Swordfish Reviews

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October 31, 2018
Swordfish is made with demonstrable skill and enthusiasm, and it's so improbable in its particulars that most viewers in the mood to do so will be able to kick back and enjoy it as shoot-'em-up entertainment.
December 28, 2010
Cool explosions are the best thing here.
July 21, 2009
Good pacing and intriguing characters drive the overflowing testosterone blitz to an above average level of fun.
August 1, 2003
Strap yourself in for the ride and enjoy.
February 8, 2003
November 27, 2001
September 30, 2001
Boasts one of the most impressive scenes of utter destruction in cinematic history to date.
July 27, 2001
Techno tosh, but fitfully great fun all the same.
July 24, 2001
[resea en castellano]
June 25, 2001
Young Matrix-loving males should treasure it while everyone else should be forewarned to check their brains at the door.
June 12, 2001
a testosterone-driven shoot-em-up that relishes scenes of carnal damage much more than the thrill of breaking into a secure network
June 12, 2001
Shows just enough imagination to make it a worthy alternative to much of the Hollywood ka-ka that it condemns.
June 9, 2001
An intriguing script lifts this above most hackneyed, action-adventure fare.
June 8, 2001
[Travolta] is back on his game again as Gabriel, a dark angel of destruction.
June 8, 2001
The action sequences are great and the pacing is so taut that once you're strapped in it's difficult not to go along for the ride.
June 8, 2001
The cast -- primarily John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle and Sam Shepard -- is absolutely first-rate.
June 8, 2001
Far better than your typical, predictable Hollywood shoot-em-up.
June 8, 2001
In spite of its obvious, visible flaws, the movie works viscerally.
June 8, 2001
Like a cigarette, it's damn tasty, full of blistering action and surprisingly sly humor, but not very good for you.
June 8, 2001
It's skillfully mounted and fitfully intriguing.
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