By Emerson Gordon | Indiewire February 7, 2014 at 5:17PM
Arnold Schwarzenegger continues his comeback with his latest action pic, "Sabotage."
"Sabotage" is written by Skip Woods and David Ayer ("Training Day," "End of Watch"), and directed by the latter. Sam Worthington and Terrence Howard hold supporting roles as Schwarzenegger leads a team of highly skilled DEA agents who slowly get picked off, one by one, after the $10 million dollar fortune they acquired in a drug bust goes missing.
The red band trailer earns it's red and then some. There's enough violence to satisfy even the most shameless action geek, especially in one satisfying clip of a guy in a trailer stuck on the train tracks as the train speeds towards him. Schwarzenegger delivers his one liners with class and eloquence as he tears through the cartel to find out where his wife is, and who's responsible for killing his men.
"Sabotage" is being distributed by Open Road and QED International. It opens in theaters March 28th, 2014.