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Everything is temporary: People, scenery, emotions, and thoughts. Don’t become too attached. Flow with it.

 

Sicario Capos

Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario starring Emily Blunt and Josh Brolin has a third sequel on its way. It may be available for your viewing pleasure by Christmas.

Denis Villeneuve’s hit drama Sicario has spawned two sequels – one yet to be released. The O.G. film from 2015 follows an idealistic FBI agent (the sharply appealing Emily Blunt) enlisted by a government task force to aid in the escalating war against drugs at the border between the U.S. and Mexico. The film’s hard-hitting 2018 sequel, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, continues to follow the drug war on the border, which has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the U.S. border. Federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) re-teams with the secretive Alejandro (Benicio del Toro) to fight the war.

The first film enjoyed both favorable reviews and success at the box office while landing three Academy Award nominations. The second installment was generally less favored among critics, though it certainly wasn’t a commercial flop. The third project, which would complete what producers have called an “anthology trilogy,” is still a go.

The story will likely pick up from the Sicario 2 ending, which saw Alejandro (del Toro) survive a gunshot by young gang member Miguel (played by Elijah Rodriguez), who was forced to shoot him. The final scene takes place a year later, where the recovered Alejandro seemingly recruits Miguel, setting up a potential apprentice relationship in the next movie.

A sequel would also have to deal with the career impact facing Matt (Brolin) as a rare display of emotion caused him to disobey the strict orders of his superiors in Sicario 2. The title Sicario: Capos, roughly translated in English as “bosses,” could mean Matt and Alejandro will face the toughest drug kingpins they’ve dealt with yet.

 

Bisley Grips

In order to be tempted by this particular retro fashion, the pistol grips need to be ivory (ok if it’s ivory from an animal who died of natural causes). I realize that sounds bad in this modern world, but there is something about the look and feel of actual ivory instead of molded plastic, the color of ivory.

 

Bullet Points:

* One vote, one day, in person, on paper, no voting machines, with ID.

* So let me get this straight. FJB can secretly fly tens of thousands of illegal aliens all over the country in the dead of night, but Gov. DeSantis can’t fly fifty up to party with Barack?

* Not one of Giz Maxwell’s client’s homes was raided by the FBI. Yet they went after a pillow salesman because he supports President Trump. It’s where we are as a nation.

* With the advent of the new Disney film, The Little Black Mermaid, this is offered:

 

 

Mexico

 

 

Florida Attitude

16 COMMENTS

  1. “Every Thing is Temporary” Indeed.

    Never been a fan of Bisely grips but I do like ivory, it just feels warmer and more organic somehow.

    Totally agree with the one vote, in person, on paper, and with ID. Everything else is more convenient and as we have seen, much more subject to fraud.

  2. Sicario 3: good news at last.

    I bought a mutt Bisley a couple-three years ago that almost certainly started life as a SAA. Whatever, I like the shape of Bisley grips, a lot, but never cared for bird’s eye’s.

  3. “FJB can secretly fly tens of thousands of illegal aliens”

    Is that line is temporary, as it should now read “Presidente Biden can fly thousands of America loving future Democrats to any flyover city he chooses. Where the locals will have to take care of them, and their children.”

  4. One vote, one day. Absolutely. Election Day not season.

    Any thoughts on the rekindled Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan battles? They are maybe looking for the addle-brained cadaver to send them some of those billions for laundry services?

  5. It’s not “The Little Mermaid” to me unless the prince leaves her for some royal tart from the next town over and she dies of a broken heart, deservedly so for the class-jumping trollop.

    Please tell me exactly how a Danish mermaid from the 1800’s is supposed to be ‘African-Danish’ fish person? Seriously.

    When are they shooting the new ‘Zulu Dawn’ where a force of mostly naked white folk take down the great Afro-British army?

    • “In recent decades The Little Mermaid has become a popular target for defacement by vandals and political activists.”

      Because the Lefty Lunatics have no real argument other than resorting to destruction of [pick anything normal and decent].

      The Danes wanted heads to roll every time someone defaced the statue…which is small when you see it, but larger than life for what she represents: Danish heritage and tradition. Don’t screw with Danish stuff.

      Disney will die off in the next decade, if that long.

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