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Hondo Harrelson recruits Jim Street to join an elite unit of the Los Angeles Police Department. Together they seek out more members, including tough Deke Kay and single mom Chris Sanchez. The team's first big assignment is to escort crime boss Alex Montel to prison. It seems routine, but when Montel offers a huge reward to anyone who can break him free, criminals of various stripes step up for the prize.

Movie Data


Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 57m

Budget $80,000,000.00

Revenue $116,643,346.00

Homepage http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/swat/

Release Information

  • August 8, 2003
    PG-13, Theatrical



Featured Review

A review by John Chard

By John Chard

Competent actioner.

S.W.A.T. is neither here nor there, in that if it was made ten years earlier it would in all probability be better thought of. The problem is that there is such a long line of action movies that entertain without pushing the boat out, some, like S.W.A.T., throw a good cast list at it and hope that carries the film through, others just go over the top with the pyrotechnics and think that is job done. Abandon hope of something fresh and exhilaratingly kinetic and S.W.A.T. passes muster.

The plot of S.W.A.T. basically sees Samuel L. Jackson put in charge of a crack team o... read the rest.

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