Che: Part Two (Guerrilla) (2008)
Critic Consensus: The second part of Soderbergh's biopic is a dark, hypnotic and sometimes frustrating portrait of a warrior in decline, with a terrific central performance from Del Toro.
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as Ernesto Che Guevara
as Fidel Castro
as Raul Castro
as Aleida March
as President René Barrientos
as Mario Monje
as Camillo Cienfuegos
as Capt. Vargas
as Ciro Redondo
as Rogelio Acevedo
as Celia Sanchez
as Little Cowboy
as Alejandro Ramirez
as Moises Guevara
as Ciro Algaranaz
as Regis Debray
as Lisa Howard
as Ciros Bustos
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Critic Reviews for Che: Part Two (Guerrilla)
Che Two is deeply impressive: austerely confident, coherent and mysterious.
This plodding, one-paced, dramatically inert movie is almost entirely surface description.
Saying that a film has too much insight is hardly damning.
Darker in tone and more introspective thematically, Che: Part 2 is the more interesting of the two films.
His film is brilliantly shot, capturing the chilly bareness of the landscapes through which the rebels yomp, but it's formalist and clinical to a degree that will challenge viewers eager to identify with the figures it depicts.
Audience Reviews for Che: Part Two (Guerrilla)
This well-made second chapter of Soderbergh's two-part epic, centered now on Che in the Bolivian guerrilla, is more objective than the first one and does a better job portraying the character more as a man than a hero, which helps make it a slight improvement over Part 1.
A sprawling, epic look at the life of Che Guevara through the lense of Steven Soderbergh. Del Toro is brilliant in the lead.
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