I think he realised he it wasn't as good as he thought it was going to be, after he let out a breath. He changed his mind mid-scene imo (which was fitting with the theme of the film).
That's because he was kind-hearted after all, possibily Robin Hood tier among sicarios.
If we can overlook the rape scene earlier though
lol you're right, I had forgotten.
I must say I didn't enjoy as much his following movie - Perfect Day - as enjoyable as it was, with that promising cast they could have done a much better job.
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I haven't seen that one. I enjoy the beginning of Sicario but once it started getting past the halfway point (with the exception of this scene) it was too repetitive in terms of them trying to build up the tension. I start skipping forward.
I like my movies gritty and real. Have you seen ex machina?
I'm going to have to say I prefer entertainment above all else, even realism.
I haven't but it's my kind of film genre so I'd have it in mind.
I like a good balance. Too much gloom creates apathy, but style over substance is hit or miss. Overly fluffy movies feel like a waste of time to me, because the characters haven't really earned anything.
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I felt like that about Emily Blunt's character in this film though. I know she was basically an exposition character to act as our way into seeing that world but she basically took zero responsibility for anything. It's just "this is happening to me" then... "this is wrong" and by the end of it she doesn't get to do anything, can't do anything.
Even the drug lord's wife and family takes more responsibility for what happens than she does.
Just watched it, it was pretty epic, a great conclusion to the whole franchise and a good movie.
They killed off all my favorite guys but it doesn't really matter, and I suspect there will be some kind of magical rewind.
The post-credit scene alluded to
"You're not afraid to get dirty, you're working with plants, earth, with wires, plumbing and drainpipes and bowls. You know you do disgusting work, you're not afraid.
Hey. You're disgusting in a very positive way."
"Thanks, that's always nice to he
Someone convince me that there is any point to 3D movies or TV. I’ve seen one good use of it and that was Avatar in IMAX 3D. Other times it has been pointless or actually detracted from the enjoyment of the movie.
Anyone in here like them?