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Swordfish [HD DVD]


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  • Actors: John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle, Sam Shepard
  • Directors: Dominic Sena
  • Writers: Skip Woods
  • Producers: Anson Downes, Bruce Berman, Dan Cracchiolo, Jim Van Wyck, Joel Silver
  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner Bros.
  • Release Date: May 16 2006
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (279 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000E5KJFC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,049 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Swordfish [Hd Dvd]

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SHAWN JAMES on May 18 2004
Format: DVD
Dominic Sena' Swordfish will go down in history as the movie where Halle Berry was topless for the first time onscreen. Sadly, that's the only thing people will ever remember about this awful movie.
Swordfish is supposed to be about this ex-con computer hacker (Hugh Jackman) recruited by Gabriel and Ginger (John Travolta and Halle Berry) to hack into a government computer system and steal billions of dollars in seized drug money. At least that's what the plot is roughly supposed to be. Somewhere after Halle Berry's gratuitous and unnecessary topless scene the plot becomes totally incoherent in its attempts to create twists and turns to shock the viewer. These logic-bending turns make an already weak story turn into a logic defying brain-mushing pile of drivel. There is no structure to the story and how it's set up; the scenes don't come together to make sense or even make a cohesive story. Stuff just happens because the producers wanted car chases, shootouts and explosions in the film even though there's no reason for them to be there. This film is for the short attention span crowd that likes XXX and The Fast and the Furious; trying to figure out why things happened in this mindless movie will give you an aneurysm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christian Pelchat on Feb. 15 2002
Format: DVD
When Ex-Computer Hacker (Hugh Jackman) has been hired by a Mysterious Patroit (John Travolta), who is a Professional Thief. The Hacker has to find a way to steal $10 Billion from the Gouverment of the United States. If the Hacker gets the Job Done, he will get $10 Million and might also has the chance to have his Daughter Back in his life but he has to deal with a FBI Agent (Don Cheadle) and a beautiful attractive Woman (Halle Berry).
Superficial but a fine entertaining Actioner, which is a Surprisngly Smart film with Visual Style and Plot. This film wasn`t a Big Hit as it should in Theaters but it did OK. This movie has plenty of energy to go for with the Slam Bang Thrills. Die-Hard Action Fans will love to see this one. DVD has an Sharp Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1) transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. DVD Extras are:An running Commentary Track with Director:Dominic Seda (Kalifornia), Two Alternate Endings, Behind the Scenes Featurette and More. This is a Clever Action Film. Panavision. Grade:A-.
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Format: Blu-ray
Funny thing is I hate all four of the leads, I loathe Don Cheadle, he is not an actor, never has and never will be, he cannot act and has no charisma or anything at all really. Besides Halle Barry winning an Oscar, along with that white chick from A Different World who won an Oscar, never has someone with so little acting talent to speak of won an Oscar, speaking of women only right now. Cuba Gooding jr also got an undeserved actor based on no talent whatsoever. I have never cared for Halle Berry either, sure she is pretty and so light coloured she barely qualifies as an African American. But clearly she was a pity Oscar so Hollywood can say we're not racist Halle got one lol. What a joke. Travolta and his painted on hair hasn't been good for years so no surprise he is playing one of his stock characters, I have nothing to say about him. I have never liked Jackman, except to say come out already, you're not fooling anyone. I have never been able to sit through this movie cuz it was just so awful and pointless. Dominic Sena directed music videos and it shows. Along with Michael Bay, Sena over uses colour filters so much that there is probably a million different colour filters used in this movie, good grief that does not make a good movie! Or music video. No wonder his career went nowhere after Swordfish, he's just awful.
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Format: DVD
SWORDFISH has everything a good action film should have - explosions, beautiful women, high-tech gadgets, guns, fast cars, spies, and golf. When compared with other Action films of late, SWORDFISH is almost perfect. At no point do you doubt the action authenticity of this film. Probably the only thing that doesn't lend to action legitimacy is the concept of a fairly clever story line with all the little twists and surprises of a classic. Meanwhile, there is also a terrorist element to the film that is guaranteed to make you cringe when put into today's real world perspective.
The Basics: the essential synopsis of SWORDFISH begins almost in reverse with a fantastic hostage scene. Then it clicks back a bit to a computer genius fresh out of Leavenworth who will go straight back to the big house if he even touches a computer. But, he can't resist the enticing messenger sent to drag him back into the techno world of computer thievery. She's offering him money, a chance to be a hacker king again, and most importantly, his little girl. Of course, he has to deal with a madman and his underground, spy network all the while playing a dirty, little cat and mouse game with the FBI, DEA, and all other manner of government what-not. That's the basics.
The Stars: John Travolta (PULP FICTION; STAYIN' ALIVE) does another fantastic job as a madman gone madder, Gabriel. While his work may not be a virtual act of genius (i.e. Kevin Spacey), he does have all it takes to play a variety of roles over large spans of film time and maintain a certain something that keeps him watchable (i.e. Tommy Lee Jones). Travolta has stood the test of time, and SWORDFISH is no different. Even though he's certainly not the good guy, Travolta is smooth, crazy, ingenious, and @$$-kicking throughout the film.
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