"The daughter of ex-cop Phil Broker and ex-army major/anti-terrorist operative Nina Pryce, Kit Broker is no ordinary eight-year-old. She has seen more — and survived more — than most grown-ups. And now she has inadvertently invited a nightmare into the lives of those she loves.
Phil Broker and his family moved to tiny Glacier Falls, Minnesota, to heal from the psychological wounds they received while helping to avert an inhuman act of terror. But young Kit chose the wrong adversary when she triumphed over local schoolyard bully Teddy Klumpe — for the boy’s disreputable clan does unholy business from the darkest shadows of their small town . . . and they do not forgive. What begins as a minor feud between neighbors quickly escalates into a major offensive of intimidation, destruction, fear . . . and death. And the worst is yet to come — because terror has come home."
The film stars
Jason Statham as Phil Broker
James Franco as Gator
Rachelle Lefevre as Susan Hatch
Winona Ryder as Sheryl Mott
We are sad to report that Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'Sabotage' has been pushed back from January 24th to April 11th.
The new release date is listed on openroadfilms.com
We also have some new twitter feedback for the film,
"Just saw my first Nielsen advance screening for SABOTAGE directed by David Ayer and starring Schwarzenegger & Worthington. Good, but flawed.
The pacing in the middle. Good, darker role for Arnold though. Movie reminded me of Ayer's STREET KINGS"
"Sabotage was so sick, you gotta see it wen it comes !!!"
"Watched a sneak preview of Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie: Sabotage (2014) [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1742334/ … #IMDb] I really liked/recommend it."
"I'm a fan of his(Arnold) and I think it will test well. It was a good solid movie."
"It moved really well. the pacing was good."
"Just saw a private showing for sabotage and it was a f**k**g wonderful movie!"
The Guardian writes that Ford was threatened with deportation in Indonesia due to an interview he had with the forestry minister about climate change and illegal logging. You can read their article directly by clicking here or look below,
"The Hollywood actor Harrison Ford has been accused of "harassing state institutions" in Indonesia and threatened with deportation after allegedly confronting a minister during an interview about illegal logging and climate change.
The forestry minister, Zulkifi Hasan, said he was left shocked by Ford's emotionally charged interview techniques and complained there was no time to go over the questions before filming began, local media reported. "I suddenly had my face made up and was then interviewed," Hasan told the state news agency Antara. "I was given a chance to make only one or two comments."
The Star Wars actor has been in Indonesia filming an episode for the climate change documentary series Years of Living Dangerously, which will air on the US television network Showtime in April 2014 and feature Matt Damon and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Ford, 71, travelled to locations around the country to interview Indonesian activists and officials, including the president, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, on issues including forest fires, peatland conservation and palm oil plantations.
But the forestry minister was so angered by his interview with Ford that he threatened to have the actor deported, despite the fact that Ford was due to leave on Tuesday anyway. "There's no privilege for him although he is a great actor," the presidential spokesman Andi Arief said. "His crew and those who were helping him in Indonesia must be questioned to find out their motives for harassing a state institution." He added: "If necessary, we will deport him.
The minister said he told Ford that illegal logging was a complicated issue in Indonesia and required a more varied approach to stem it than simple force.
Up to 15% of all the world's known plant, mammal and bird species reside in Indonesia's 17,000 islands, according to Greenpeace. Yet huge swaths of Indonesia's rainforests and peatlands have been cleared for palm oil and paper plantations, with additional concessions granted for mining and agricultural purposes.
Palm oil concessions sprawl across some 11m hectares in Indonesia, primarily in Sumatra and Kalimantan, figures from the US Foreign Agricultural Service show, with production since 2011 up 26% from the previous 10 years.
Yudhoyono, Indonesia's president, was forced to apologise earlier this year after forest fires, set by plantation farmers in Sumatra to clear land, led to Singapore's worst environmental crisis in 10 years and forced 200 schools to close in Malaysia.
Officials maintain, however, that the government is doing what it can to tackle climate change and deforestation, and Yudhoyono reportedly told Ford in their meeting on Tuesday: "We're trying to crack down on improprieties [like illegal logging] and we will be strict about it."
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