Just finished watching it and I enjoyed it very much. Can anyone tell me what happened in the interrogation scene.
Ps: remind myself to get surround sound because most people murmured through their lines.
This "Sicario is amazing" meme needs to die.
The script was utter dogshit. It looked great, the actors were admirable, solidly edited, atmospheric score. But the writing... you could tell the writer has amateur at best knowledge on the subject. It was all very hokey and sensationalist, with dialogue that wouldn't be out of place on a Law and Order episode (This is the land of wolves). And then there were the contrivances. That Jon Bernthal scene was such a mess from a writing standpoint. The motherfucker happens to have that specific wrist band linked to the drug money in a previous scene? Fuck off. And all the characters other than the three mains were just wastes. I give this movie a 6/10 based on the atmosphere, performances, and other little things, but this won't win any awards and rightly so.
But the film is just so fucking efficient. There is NO bullshitting around. No emotional shit from the pros and it's kind of realistic.
Now, I'm no expert of drugkartells in Mexico, but I'd say something like this could happened, which is why i think the script holds solid.
The biggest fault this film had is that it's so underwhelming. Unsure why, but it is. Didn't leave me with a "holy shit" feeling but a "well.. alright then".
You're more autistic than the guy asking why was Rey so smug in the last scene of TFA if you think it's possible that he raped him.
He was just intimidating and humiliating him by shoving his crotch in the guy's face.
>Unsure why, but it is. Didn't leave me with a "holy shit" feeling but a "well.. alright then".
This isn't your first Denis Villeneuve is it?