BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
In case you didn't already realize, 2014 was a pretty damn good year for crime movies - and for proof of that fact, you need look no further than the latest supercut that has come across our desk.
Just when I’m overdoing it a bit with my t-shirt out on the deck this past weekend because the temperature had finally climbed above 55 degrees, I hear it’s going to snow this week! Come on world. At least there are some decent flicks starting to pop up to offer some relief. This week we’ve got floods and drug cartels.
March is the month where both Hollywood and the indie circuit really kick into high gear, parading out big budget spectacles, quirky comedies, action romps and yes, even a Tyler Perry movie.
You can’t miss Arnold in the clips. But did you recognize Avatar star Sam Worthington in that TV spot? He’s sporting an insanely crazy new look. And Mireille Enos is positively bad-ass in this spot.
The new movie follows the members of an elite DEA task force who not only have an exceptional work record together, but have bonded together like a family. The story begins as the unit makes one of the biggest busts of their career, taking not only a leader of the cartel into custody, but also hundreds of millions of dollars.
Open Road just announced that, damn the torpedoes, we’re gonna get to see Sabotage two weeks early: the action picture is not set to open on March 28th, instead of the original slated date of April 11th. No statement was released by Open Road, though it seems like they think that date was going to be crowded.
Usually when a high profile release puts out a second trailer, it’s evident that someone involved in the film’s marketing took the time to make sure it has a personality all on its own and doesn’t just retread all the same footage and dialogue as the first one.
This peek promises us Arnold leading a collection of heavily-armed toughies, almost all getting above-the-title placement. Have you ever seen Olivia Williams look so hard? No. No you have not.
Based on a screenplay by Skip Woods, whose track record includes worrisome titles like X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and A Good Day To Die Hard, Sabotage follows the team members of a elite DEA task force. The group works like a family and as a result they have had a great deal of success together. Things start getting really dangerous, however, when the team takes out a drug cartel safe house and finds a large stash of cash.