mules #sicario

@mikoswabe

mikoswabe
Sicario's Alejandro 1:12th scale figure.

Includes: 
Alejandro Figure
Close-fisted hands 1pair
Left open hand 1x
Right trigger hand 1x
Handgun
Handgun Suppressor ( magnetized ) 2x
Rifle with Sling
Removable Knife
Customized Packaging

#Sicario #Alejandro #beneciodeltoro #onetwelthscale #onetwelve #customactionfigures #customfigures #custom
8 104 6 hours ago
Sicario's alejandro 1:12th scale figure.

includes:
alejandro figure
close-fisted hands 1pair
left open hand 1x
right trigger hand 1x
handgun
handgun suppressor ( magnetized ) 2x
rifle with sling
removable knife
customized packaging

#sicario #alejandro #beneciodeltoro #onetwelthscale #onetwelve #customactionfigures #customfigures #custom

@cinenick92

cinenick92
Last night, I finally went to see the epic sequel to Denis Villeneuve's suspenseful drama and that is: SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLADO (2018), directed by Stefano Sollima. 
Reprising their roles from the previous film, Oscar winner Benicio del Toro and nominee Josh Brolin once again continue their fight on the US-Mexican border against the Mexican Cartel. Only this time, the fight gets even more intense as the Cartel continues to grow it's advances to which del Toro's and Brolin's characters must decide whether it's a war they can win or if drastic measures should be taken in order to be one step ahead of the Cartel.

First, let me just say that I personally found SOLADO to be pretty darn awesome and phenomenal. Everything about it, from the stunning cinematography to the intense action sequences, proved to be quite an epical and stunning progression of the Sicario story. However, as much as I enjoyed this new chapter to the SICARIO world, I gotta say, I enjoyed the first film a lot better. Without spoiling too much why, SOLADO just had too many sub plots that were left unanswered in the film. It felt more like an action film more than a drama which the first film itself was built solely on. Denis Villeneuve's SICARIO is an even richer experience for it offered a lot more artistry, even more hysteria and complicated emotions that didn't need a whole lot of explanation like SOLADO needed in the film. 
Nevertheless, SOLADO was truly a mindblowing thriller that should be watched despite my claims!

#beniciodeltoro
#joshbrolin #isabelamoner #sicario #denisvilleneuve #bladerunner2049 #prisoners2013 #sicariodayofthesoldado #usmexicoborder #illegalimmigrants #immigration #mexicancartel #oscars #academyawards #Director #Cinema #filmmaker #Film #cinematography #foreigncinema #worldcinema #art
2 27 6 hours ago
Last night, i finally went to see the epic sequel to denis villeneuve's suspenseful drama and that is: sicario: day of the solado (2018), directed by stefano sollima.
reprising their roles from the previous film, oscar winner benicio del toro and nominee josh brolin once again continue their fight on the us-mexican border against the mexican cartel. only this time, the fight gets even more intense as the cartel continues to grow it's advances to which del toro's and brolin's characters must decide whether it's a war they can win or if drastic measures should be taken in order to be one step ahead of the cartel.

first, let me just say that i personally found solado to be pretty darn awesome and phenomenal. everything about it, from the stunning cinematography to the intense action sequences, proved to be quite an epical and stunning progression of the sicario story. however, as much as i enjoyed this new chapter to the sicario world, i gotta say, i enjoyed the first film a lot better. without spoiling too much why, solado just had too many sub plots that were left unanswered in the film. it felt more like an action film more than a drama which the first film itself was built solely on. denis villeneuve's sicario is an even richer experience for it offered a lot more artistry, even more hysteria and complicated emotions that didn't need a whole lot of explanation like solado needed in the film.
nevertheless, solado was truly a mindblowing thriller that should be watched despite my claims!

#beniciodeltoro #joshbrolin #isabelamoner #sicario #denisvilleneuve #bladerunner2049 #prisoners2013 #sicariodayofthesoldado #usmexicoborder #illegalimmigrants #immigration #mexicancartel #oscars #academyawards #director #cinema #filmmaker #film #cinematography #foreigncinema #worldcinema #art

@chufigueroa

chufigueroa
#sicario #palomitas🍿
0 3 7 hours ago
#sicario #palomitas🍿