SWAT: FirefightClosed Captioning
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Los Angeles S.W.A.T. officer, Lt. Paul Cutler (Macht), is sent to train the Detroit S.W.A.T. team on new anti-terrorism and homeland security techniques. Cutler has a hard time settling into his assignment as he locks horns with his new captain and encounters resistance from the team he must lead. Cutler begins to adjust to his new assignment, starting a budding romance with police psychologist Kim Byers (Pope) along the way. Unexpectedly, a routine hostage call turns deadly, and a relentless ex-government agent named Walter Hatch (Patrick) vows revenge on Cutler and the entire S.W.A.T. team for killing the woman he loves. Cutler must use his considerable S.W.A.T. training and knowledge to save his teammates and defeat a trained killer. The film also stars Giancarlo Esposito as Cutler's reluctant Detroit S.W.A.T. team leader.
Very painful to watch...
The acting is horrific and the whole plot is predictable and bland. I still cant believe I sat there and continued to watch it. Not worth it. do not watch.
The worst film ever made.
This film is garbage! How can some of these actors even think of doing this script. Swat .....the director, editor, screenwriter, oh the whole damn lot. This is one of the greatest insults to L.A.P.D. S.W.A.T. and Detroit S.W.A.T teams ever, ever made. Don't rent. Don't buy ever. A total waste of money and time. And a really DUMB story. One star is too much.
This had to be the worst movie I have seen in a very long time. The acting was out of post midnight Cinemax B grade movie. The irony of it being about SWAT and actors constantly having fingers on triggers and muzzle sweeping each other was amazing. I really cant believe I spent 40 minutes on that movie. Just plain bad.