An elite Drug Enforcement Administration task force (led by Arnold Schwarzenegger and including Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard and Mireille Enos) steals $10 million from a drug cartel, but the money disappears, and the other feds no longer trust them, even though they can't prove anything—and now they're being murdered one by one, [[[missing word?]]] the crimes investigated by two local cops (Olivia Williams, Harold Perrineau). David Ayer's movie (written by Skip Woods) opens with a woman being tortured to death—and goes downhill from there. Its only reason for being is apparently blood and guts (literally—it's like watching a snuff movie), and the testosterone is so thick that even the women are macho (except that hapless torture victim). The title is as meaningless as the script: The only things being sabotaged here are everybody's careers.