S.W.A.T.

Predictably brash big-screen version of unremarkable '70s TV show, with Samuel L Jackson knocking a rogue SWAT team into shape and making unlikely heroes of them. There's more gunfire than dialogue, so Jackson isn't asked to do more than shout a lot, while Colin Farrell squints manfully and kills everyone in sight.

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Predictably brash big-screen version of unremarkable ’70s TV show, with Samuel L Jackson knocking a rogue SWAT team into shape and making unlikely heroes of them. There’s more gunfire than dialogue, so Jackson isn’t asked to do more than shout a lot, while Colin Farrell squints manfully and kills everyone in sight.

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