Read the Unlimited reactions to the advance screening of Sicario 2: Soldado

Thriller sequel Sicario 2: Soldado screened in advance last night for Unlimited audiences, and the reactions are in. Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro are back in this continuation of Denis Villeneuve's acclaimed 2015 thriller, one that escalates the violence between US government officials and the Mexican drug cartels.

We'll start with this from Duncan Samways who praises the movie's atmosphere of realism.

Elle Webster says she loved the performances and was engrossed by the movie's relentless atmosphere of impending danger.

Simon Bowers says the sequel lives up to its lauded predecessor.

However, James says the story wasn't as strong, although he's among the many complimenting Brolin and Del Toro's compelling turns.

Phil Roberts says the film is an excellent continuation of this violent, moody saga, and that the next part can't come soon enough.

Brooker believes the dark heart of the film belongs to the tormented Alejandro, once more brought to life by a terrific Del Toro.

That said, Robin Punter thought the story could have done with more clarity.

We'll end with this rave response from Max Balfour who is already gearing up for the next chapter in the Sicario storyline.

Thanks everyone for your responses. Anyone else who was at last night's screening, tweet us your reactions @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited.

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