And Then There Was Schwarzenegger: The Sabotage Red Band Trailer Spews Blood, Bullets and All the F*cks

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And Then There Was Schwarzenegger: The Sabotage Red Band Trailer Spews Blood, Bullets and All the F*cks

By Cindy Davis | Trailers | February 8, 2014 | Comments ()


Ahnuld is not messing around with his comeback, y’all. The former Governator makes his return to action in David Ayer’s (End of Watch, Training Day) latest, starring as Drug Enforcement Agency team leader John “Breacher” Wharton. Loosely based on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, the film centers on a cartel safe house bust during which Breacher and Co. also steal a shitload of money—and after which, the team members start dying off one by one. The film boasts a pretty awesome cast, including Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Olivia Williams, Martin Donovan, Josh Holloway, Joe Manganiello, Mireille Enos, Harold Perrineau, Max Martini and Gary Grubs, and if you like action, guns, blood, boobs and cussing, this is your lucky day.

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  • Irina

    I wanna know what focus group decided it was a good idea to make Sam Worthington look like Til Schweiger in "King Arthur".
    So I can buy everyone a beer. That's the best laugh I've had in years.

  • Fabius_Maximus

    It was the Nihilists.

  • bleujayone

    So his name is "Breacher", huh? Anyone thinking this is a slight jab at a certain diminutive batshit actor who played a similarly-named character more physically akin to Schwarzenegger than him?

  • PDamian

    I always find myself wondering why Schwarznegger plays characters with Anglo-Saxon names when his accent remains so strongly German/Austrian. And then I find myself inventing elaborate backstories for his character, like: his dad was an American serviceman at a base in Germany and his mother a comely young fraulein, and the serviceman died and his son was raised in Germany, but retained American citizenship; or, he was born in the States to an English-American man and an Austrian-American woman, and they both die in a car crash when he's a baby and he gets sent to Austria to live with distant relatives but comes back to the States when he's grown. Of course, by the time I finish fantasizing, the movie's almost over and I missed most of it. Oh, well.

  • bleujayone

    40+ years living in the States as both an actor and a politician, and he still sounds like he just fell off the back of the schnitzel wagon. I think he's kept the accent as strong as it is because it's very much part of his personal brand by now. To hear him in anything other than the Austrian accent would probably be unnerving for people after all this time. There have been many other foreign actors who have not only mastered learning the language but the accent as well within a handful of years even without immersion. I picture him around his house sounding very much Southern Californian with just a tinge of guttural Germanic tones heard whenever the dog is caught in the garbage and switching back to his trademark sound whenever he goes outside.

  • Alicia

    In "Kindergarten Cop", his partner in crimefighting poses as his sister and mimics his accent. As far as I can recall, that and "Red Heat" are the only movies where he played a European character. (But he still had an English surname in that movie, for some reason.)

  • BlackRabbit

    *Ahem*. Attention all y'all, it's sabotage.

    C'mon, I can't be the only one to think it.

  • Barry

    This could be interesting but describing Worthington, Howard, and Manganiello as "awesome" is stretching it a bit. I'm not writing it off, though.

  • Evolve Today

    Every time I see a trailer for this I can't help but think it looks terrible. But I liked Training Day, and loved End of Watch so I gotta just wait and see.

  • Lloyd_The_Bartender

    i'm starting to think this Ayer guy has an unhealthy obsession/broner for cops, dea agents and the like.
    it's a little disturbing.
    but not as disturbing as Joe Manganiello in corn rows ...

  • Finance_Nerd

    Where are the puns?! There has to be puns in an Ah-nuld movie:

    "You like crack, try this." (snaps neck)

    (Shoots drug dealer smoking pot) "I guess that makes me a weed whacker."

    (Throws villain off roof. Shrugs) "I thought he wanted to get high."

    "I'm with the DEA. You're with the D-E-A-D." (Shoots bad guy).

    "You like smoking?" (Shoots bad guy). "Now you're smoked."
    (Alternate killing style: he sets him on fire)

    "You're in the cartel? You're going to car-hell." (Runs over meth dealer)

  • Gavin Smith

    Not enough guns.

  • Wait, THAT was Sam Worthington? The bald looks-like-he-has-actual-personality looking dude? Jeez.

  • Ruthie O

    What an absurd world we live in, where the man starring in this movie is also the man who signed my college diploma.

  • Blake Shrapnel

    This looks terrible. I want to watch it twice.

  • BobbFrapples

    Nope. Arnold, Worthington, the guy they immediately replaced in Iron Man, and the woman from The Killing? My gut says train wreck. (Aside from the one in the trailer.)

  • Bad Superman

    My brain says you're wrong. I'm betting this is the best latter career Schwarzenegger movie so far. Admittedly that's not saying much, but this has a good cast and a good writer/director in David Ayer.

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