Sabotage 2014


Directed by


Arnold Schwarzenegger
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Sam Worthington
Sam Worthington
Joe Manganiello
Josh Holloway
Terrence Howard
Max Martini
Kevin Vance
Mark Schlegel
Ned Yousef
Mireille Enos
Maurice Compte
Martin Donovan
Michael Monks
Nick Chacon
Tim Ware
Gary Grubbs
B.J. Winfrey
Kendrick Cross
Hakim Callender
Troy Garity
Morgan Alexandria
Jermaine Holt
Jaime FitzSimons
Everton Lawrence
Neko Parham
Olivia Williams
Harold Perrineau
DeWayne Calhoun
Maia Moss-Fife
Parisa Johnston
Alan C. Gilmer
Emily B. Torres
Catherine Dyer
Patrick Johnson
Jose L. Vasquez
Eddie J. Fernandez
Adrian F. Gonzalez
Jared Woods
Antony Matos
Laurence Chavez
Maya Santandrea
Travis Lee Young
Terry Gragg
Paul Anthony Barreras
Amy Parrish
Elizabeth Davidovich
Andrew Comrie-Picard
Andrew Fincher
Mario Ramirez Reyes
Melissa Martinez
Michelle Alvarado Martins
Jimmy Ortega
Sabrina LeBrun
Luis Moncada
Chris Trouble Delfosse
Carlos Ayala
Daniel Moncada
David Alessi
Sope Aluko
Rus Blackwell
Anthony Boco
Harley Castro
Mike Davidson
Dilsey Davis
Anthony L. Fernandez
Jeff Matthew Glover
Julie Ivey
Andrew R. Kaplan
Angela Kerecz
Scott Ledbetter
Ralf Moeller
James Powell
Jim Recznik
Dave Simmons
Michael J. Walker
Millie Wannamaker
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UK BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
UK release date UK release: 9th May 2014
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £474 Thousand

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