Sabotage, English Hollywood Film Movie review, Johnson Thomas, Rating: * *

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English Film review
Johnson Thomas
Film: Sabotage : Sporadic action nut lacking in tension

Jo Manganiello, Josh Holloway, Max Martini, Kevin Vance, Mireille Enos
Director: David Ayer

Rating: *  *

The story is simple. Members of an elite DEA anti-trafficking task force find themselves being taken down one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house.

There’s not much to it in terms of plot but the investigations and counter investigations that follow leading up to the urban shoot-outs does add up to some adrenaline rush. Unfortunately nothing is consistent here. The screenplay is pretty much confused and confusing. The characters have no clear background and the performances are too wooden to cover up for any shtick. The actors don’t have much to do other than look brawny, dirty , do some chase sequences and belt out some bullets. In that sense this one is a routine affair. There’s nothing exemplary here. The treatment is also quite inconsistent. The pace lags when the narrative fails to maintain a direct absorbing connect. The action is sporadic and there’s not much tension either. So the experience is quite simply Listless!


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