John "Breacher" Wharton (Arnold Schwarzenegger) leads an elite DEA task force. Its latest mission is a high-stakes raid on a safe house owned by one of the world's deadliest drug cartels. Wharton and his team (Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello) complete the mission successfully but secretly steal $10 million for themselves. They think their work is done -- until, one-by-one, the commandos are mysteriously killed. As the body count rises, everyone becomes a suspect.
Release Date: March 28, 2014
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If theaters really wanted to get into the spirit of "Sabotage," they’d substitute the popcorn, coke and nachos with tomato juice, raw hamburger and spaghetti. That would round out the experience.
In case you’re not catching my drift, this is a terrible film. I could talk about performances, special effects, settings (which, by the way, often include strip clubs) and plot, but why waste our time?
“Sabotage” is a total turkey and bad cinema. It's rated R for just about anything you can think of... See Full Review
There’s a lot of uninspired, mind-numbing, standard-issue bang bang with ludicrous turns — a corpse nailed to a ceiling, a car chase and shootout in a public place with apparently no interest whatsoever by the local police, an experienced law enforcement officer who neglects to bring back-up to a meeting sure to turn lethal, a woman who finds Schwarzenegger enthralling. He isn’t, and neither is this movie.
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t’s more a botched Ayer movie than a retro Arnie adventure, but there are elements of both dragging this down. Extreme, graphic violence and a serious anti-law enforcement ethos mixed with flippant gun slingers executing bad guys and dropping the occasional bystander, giving more thought to their “zingers” than the body count.
“Clean-up on aisle three!”
“Sabotage” makes you wonder, with nothing but flop star vehicles made for smaller and smaller studios since he turned 65, when this worn out Austrian war horse will be put out to pasture... See Full Review