Sabotage movie trailer
Sabotage Movie Trailer¬†Cast and Crew:
Directed by: David Ayer
Produced by:¬†Bill Block,¬†David Ayer,¬†Ethan Smith,¬†Paul Hanson,¬†Palek Patel
Written by:¬†Skip Woods,¬†David Ayer
Movie Stars:¬†Arnold Schwarzenegger,¬†Sam Worthington,¬†Olivia Williams,¬†Terrence Howard,¬†Joe Manganiello,¬†Harold Perrineau,¬†Martin Donovan,¬†Max Martini,¬†Josh Holloway,¬†Mireille Enos
Music by: David Sardy
Cinematography by: Bruce McCleery
Edited by: Dody Dorn
Sabotage Production Companies:¬†Albert S. Ruddy Productions,¬†Crave Films,¬†QED International,¬†Roth Films
Distributed by:¬†Open Road Films,¬†Universal Pictures
Release dates:¬†March 19, 2014 (Los Angeles),¬†March 28, 2014 (United States)
Running time: 109 minutes
Country: United States
Budget: $35 million
Box office: $17.5‚Äď18.4 million
Sabotage Digital and Blu-Ray Release
Digital HD Release Date: July 8, 2014
Blu-Ray/DVD Release Date:¬†¬†July 22, 2014
Sabotage Blu-Ray Price: $9.95
The Sabotage Blu-ray Combo Pack includes a Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD with UltraViolet
Bonus Features (Blu-Ray and DVD):
¬∑¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Making Sabotage ‚Äď a behind-the-scenes look at the production
¬∑¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Alternate Endings
¬∑¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Deleted Scenes
Sabotage Movie Trailer¬†Plot Synopsis:
John “Breacher” Wharton (Arnold Schwarzenegger) leads an elite DEA task force¬†on¬†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 that they seized for themselves. They think their work is done until, one-by-one, the team is¬†mysteriously killed and¬†everyone becomes a suspect.
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Fun Facts About Sabotage:
- Sabotage is loosely based on the classic Agatha Christie’s novel And Then There Were None¬†
- Filming of Sabotage only lasted three months, starting in October 12th, 2012 and ending in December 13th, 2012
- The film¬†was initially entitled Ten.¬†It was retitled Breacher before settling on¬†Sabotage
- The first movie poster for Sabotage promoted¬†an incorrect release date of April 11th, 2014
- The Sabotage movie trailer¬†is¬†highly praised, but reviewers¬†are¬†critical of¬†the film being¬†completely different to how it¬†has been¬†advertised¬†to audiences
- Most critics praise Schwarzenegger’s performance, but dislike the film
- Despite the Sabotage¬†movie trailer having good reviews, the film had the worst opening weekend for Schwarzenegger in over thirty years
- Sabotage only grossed $18.4 million at the box office – $10.5 million in¬†the USA
- Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joe Manganiello promoted Sabotage¬†on WWE Raw (March 24th, 2014) by joining¬†forces with Hulk Hogan to face The Miz
- QED International laid off five employees and a junior lawyer after Sabotage failed at the box-office
Sabotage Deleted Scenes and Alternate Ending
The majority of the deleted scenes for Sabotage feature the character Caroline¬†Brentwood.¬†(played by Olivia Williams) However, the two alternate endings are¬†arguably more interesting as they a¬†gritty, non-satisfying conclusion to the film.
- Caroline Questions Joe John (2:18): Caroline and Jackson arrive at the trailer of the parents of missing girl. ¬†Her father argues that they are not doing enough.
- Search For Dakota (0:38): Police search in a field for missing girl, a local finds a dog’s skull.
- Joe John Threatens Caroline: (0:36) The father of the missing girl has a minor¬†argument with Caroline
- Condom Flush (0:56): Caroline, in bed with Breacher, enters bathroom and flushes condom
- Lizzy And Sugar Kidnap Civilian (01:52): A scene with Lizzy and Sugar getting high in a bedroom, then kidnapping a civilian on the highway at gunpoint
- Caroline Searches For Bodies (0:36): Caroline finds three bodies wrapped in chicken wire at the bottom of a lake
- Dakota Case Solved (2:38): Caroline solves the Dakota case, finds body of little girl in woods
- Caroline And Jackson Find The Money (7:04): This scene leads into the main alternate ending and is basically an extension of it. ¬†Caroline and Breacher apprehend Lizzy, who confesses. ¬†Breacher shoots Lizzy before she can reveal more and Caroline becomes aware that Breacher is behind the killings. Breacher slips away undetected. ¬†Caroline and Jackson then head to the lake to retrieve the money. Breacher shows up, stabs Jackson and begins fighting Caroline in the water.
- Alternate Ending 1 (08:59)
Breacher and Caroline continue to brawl in the water, Breacher attempts to drown Caroline, but she¬†escapes. As Breacher attempts to leave with the money he’s confronted by two squad cars. ¬†He kills one cop in the first car, then dashes onto the roof of the second car. ¬†One cop shoots through the roof, hitting Breacher in the foot. ¬†Breacher unloads his shotgun through the roof of the car, killing both cops and exploding blood all over the windscreen. Breacher hobbles to his car and prepares to flee. ¬†Caroline appears and holds him at gunpoint¬†and as¬†Breacher tries to draw on her, he’s shot¬†15 times.
- Alternate Ending 2 (02:04)
As¬†Breacher attempts to flee in his car,¬†Caroline pulls¬†a gun on him. ¬†Breacher talks to her, getting inside her head and then shoots her, killing her. Breacher leaves with the money.
Sabotage Movie Reviews:
Under most circumstances, I don’t have a problem with extreme violence in a film as long as it can be artistically justified but it is laid on too thick this time around and grows very tiresome in no time at all. In other words, ¬†Sabotage is a film that is a bloody bore in every sense of the word.
Peter Sobczynski¬†– Roger Erbert
Sabotage has some entertainment value. The action sequences have a visceral feel to them even if they are more Woods-ian than Ayer-like, and the cast, while mostly wasted, offer some fun as they flop around out of their element. If your sole requirement for a ‚Äúgood‚ÄĚ Schwarzenegger film is bullets, blood, and cigar smoke then head out to the theater now as this is the movie for you. If you require even a little bit more than that though I suggest waiting three months for the home video.
Film School Rejects
The way it handles its women is indicative of Sabotage¬†as a whole; it’s unapologetic and offers no comfort. It ends on a down note and once the smoke has cleared I was unsure whether or not it was even “fun.” It’s not boring, I’ll admit, and I still walk away from it thinking there’s something commendable in its coarseness. Then again, that may say something about me more than it does the film.
Eric Walkuski – JoBlo