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S.W.A.T. (Widescreen Special Edition) (Bilingual)

Samuel L. Jackson , Colin Farrell , Clark Johnson    DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing popcorn flick Feb. 2 2013
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Okay summer popcorn type flick. The ending left me feeling disappointed as I expected a bit more from Colin Farrell's character than what we got.
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1.0 out of 5 stars No improvement on the TV series Feb. 8 2004
By Robert
Since Samuel L Jackson was in this film I gave it a chance. My mistake.
I want the 117 minutes of my life back that I wasted on this film.
I guess I can't get that refund I did watch the whole thing. But I kept thinking this will get better and it never does.
Almost none existant plot, silly action scenes.
I would never recommend this to anyone.
If you think I'm off the mark, look at how many used copies of this dvd are for sale, and the low price they are going for. Good movies hold their value.
If you have to see this thing rent it, cut your losses.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stinks!!!!! Jan. 5 2004
By Robert
I'd like to say I was disappointed by this film, but I was pretty sure hollywood wouldn't be able to do this film without turning it into a phony macho excerise in bad story telling. No, wait there was no real story. The film was just a frame work to hang a story about a bunch over hammy macho acting on. I'm really disappointed in Samuel L Jackson for added his considerable reputation to this piece of dreck.
I do recommend this film if you let you 13 year olds watch a fim with this rating.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome July 22 2014
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Loved it and now I have both swats.
It came early and in great condition thanks :)
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1.0 out of 5 stars One of the worst movies ever. Feb. 1 2004
I'm pretty forgiving when it comes to blockbuster summer movies. I don't expect the greatest scripts or characters or plot, I just want to be entertained. SWAT let me down on all accounts and was practically begging for me to see its many flaws.
The movie is good at the beginning, though. It opens with bank robbers taking hostages and the SWAT team moving in and taking out the robbers one by one. Colin Ferrel's character disobeys orders but turns on his partner in order to stay on the SWAT team. Then the movie begins and that's when it breaks down.
Samuel L Jackson arrives on the scene as a supposed ex-SWAT member who is brought back to restore dignity to the LAPD. All this is covered in one line uttered by Jackson's superior, who happens to hate him and hopes he fails. I have no clue why a separate SWAT team was needed to be formed when the regular SWAT team seemed to be functioning quite well.
Jackson is allowed to choose his own team and much is made in the movie of him choosing each member. Jackson's superior warns that if Jackson picks the wrong team, it'll end his career.
The middle of the movie involves the training of the team. On the way home from training, they stumble on a worldwide fugitive. Through a forced and unbelievable plot, it becomes Jackson's young, inexperienced SWAT team's responsibility to transport the prisoner. Here's where I started having doubts.
The extended climax of the movie involves Jackson, Ferrell, Michelle Rodriquez and LL Cool J trying to transport the prisoner while all types of thugs try to break him free.
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3.0 out of 5 stars entertaining popcorn movie fills the gap (3.5/5) Aug. 21 2007
By falcon
this is an entertaining movie,though there's not a lot of depth to
it.it's not what i would call great by any stretch.i don't think it's
too original either,but then again in today's movie climate,what movie
is?if it's not a remake,it's a sequel.in this case,it's a remake of a
bad 1970 TV series.watching it won't make you feel any different than
if you hadn't watched it.there's no lack of action and the characters
are decent enough,though no one really stands out.as far as popcorn
movies go,this one fills the gap for 117 minutes,but won't likely
leave much of an impact when finished.you could do a lot worse than
"S.W.A.T" to kill some time.just don't expect too much realism or
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By A Customer
I skipped this one in theater because it looked cheesy and man is it ever. Colin Farrel and Sam Jackson's talents are wasted in this mess of an action movie and the dialogue and realism of SWAT is below-average at very best. Don't even rent this stinker, catch it on cable for free.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Slickly produced mainstream action fluff July 18 2004
Based on the 70's cop drama TV show, S.W.A.T. is pure slickly produced mainstream action fluff of the highest degree. Beginning with a rebellious and disgraced SWAT member (Colin Farrell) who is picked to join a new squad (which includes Michelle Rodriguez, LL Cool J, Brian Van Holt, and Josh Charles) by a fresh out of retirement sergeant (Samuel L. Jackson). Soon afterward, the head of a European drug cartel (Unfaithful's Oliver Martinez) is captured and offers 100 million dollars to whoever breaks him out of prison, and the crew ends up having their hands full when anyone and everyone comes out of the woodwork to claim the bounty. The film looks great and his some great action scenes, and the cast is nicely assembled, but it's an ultimately shallow experience. If you're a mainstream action fan, this is worth a look, but there's better, more character driven action films out there that are more than worth your time.
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