More Bodies Hit The Floor In 'Sabotage' Trailer

Looks like 'Predator' with illegal aliens instead of space aliens. Though the hair and makeup departments didn't get the menu that this isn't a Limp Bizkit biopic, Sabotage looks fun. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the leader of a DEA task force whose team comes under fire after money is stolen from a huge cartel bust. This new trailer doesn't really give us anything more except Olivia Williams's really weird accent and the update that the cartel kidnap Schwarzenegger's wife and kid (naturally). Any film with silly, tough guy haircuts also has silly, tough guy nicknames, and online researched has revealed that Sabotage is no exception. Awww. At least give the Stripper a fun name too. Like Boobers or Crabwalk or something.

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