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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"). Read full review
One of the best cop thrillers since "Training Day." Read full review
Aware of its own cuteness because the dialogue plays by the rules of meta-entertainment. Read full review
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. Read full review
Those who love police overkill, guns, jingoistic race-baiting, guns, macho smugness, and guns will be well served.
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What we have here is a model for the paint-by-numbers, perfectly generic, proudly soulless summer action flick. An original idea would die for lack of oxygen in S.W.A.T. Read full review
By the time you've given up guessing whether S.W.A.T. wants to be a half-serious action pic or just affably jokey, its storytelling has turned so ludicrously melodramatic that it doesn't matter.
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Noisy, standard-issue cop actioner. Read full review
SWAT is better than "Gigli," but so is most outpatient surgery. Read full review
Looks like the deformed spawn of a development process gone awry. Read full review
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