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.
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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.
This is the place for your comments on Avengers: Infinity War. I’m booked up to see it on Saturday. So excited. Don’t know how they will resolve the Captain America: Civil War story.
BTW I don’t see how Cap beat Iron Man in the Civil War fight, Iron Ma
This was put up on Netflix a few weeks ago and I've already watched it three times in the past week. Probably one of the most subtle and touching films I've ever seen, without being at all preachy or draining. On the surface it seems like a pretty fun and