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Sabotage 2014

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Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the commander of a DEA task force in this action thriller from director David Ayer. A close-knit group of DEA agents, led by John 'Breacher' Wharton (Schwarzenegger), raids a drug cartel safe house which results in the arrest of a major crime lord and the discovery of a large stash of money. When ten million dollars of the cash disappears the task force falls under suspicion and John realises one of his agents might be responsible. The cartel begin to kill off the team one by one and the situation becomes even more tense when John's family are kidnapped. Can he bring down the cartel and save his family? The cast also includes Sam Worthington, Olivia Williams, Mireille Enos, Josh Holloway and Joe Manganiello.

Starring:
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terrence Howard
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DVD, Blu-ray

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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 49 minutes
Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terrence Howard, Sam Worthington
Director David Ayer
Genres Drama
Studio Elevation Sales
Rental release 15 September 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 49 minutes
Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terrence Howard, Sam Worthington
Director David Ayer
Genres Drama
Studio Elevation Sales
Rental release 15 September 2014
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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Enforcement Officer 'John 'Breacher' Wharton' (Arnie) leads a 'DEA' unit on a bust of a high profile Drug Cartels
heavily guarded 'Safe' house.
The team during the OP' try to take a cut of the pallet of money stashed within the property, however when they
come to collect, it appears that they have been double-crossed.
The OP' itself seemed to have been successful in closing the cartels operation down, however, there is a matter
of Ten Million Dollars that has gone missing.
The Team are closed down while an investigation is conducted by the agency, however after six months of drawing
a blank, the team are reinstated.
Members of the team start dying, violently, trust between the once close unit begins to fragment, they begin to suspect
each other, could it be that the cartel are after them ?
Meanwhile the police are conducting an investigation into the deaths of the team members led by 'Caroline' a Sergeant,
she finds the remaining members of the team uncooperative, however she needs to find out what is going on.
The big questions that remain unanswered include,
Who's got the money ?
Who's doing the killing ?
It seems that 'John' needs to resolve the issues his way, will the Sergeant allow him the space to do so ?
There are many good and often graphic action sequences along the way, as the film reaches it's conclusions a
decent chase and gun-fight sequence and finally leading to the films bloody conclusion.
The film should content the many 'Arnie' fans.
Also among the cast - 'Sam Worthington' 'Terrence Howard' 'Kevin Vance' 'Olivia Williams' and 'Joe Manganiello'

Well worth a spin.
Special Features -
* Alternate Ending
* Deleted Scenes
* Making Sabotage
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Breacher (Arnold Schwarzenegger) leads a group of DEA special ops who skim . On a big bust, they hide the money, only to discover it is missing when they go back for it. They end up in an internal investigation that gets dismissed. The group gets reinstated, but are now getting picked off one by one. Caroline (Olivia Williams) is an Atlanta City detective investigating the murders of this tight knit "family".

This is a "B" action/crime film. The whodunit plot I had pretty well figured out by the second kill. Our stars did not dazzle. No lines to take away. Arnold was rather dull and lifeless sitting on his rump, smoking a cigar. The film had some good action scenes, unfortunately the filler scenes didn't quite make it.

Makes for a good action rental. 3 1/2 stars

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (stripper + brief Olivia Williams)
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Of all of the Arnie films which have been released since The Governator stepped down, Sabotage is by far the most violent. The deaths, of which there are many, are realistic and grim, bloody and remorseless. Bystanders and main characters all meet their doom without fanfare, most of the main crew are unlikeable, and you should not expect a happy tale of ending like most of the classics from Arnie’s catalogue. Ayer brings the realism and a well-written script from a dialogue perspective, but the story is uneven, and the characters have essentially no room for growth; these are grunts only good for firing or being filled with bullets.
The film begins with a full-throttle, full-blooded drug heist. Immediately we see that the action movie of today is much more grounded in ‘realism’ than previous decades – the group attacks like a group, using tactics and planning that the writers have pulled from real world scenarios, rather than John Woo or Commando attacks. Our group are part of the DEA, but it transpires that they have plotted to wipe out the bad guys, burn most of the money, and keep $10 million for themselves. However, someone double crosses them and their money is lost, setting the rest of the plot in motion. There is intrigue, mistrust, fragile brotherhood, paranoia, and a lot of bloodshed as the group tries to cover their own tracks while investigating who stole their money – the tension heightened when they begin to get picked off.
As an action film, the movie ticks all the boxes – the gunfights are varied, realistic, and exciting – well-executed and convincing, and with a trilling car chase conclusion. The plot as a whole is fine, offering a number of twists and plenty of funny dialogue.
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i liked this, it isnt brilliant perhaps but its good,borderline very good in fact. The violence is big and bold and bloody and thats what made arnie. so were expendables is lacking that , this will give you what you want, provided that is what you want. There is a half decent plot also and while arnie never really excels he is always watchable and the undercast do their bit well enough for me. I would recommend this to those who like silly enough films with some nice carnage akin to some of arnies 80s films.
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An ols looking Arnold stars in this gritty thriller about a gang of DEA agen5s on the takel attempting to steal 10 million bucks from a drug cartel.

The money goes missing and members of the team sta4t showing up dead.

Que lots of double cross and blame amongst them as to who is responsible.

This is violent and rather straight forward film making but packs a punch in gritty action scenes.

Not a classic, but very watchable, even if the sometimes macho script sounds to cliched.
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