S.W.A.T.
S.W.A.T.

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Certificate: 12A | Released: 2003 | Duration: 1 hr 52 mins | Director: Clark Johnson | Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment | Genres: Thriller - Action/Adventure

A movie adaptation of the 1970s television series, this is the story of Jim Street, a special tactics team member. Street is demoted after his partner shot dead a hostage but he is given another chance to prove himself...

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A movie adaptation of the 1970s television series, this is the story of Jim Street, a special tactics team member. Street is demoted after his partner shot dead a hostage but he is given another chance to prove himself...

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Washington Post - 7.0/10 by Michael O'Sullivan Offers up the kind of pleasures that only a summer movie can...The cast is good-looking, the soundtrack is loud, the plot is stupid.
New York Daily News - 6.3/10 by Jack Mathews The standout in the cast is James Todd Smith, whose acting talent may soon persuade him to shed his adolescent stage name of LL Cool J and concentrate on mainstream film roles.
Entertainment Weekly - 7.5/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum Aware of its own cuteness because the dialogue plays by the rules of meta-entertainment.
Film Threat - 8.0/10 by Kevin Carr One of those guilty pleasures of the summer. It’s also one of those action movies that could have been ruined if Jerry Bruckheimer had taken charge of it.
Washington Post - 7.0/10 by Stephen Hunter While the movie is stupid, it is -- hooray, and let's put this in all the national ads! -- not appallingly stupid.
Chicago Sun-Times - 7.5/10 by Roger Ebert One of the best cop thrillers since "Training Day."
Charlotte Observer - 6.3/10 by Lawrence Toppman The strongest parts of the film aren't these money shots, but the buildup to the gunplay.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 7.5/10 by Steven Rea Directed by Clark Johnson in an efficient and occasionally exhilarating style that points to the Emmy-winner's TV cop-show pedigree ("Homicide," "The Wire," "NYPD Blue").

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