By Davis Rivera
After teaming up with the great Kim Jee-woon to bring us 2013′s The Last Stand, Arnold Schwarzenegger fans had reason to celebrate the long-awaited cinematic return of the Austrian Oak. His most recent film Sabotage cannot quite reach those heights but does do the difficult job of obscuring every reasonable thought you might have to leave the theatre and causes you to instead give in to the charms of David Ayer’s grand spectacle of action and implausibility.
Davis Rivera is the recipient of the Marguerite & Otis Walter Scholarship for Excellence in Art History, founded the UArts Literary Society, recently completed a book on the last American auteur, and is working on two films to be released this spring. He lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.