Both of Sabotage’s prior titles, Ten and Breacher, make more sense than the one it ended up with. Actually, the title is no more nonsensical than the convoluted plot of David Ayer’s gruesome, vulgar, throughly disreputable dirty-cop thriller. It’s only just barely an Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle, which is part of why it’s the most satisfying picture he’s made in 20 years. I reviewed it for The Village Voice.
“Vhat did I tell you about those stupid cornrows!” Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joe Manganiello in Sabotage.