Che: Part Two
Drama • NR • 2008 • 2 hr 15 min
Benicia Del Toro’s acting drives this film, and sometimes pushes the viewer to have sympathy for his character.
The plot weakens comparing it to the first part, but it still works better than most biopics.
Any movie that glorifies this dorm room poster hero should be avoided. He was a socialist who helped Castro's terror regime come into power
Interested In South American revolution and be coni del toro look no further.
The part one is far better than this one
Not for everyone. Anyone interested in the mystique of che should watch this and part one. Benicio gives one of his best performances
Not captivating as the first installment but quite interesting
Benicio Del Toro proves yet again that he is one of the finest actors working today, the pacing wasn’t as smooth as pt. 1, good regardless
I didnt learn much any new history facts, but it was enjoyable
Watchable, the first instalment was better.
The Argentine, begins as Che and a band of Cuban exiles (led by Fidel Castro) reach the Cuban shore from Mexico in 1956. Within two years, they mobilized popular support and an army and toppled the U.S.-friendly regime of dictator Fulgencio Batista.
After the Cuban Revolution, Che is at the height of his fame and power. Then he disappears, re-emerging incognito in Bolivia, where he organizes a small group of Cuban comrades and Bolivian recruits to start the great Latin American Revolution. Through this story, we come to understand how Che remains a symbol of idealism and heroism that lives in the hearts of people around the world.