In "Sabotage", Arnold Schwarzenegger leads an elite DEA task force that takes on the world's deadliest drug cartels. When the team successfully executes a high-stakes raid on a cartel safe house, they think their work is done - until, one-by-one, the team members mysteriously start to be eliminated. As the body count rises, everyone is a suspect.

Members of an elite DEA task force find themselves being taken down one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house. There is a female City of Atlanta investigator in charge of the murders. After investigating the cartel angle, the twisted truth comes to light. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sabotage torrent reviews

Shep G (fr) wrote: Now streaming on Netflix!!

Adriano B (ca) wrote: It starts like a mildly unsettling spy-story where the usual good guys and bad guys roles are exchanged, but the interesting main twist of a prodigious blind talent capable of hear and decode secret transmission make you dugest it... until the end, where real propaganda ruin everything and leave subtext and subtelity shattered more than your every terrorist can ever do.

Seba O (ag) wrote: De lo bueno del cine chileno

Michael B (au) wrote: I do not lie when I say this is the worst movie I've ever seen. There's barely enough bad parts that are funny to make me finish watching it without contemplating suicide.

Brian C (gb) wrote: One of my favourite 'realistic' horror movies made. It really shoudl be rented as opposed to seen in the theatre. The movie is narrated by Max, who gives his thoughts as he really kills people for his 'last horror movie'. Excellent script...brilliantly acted by Kevin Howarth, and very well shot. It feels real. And you can't help but like Max...he just exudes charisma, despite being so psychopathic. I can't rave about this movie enough.

Ross E (es) wrote: a modern Full Metal Cool Hand

Deltrice F (ca) wrote: I couldn't stay awake through the movie so I fast forwarded to the end and realized that nothing actually happened in this movie.

Joshua T (mx) wrote: Stunning. Simply stunning!

Geoff H (ca) wrote: Fantastic film! Beautiful to look at, great performances and the oddest set to behold! Loved it.

Jacklord Alan K (ca) wrote: Now this is amazing!

Jitendra M (us) wrote: great music. Golden Days of Amitabh. Kabke bichhde huye hum aaj kahan aa ke mile. Great music

Damien S (es) wrote: Tense, frightening and disturbing. It doesn't provide solutions, but it definitely illustrates the struggles middle class faces day in and out. Even though the movie is 35 years old it's just as relevant today.

Jonathan B (it) wrote: The "Souvenir of Stratford-upon-Avon" mug seen in the opening minutes sets the comedic tone of this delightful movie. As the film opens, Shakespeare is in debt, the theatres are in disarray and the playwright has lost his muse. Enter Viola, a young noblewoman who has a romantic heart and love of the theatre. She encounters the young Shakespeare and the two fall in love but she has been betrothed to another by her cash-strapped father and it seems she will soon set sail for the far off Virginia. The skill of this movie is its witty, intelligent script that manages to deliver enough literary in-jokes without them becoming a distraction. Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman also manage to tread a delicate line between Shakespearian tragedy and comedy. Gwyneth Paltrow is breathily fresh as Viola and Joseph Fiennes plays a rascally bard. There are great comic turns from Geoffrey Rush, Imelda Staunton and Tom Wilkinson while Judi Dench makes for a wickedly waspish Elizabeth I. The movie looks sumptuous and elegant and the skills of director John Madden really shine through. This movie won a clutch of awards on its release ensuring it reached a wider audience than the subject would probably have commanded otherwise. Nearly 20 years on, it still works on every level and is a real treat for the movie fan.