A group of eccentric assassins are fed up with Gunther, the world's greatest hitman, and decide to kill him, but their plan turns into a series of bungled encounters as Gunther seems to always be one step ahead.
Dave 'Squatch' Ward,
An elite DEA team raids the safe house of a drug cartel and hide $10 million in the plumbing. When they go back to retrieve the money it is not there. The team is under investigation for the missing $10 million. Then after a couple months the investigation is lifted. The team trains together again and then celebrates at a strip club. Then one of the team is murdered. He wakes up in his RV on railroad tracks. Then a second team member is nailed to the ceiling. The third team member is gunned down at his remote cabin. There is a female City of Atlanta investigator in charge of the murders. After investigating the cartel angle, the twisted truth comes to light.
The word 'sabotage' comes from the French word 'sabot' which means 'wooden shoe'. Poor French workers wore these during the Industrial Revolution (mid 1800's). These workers were often replaced by machines, losing their jobs. They threw their wooden shoes into the machines, rendering the machines useless and thereby getting the workers their jobs back. So sabotage is the deliberate action aimed at destruction. See more »
The team were asked where was the missing $10 million after the entire block of money was blown to kingdom come. No one in the entire world would know after such a devastation that there was any money missing because it was all destroyed and burned to ashes. The makers of the movie obviously didn't think this huge plot-hole through properly. See more »
The only thing anyone in law enforcement has is their credibility. It's like virginity. Once it's gone, it's gone forever.
When did you lose yours?
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For the release in Germany, 2 versions were released on Blu-ray: a 16 rated version and an 18 rated version. 3 minutes and 29 seconds were cut. See more »
Written by John-Michael Hakim, Byron Michael Fairley, Quantrez D. Williams
Performed by B Boy featuring Ca$h Out
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This kind of movie is David Ayer's bread & butter, and he has a good cast to work with including Schwarzenegger, Worthington, Howard and Enos. The problem is that the script isn't tight enough and I didn't believe some of the actions of the characters. Worth a watch if you are fans of the genre or the actors, otherwise skip it.
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